1. Miami Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins won seven games last year and fell a few games short of making the post-season. That was with rookie Ryan Tannehill at quarterback and not much support at the offensive skills positions.
Running back Reggie Bush had fled to Detroit and offensive tackle Jake Long took his services to St. Louis and yet the Dolphins offense looks light-years ahead than what it was last year.
They have added several viable threats on offensive. Pittsburgh Steelers castoff Mike Wallace at wide receiver will give the team a legitimate deep threat and tight end Dustin Keller from the New York Jets.
The Dolphins also added some key pieces to their defense through the draft making this a team a contender in the AFC East. If the Dolphins reach their Week 6 bye with a 3-2 record or better, they will certainly be good enough to punch their ticket into next year’s playoffs.