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Post your thoughts and predictions below 

 

Saints are gonna be constant contenders as long as Brees is in there running the show.

 

Panthers did a lot to help their D in the Draft but didn't add much to their O to help Bridgewater. 

 

Buccaneers will be right around .500. They got Brady but don't forget Brady wasn't that great last year and I am not convinced of Gronk either after finally returning from a year off.

 

Falcons will struggle and could also be one of the teams looking to find QB replacement in next draft.  Rumors were swirling at draft that Falcons considered trading up for QB.

 

1. Saints 

2. Buccaneers

3. Panthers 

4. Falcons

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Bucs should be a lot better without Winston. To go along with 30 int's they lost 16 fumbles. Their defense was top 5 in takeaways with 28. As long as Brady doesn't turn the ball over I think they do better than most expect. I believe the Saints win the division but the Bucs will make them work for it. The rest of the division is a crap shoot.

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1. Saints

2. Falcons

3. Buccaneers 

4. Panthers

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On 5/26/2020 at 5:02 PM, JFreeman said:

Bucs should be a lot better without Winston. To go along with 30 int's they lost 16 fumbles. Their defense was top 5 in takeaways with 28. As long as Brady doesn't turn the ball over I think they do better than most expect. I believe the Saints win the division but the Bucs will make them work for it. The rest of the division is a crap shoot.

Lol no1s ready for this discussion I don’t see Brady ever turning the ball over that much

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