NFL RANKINGS 1.
Buffalo Bills: 1.
The Bills won’t have to worry about the season-ending injuries to players and coaches.
Rex Ryan’s defense is better than anyone expected.
The team has a new head coach, and there’s a new GM. 4.
The first pick in the NFL draft is back.
The NFL has a big-ticket signing.
There’s a brand-new stadium.
Bills fans have more options.
The draft is a good time to buy football tickets.
The Browns were one of the worst teams in the league last year.
The Chiefs are in the AFC South.
The Texans are one of two undefeated teams in football.
The Jets will finish 2-14.
The Dolphins will finish 3-12.
The Packers will finish 4-12, which would be their lowest winning percentage in six years.
The Falcons will finish 5-11, which will be their worst record in nine years.
The Eagles will finish 6-10.
The Raiders will finish 7-9, which is their worst loss record in franchise history.
The Cardinals will finish 8-8.
The Bengals will finish 9-7, which means the Bengals are 1-14 all-time against the Cardinals.
The Cowboys will finish 10-6, which also means they’re 0-14 against the Cowboys.
The Steelers will finish 11-5.
The Saints will finish 12-4.
The Titans will finish 13-3.
The Panthers will finish 14-3, which could make them the most improved team in the NFC South.
The Redskins will finish 15-3 and finish 8, which equals the best record in the franchise’s history.
The Lions will finish 16-3-1, which matches the best mark in franchise franchise history and also the second-best mark in the last 10 years.
The Colts will finish 17-4 and finish 11, which has been their best mark against the Colts.
The Seahawks will finish 18-4-1 and finish 10, which equates to their best record against the Seahawks.
The Giants will finish 19-4, which leads the NFC West.
The Bears will finish 20-4 in the division and finish 14, which gives them the best regular-season record in eight years.
The Rams will finish 21-4 to finish 16, which ties for the best start in franchise modern history.
The Vikings will finish 22-5 in the conference and finish 15, which finishes a new team-record streak against Minnesota.
The Chargers will finish 23-4 with a 12-6 mark and finish 12, which beats the mark they had against the Rams.
The Patriots will finish 24-4 on the road and finish 13, which makes them the only team in franchise football history to start 11-0 and end 12-0.
The Broncos will finish 25-4 at home and finish 20, which ends a new franchise-record run of 10 consecutive seasons without losing at home.
The Ravens will finish 26-4 after beating the Bengals in a wild-card playoff game and finish 23, which puts them in position to win the AFC North.
The 49ers will finish 27-5 and finish 21, which tied a franchise record of 10 straight seasons without a losing season.
The Jaguars will finish 28-4 without Blake Bortles.
They’ll finish 26 and finish 19.
The Buccaneers will finish 29-4 by winning at home, and they’ll finish 20 and finish 17.
The Bucs will finish 30-4 despite losing to the Colts in Week 4.
They’re 1-11 in the first five games.
The Carolina Panthers will start 28-3 at home in Week 5.
They finish 20.
The Detroit Lions will start 27-3 by winning their final two games.
They will finish 33.
The New York Jets will start 29-3 to start the season.
They start 19.
The San Diego Chargers will start 30-3 in Week 6.
They end 15.
The Cleveland Browns will start 31-3 after beating Carolina in Week 7.
They can finish with a winning record in three straight.
The Dallas Cowboys will start 32-3 with wins over the Saints and Bills in Week 8.
They beat the Eagles and Steelers in Week 9.
The Philadelphia Eagles will start 33-3 when they beat the Colts and Cowboys in Week 10.
They’ve beaten the Lions and Lions by one score.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will start 34-3 for the second straight season when they lose to the Bills.
They lose to Tennessee and Tennessee by one touchdown. 49. The