18. New York Jets
After finishing 4-12 last season, the Jets took massive strides towards building a playoff contending team. Cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie returned to New York to add to the already impressive Jets defense and Ryan Fitzpatrick will provide reliability at the quarterback position, behind shaky starter Geno Smith.
Star receiver Brandon Marshall will join Eric Decker and Jeremy Kerley to give the Jets some great targets for Smith and Fitzpatrick to pass to.
17. San Diego Chargers
The drafting of Melvin Gordon in the first round of this year’s draft shows that the Chargers are planning on switching to a run dependant offense, which doesn’t make sense considering how great of a season Philip Rivers had last season.
The departures of Marcus Gilchrist, Dwight Freeney, and Shareece Wright leave the Chargers defense without proven difference makers for the fifth time in six years, the Chargers will come short just short of the playoffs.