2017 NFL season preview: Patriots in line for yet another AFC East title

The Patriots have won the AFC East eight straight seasons, an NFL record for consecutive division titles. That streak should continue this season as the defending Super Bowl champions don’t appear to have much competition within the division.

The Jets don’t have a reliable quarterback or a No. 1 receiver. The Bills are in full rebuilding mode and the Dolphins, New England’s biggest challengers, have plenty of question marks about their offense heading into the season.

Elite Womens John Greco Jersey Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is done for the year with a knee injury. Miami signed Jay Cutler to replace Tannehill and he has looked good in limited preseason action. But that’s just the preseason, so we don’t know if the Jay Cutler prone to turnovers will rear his head when the games matter.
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The Texans will be playing for their hurricane-lashed hometown, an intangible that will put the woeful Jaguars at even more of a disadvantage. Blake Bortles’ full-speed regression is dragging the whole franchise down, and J.J. Watt (returning from back surgery and from being a fundraising hero) and this defense will only accelerate it. Flood-weary Houston fans need the fun that will ensue. Texans, 38-6

As stated last week, before suffering a season-ending injury in Week 11 of the 2016 season, Miller was the sixth-highest scorer at the tight end position. On Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons, Miller was targeted six times, which was tied for the eighth-highest amount for his position for the week. In Week 2, he’ll face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who allowed more than 10 fantasy points to opposing tight ends in half their games last season, making it a solid matchup if you need to go deep onto the wire.

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