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... AND THEN?
Winning the Super Bowl can be dizzying for some QBs. For Russell Wilson, it was just the next phase of his plan—right before Jay Z and Bey, Obama and His Airness, Bieber, boats and business deals ...
2 MIAMI DOLPHINS
The controversial offensive line gets a remake and—even more important— a new scheme to make its job easier
3 BUFFALO BILLS
Trading up to draft a game-breaking receiver would have been a good move if that was all they needed. It's not
4 NEW YORK JETS
Undecided on—or at least unsure of—their QB, they'll need help elsewhere on offense. And that's a problem
1 BALTIMORE RAVENS
This ain't the D you remember. Two years after a Super Bowl win, that unit's being rebuilt from the inside out
2 HOUSTON TEXANS
Worst to first in the division? Not without more big-impact plays from some of their big-name defenders
1 DENVER BRONCOS
Forget the defensive upgrades. With better receivers, this offense has a chance to outperform last year's
2 NEW YORK GIANTS
The few parts left from a Super Bowl--winning front four will determine whether this team can win another title
4 DALLAS COWBOYS
They run the Offense of the Future—and given their weaknesses on defense, the future better come soon
2 CHICAGO BEARS
Gunslinging QB. Quality protection. Downfield targets. All-purpose back. This offense has everything covered
3 DETROIT LIONS
A new coordinator and a front four loaded with first-round talent must elevate a disappointing defense
3 ATLANTA FALCONS
After an atypically awful season, they reaped a draft windfall. How much could it help? Remember the Alamo?
4 ST. LOUIS RAMS
Another draft, yet another direction. That's cause for alarm as the clock ticks on the Jeff Fisher era
THE DANGER ZONE
On every snap, whether run or pass, offensive linemen have their backs to the action. What they can't see can hurt them
POINT AFTER
Departments
Bronx Bummer
Thanks in part to a barren farm system, the Yankees' post-Jeter years will look a lot like the shortstop's farewell season: not very bountiful
Summer of (Kevin) Love
Labor Day signals the unofficial end of summer—and of sports' supposed slow season. These five athletes each had a few months to remember, if not always for the sunniest of reasons

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