Will anyone challenge Tom Brady and the Bucs?

The logical outcome is that the Buccaneers will jump on this division. The cannons don't match up to the gunpowder on both sides of the ball, so let's keep it 100! Brady breaks Manning's single-season passing yardage record, throws 40 to 45 touchdown passes, and wins another Superbowl. When he adopts the Vin Diesel model, he will be able to achieve success with his colleagues.

The Falcons look like the worst team in the league and are in a position to draft C.J. Stroud or another tall wide receiver.

Matt Rhule busts in Carolina and is fired in the middle of the season.

The turmoil in Tom Brady's life starts to weigh on his play, but the early schedule is the straw that breaks the camel's back. On Sunday night, the Cowboys defeated the Bucs. The attack on offense overwhelms the defense by the Dak team. Brady lost to the Saints in Week 2. In the regular season, Rodgers is as good as Brady. The Chiefs fall to 0-4 before the soft part of their schedule. Even if they don't win a game, Baker Mayfield knows he's at his best when he channels that pettiness. Carolina lost to Philadelphia by a field goal, Minnesota by a touchdown, Washington by six, New Orleans and Atlanta by eight. With Baker at the helm and Christian McCaffrey healthy, they climb to second in the division, then knock the Bolts out of the playoffs in a New Year's Day game.

This division isn't won by the panthers. The New Orleans Saints are the real wild card. When Jameis Winston tore his knee in a game, New Orleans was 4-2. During the Pro Bowl weekend, there was an incident in a Las Vegas casino that resulted in felony battery charges being brought against the player. If Michael Thomas and Jameis can stay healthy, the Saints can win the division.