There are too many factors that go into which team might win to make a concise and accurate choice. It's easier to peg a team whose new coach has set the entire franchise up for failure, and that's precisely what Denver's Josh McDaniels has done.
Not every first-year coach has the luxury of inheriting a team with a starting quarterback who is a three-time MVP and a lock for the Hall of Fame. Fortunately for Indianapolis's Jim Caldwell, he has that and plenty more.
Posted by Gene Wang, on June 2, 2009 6:15 AM
ozpunk: Probably Mangini, I think firing Romeo Crennel was one of the best of the offseason for the team. Mangini should bring a strong sense of di...