Can't wait to see what the Bills can do, especially that overhauled D. The offense was pretty good last year and should be yet again. They went south in the 2nd half of the year but that also coincided with a Fitzpatrick injury. If he plays as well as he can and the D is top 10 then the Bills could definitely be legit.
Bills should be a very solid team, defensively, though I admittedly don't know what kind of LB's they have. I know they have an amazing DL (at least on paper) and some decent players in the secondary, though. Offense should be the only concern. Not completely sold on Fitz myself, and outside of Stevie Johnson I'm not sure what they really have going for them. They have a good RB situation, at least.
Fan of the Cowboys and Colts. Pretty damn excited to see what the Colts can do. Not expecting playoffs, but I think they've made some awesome moves at the start of this rebuilding process. Drafted two highly rated TE's, the best QB prospect since Peyton Manning (some say since John Elway), fixed up the OL a bit, and added some depth at WR. I think we can actually be a competent team offensively. Defense is tricky. They have some talent, but I think they'll most likely be a bad team defensively. Freeney and Mathis are still our edge rushers and they'll be good. Kavell Conner and Pat Angerer, however, showed IMMENSE promise at LB last year. I'm hoping they can keep that up. If they do, we'll have a very very very good starting 4 linebackers. DL is a complete question mark. Cory Redding is a capable starter, but we'll likely have a rookie starting at NT (and I think he was a 5th round pick) and a second year player who didn't play much last year starting at the other DE position. Now, Chapman (the NT pick) had a great college career at Alabama and played well last year even with a major injury, so I'm hoping he can surprise people and be good for us. Not sure what to expect from Drake Nevis, the DE. Our secondary still has a complete lack of talent. Hopefully a scheme change helps it somewhat, though. I haven't looked at their schedule in-depth yet, but if they react well to the changes (there have been TONS this offseason), I don't think 5-7 wins would be unreachable. If they don't react well and there are growing pains, we could be a T3 pick again like a lot of analysts are suggesting.
Cowboys should improve a lot. Their main weakness has been the secondary for a while now. It was awful. Now with the additions of Claiborne and Carr, it's improved dramatically. If the starting 3 is Carr/Claiborne/Jenkins, we have a very good set of guys there. Pass rush is the only terrible hole on the team at the moment. Unfortunately, I think it will still cause a lot of problems. Even the most talented secondary can struggle without help from a capable pass rush. Hopefully one of the Front 7 guys we've added over the past few years can have a breakout season and give Ware some help. Still, with a full offseason with Rob Ryan and major talent added at CB, the defense should increase a lot. If the defense can be competent and the offense is as good as usual (along with DeMarco Murray hopefully staying healthy - he looked amazing last season), there's no reason the Cowboys can't be a playoff team. Unfortunately, I'm always prepared for the worst with this team, and the division has gotten a lot better. Not sure if I'd say the Giants have gotten much better, but the Eagles made moves to fix up their LB corps (though they are still lacking at Safety and they lost Asante, so they'll be vulnerable against passing, and they also lost their best OL) and the Redskins added talent at QB and WR, their two biggest holes. NFC East will be interesting. The three usual suspects all have playoff caliber rosters, and the Redskins aren't far behind anymore with a competent defense and an offense that just got much better.
Goddamn I can't wait for football.