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Weak Division Will Pave the Way to Another Competitive Season for Seahawks

Riding a streak of five straight playoff appearances, the Seattle Seahawks appear set to make another run in 2017. Similar to the New England Patriots, they get a nice boost from playing in a fairly weak division that consistently has them in the mix for a first-round playoff bye. Despite the luxury of having a few extra pathetic opponents on their schedule for the better part of the last few seasons, there’s a few question marks around this team and whether or not it can get back to the Super Bowl.

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Are 2017 Patriots on Track to be the Best Team Ever?

After vindicating themselves from the whole Deflategate saga by going 14-2 in the regular season, tearing through the AFC in the playoffs, then pulling off the greatest comeback in sports history, what can the New England Patriots possibly do for an encore? How about becoming the clear-cut best team in the history of the NFL? It’s a bold statement, but it’s also a very realistic possibility as the Patriots enter this season looking better than last season’s historic team.

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Cowboys in Tough to Repeat Stellar 2016 Season

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Following a fantastic 2016 season that saw the Dallas Cowboys go 13-3 straight up and win the tough NFC East, news of Ezekiel Elliott’s six-game suspension has really put a cloud over what was to be a season of even more progress in Big D.

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Window is Shutting in Arizona, but it's Not Closed Just Yet

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Two seasons ago, the Arizona Cardinals were a 13-3 team that reached the NFC championship game only to get annihilated by Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. Last season, the team went 7-8-1 straight up and just 6-10 against the spread in a horrible division. So, the question is, has the window shut in the desert?

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Multiple Hurdles Make the Bolts a Tough Buy in Their 1st Season in LA

Angelinos once again after spending more than 50 years in San Diego, the Chargers are set to play their next 16 home games at the 30,000-seat StubHub Center, a much more intimate setting than the stadium the organization left behind near the Mexican border.

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Can the Upgraded Giants be a Contender in the Crowded NFC East?

“At least we’re not the Jets” is a phrase you might be hearing plenty of around the Meadowlands this season with the Giants preparing for another campaign in the most competitive division in professional football. Their 11-5 record a year ago in Ben McAdoo’s rookie season as an NFL head coach was impressive, but a 38-13 playoff loss to the Packers on the Frozen Tundra in the wild-card round exposed some roster flaws (not to mention character questions), leaving some wondering whether this is the group to relive the glory experienced by the 2011 and 2007 G-Men.

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Plenty of Value in 2017 Futures Markets for Chiefs Bettors

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The Chiefs are coming off a stellar campaign that saw them crowned division champs in the competitive AFC West with a 12-4 straight-up record, which included an even more impressive 6-0 SU (5-1 ATS) mark within the division.

Furthermore, they started the season with a ho-hum 2-2 SU record heading into their Week 5 bye and then went 10-2 the rest of the season, only losing those two games by scores of 19-17 (vs Tampa Bay, vs Tennessee) and recording six straight road wins in the final three months of the season.

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Patriots Enter Season as a Massive Super Bowl Favorite

Get the latest Super Bowl futures and analysis of the odds to help you make the right choice when picking your team to win the Super Bowl.

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Ceiling is High for the Silver and Black This Season

The silver and black are back… for a few more years, at least. In the offseason, NFL owners approved the Raiders’ move to Las Vegas and a club that seems to have just gotten its feet back underneath it will relocate in the not so distant future after spending six decades in the Bay Area.

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Broncos Look Like a Bust Without a Capable Quarterback

Going into last season, I knew the Denver Broncos were in trouble due to a lack of depth at the quarterback position. It was a precarious spot for a team to be in after coming off a Super Bowl victory and they paid the price. They finished third in their division and missed the playoffs after finishing 9-7 — a steep decline from their 12-4 Super Bowl season.

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