Tom Brady Replica Jersey – New England Patriots Jerseys (Navy) 3XL Review

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Tom Brady Replica Jersey - New England Patriots Jerseys (Navy) 3XL

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  • Manufacturer: Reebok
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2013-14 AFC East Divisional Previews: Who Will Star for Tom Brady's Bunch this season? (NFL News)

Kevin and George from the Uncut Sports Show give their official 2013-14 NFL Season preview by taking an in-depth look at all 8 divisions and ranking teams first to last. After a very exciting 2013 NFL Preseason, the guys are very excited to bring our loyal fans an increased amount of NFL coverage and highlights of the 2013-14 NFL Season leading up to Superbowl XLVIII! The first division the guys will preview is the AFC East. A lot, and we mean, a lot has gone on during the offseason in the AFC East and unfortunately most of it hasn't had to do with matters on the field. We all know the well documented Aaron Hernandez murder case, but how will that affect the balance of power in the division? Tom Brady will have to replace his top 5 statstical receivers from last year, including top targets Wes Welker and the aforementioned Aaron Hernandez. Rob Gronkowski avoided the PUP list to begin the season, but he was injury prone all of last year, so who knows what he'll bring the table. The Miami Dolphins have a legitimate chance to win the AFC East for the first time since the Jay Fielder days in South Beach. Second year QB Ryan Tannehill and RB Lamar Miller will look to pace a potentially potent Miami offense. The New York Jets and Buffalo Bills will rely on the potential of rookie quarterbacks in Geno Smith and E.J. Manuel respectively.

Next, the guys preview the increasingly competitive AFC North, which could claim by season's end up to 3 of the best teams in all of the AFC. Andy Dalton, AJ Green, Geno Atkins and rookie sensations Giovani Bernard and Tyler Eifert will look to avoid any possibility of a Hard Knocks life for the Cincinnati Bengals this season. The defending Super Bowl champions Baltimore Ravens have lost a lot of veteran leadership on both sides of the ball, including Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Anquan Boldin. They will have to rely on Ray Rice to hey diddle diddle right up the middle a whole bunch this year if they want to have a chance at repeating as champs. The Pittsburgh Steelers have a serious hole at running back with rookie running Le'veon Bell injuring his foot this preseason and the Cleveland Browns will be improved, but lack the star power necessary to carry them to the post season.

The AFC South could be the worst division in all of football this year, especially if Arian Foster's back continues to respond like a 60 year-old man's. Houston Texans' defense, led by JJ Watt, will keep them in every ballgame, but Matt Schaub and Co will need to put points up on the board in order to challenge for the AFC South title. Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts should continue to evolve as an offense under new OC Pep Hamilton, however, will they be able to stop anyone on defense? Look for T.Y. Hilton to have a breakout year at wide receiver. Can Chris "CJ2K" Johnson carry the Titans to a playoff berth? Will Jacksonville Jaguars be the laughing stock of the NFL?

Finally, to round out the AFC previews, the guys discuss the AFC West predictions with the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs looking prime for a battle for the top spot in the division. Can Peyton Manning convince enough analysts and fans to watch football on their phone?? Does he have a genuine chance at a rap career after his NFL career comes to a close? Will Montee Ball emerge as a legitimate starting running back to pair with the explosive receivers of Demaryious Thomas, Eric Decker and Wes Welker? In Kansas City, Andy Reid brought in former San Francisco 49er Alex Smith to help right the ship and frankly hand the ball off to Jamaal Charles. Can Charles be more consistent this year and help the Chiefs run away with the division? The San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders will feature two of the least potent offenses in all of the NFL, so expect them to be fighting for last place in the division all year.

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