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32 in 32: Pittsburgh Steelers
Shaun O'Hara said that health is always a big concern for the Pittsburgh Steelers, but they ranked No. 1 in defense last year so age isn't a good indicator of success. In the end, it's on the offense -- especially the running game -- to step up. O'Hara projects the Steelers to finish third in the AFC North, while Donovan McNabb sees them finishing second.
Thomas primed for comeback?
Does Sanchez give Jets best chance to win?
Will off-the-field issues affects Patriots?
O'Hara sees the New England Patriots winning the AFC East and feels the off-the-field problems will not distract a team run by Bill Belichick. More pressing is the loss of talent on offense, but despite everything, Tom Brady and the Pats will be dangerous in the playoffs, if they make it. McNabb agreed that the Patriots will have difficulties matching last year's offensive levels.
Is Vick a good fit in Chip Kelly's offense?
Will we see the same RGIII in 2013?
Is Big Ben a lock for the Hall of Fame?
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