2.) New York Jets
I would say it is safe to say that most football fans can agree that the Jets made a huge improvement by acquiring quarterback Aaron Rodgers from the Green Bay Packers. The future Hall of Fame quarterback was ready to get out of Green Bay and he even was able to get some of his teammates to head to the Jets as well in Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb.
With already a top defensive unit, the Jets have set themselves up to contend in the short term future with Rodgers under center. Now, some might say that Rodgers will have a tough time competing in the superior AFC conference.
There is no denying that, but at the end of the day, Rodgers is still a valuable player who can still make the throws at 39 years old. Obviously he had a down year last season, but the Packers also did not surround him with the most talented receiving group either.
If the Jets remain as a top defensive team and Rodgers is able to get back to what he was before last season, the Bills will have their hands full twice this season.