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NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Reason for Pessimism:  When you lose two of the best tight ends in football, you are not going to replace them in one year. Cheap Adidas Shoes Uk . How can New England lead the league again in points (34 per game) and yards (427.9 per game) and improve the secondary (29th in pass defence)?  Its not going to happen. There are high expectations for Danny Amendola, but he has only played 12 games in the last two years so durability is an issue. Do they really expect Aaron Dobson (2nd round) and Josh Boyce (4th round) to have instant success as receivers? Tom Brady has said he wants to play well into his 40s and that is great, but first you have to get through the natural regression of being in your mid-30s. Reason for Optimism:  In the last five years, the Patriots have won 11, 10, 14, 13 and 12 regular season games. They are masters at overcoming adversity. Tom Brady has thrown a touchdown pass in 48 straight regular season games -- only six behind the record set by Drew Brees. He will make the receivers look good -- even the rookies. Also, 15 of 16 games for New England are on the East Coast. Thats a good travel schedule. Reality:  In an odd way, this may be a rejuvenation year for New England and specifically Brady and offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. It is a new challenge to develop new talent that will rise to the surface as the season progresses. Nobody ran more plays than the Patriots did last year. They can do it again this year. Prediction:  First in the AFC East. MIAMI DOLPHINS Reason for Pessimism:  I have a theory about football. I think that it is easier and more effective to build a winner by collecting a group of good football players as opposed to trying to overspend on major talent at key positions. My theory is to be tested in Miami, as nobody spent money on free agency like the Dolphins did last year. On paper this is an outstanding team, but will they play well together and surpass the Patriots for dominance in the division? We saw this story last year with the Buffalo Bills as they opened the bank to improve the defensive line and finished the 2012 season 31st against the run. Still, the additions of Mike Wallace, Darnell Ellerbe, and Brent Grimes are impressive, but how it all meshes is still to be proven. And not having Jake Long at left tackle is a void and young Jonathon Martin is a project as a replacement. Reason for optimism:  Ryan Tannehill is for real. The Dolphins have been searching for the next Dan Marino since the day he retired, and Tannehill is the best possibility in many years.  Also, the Dolphins have not had a better 3rd down pass rush since the days of the "Killer Bees" of the ‘80s. Cam Wake is proven and may be the most explosive athlete as a defensive end in football. And Dion Jordan has the athletic gifts to be a taller version of Cam Wake. Third down is the most critical down in football and success depends on the quarterback and the pass rush -- the Dolphins have both. Reality:  Miami has closed the gap of talent between themselves and New England, but until a Joe Philbin team can beat a Bill Belichick team twice in one year, you have to favour the Pats. I still look at Miami as a playoff team, but not necessarily a division winner. Prediction:  2nd in the AFC East. BUFFALO BILLS Reason for Pessimism:  It has been 13 seasons since the Buffalo Bills have made the playoffs -- 13. That is a longer absence that any other team, and only Oakland and Cleveland are close with 10. Thats a stark reality. Last year they were 31st against the run and 30th on third down defence. It is unrealistic to think that will improve so dramatically as to become a top 10 defence in one season. Yes, the do have a new coordinator in Mike Pettine -- formally of the Jets -- but he has them switching to a 3-4 defence. Do they have the type of talent play that scheme? Year 14 without playoff is a real possibility. Reason for Optimism:  E.J. Manuel has all the physical skills to be a very good quarterback. Coming from Florida State, he knows how to handle pressure and good competition. C.J. Spiller could be the next Thurman Thomas . He averaged 6.0 yards per carry and is a complete back. And finally, Doug Marrone seems like a good fit. Yes, he coming to the pros from Syracuse University, but from 2006 to 2008 he was with the Saints and Sean Payton. He is a pro coach that tried college, not a college coach trying the pro game.  Reality:  This is a 3rd place team. Theres too much change in one year and no guarantee that an expensive defensive line will play like the Cincinnati Bengals. I thought the Bills drafted well, especially getting 2nd round pick Robert Woods of USC to compliment Stevie Johnson.  But unless Manuel becomes the next Colin Kaepernick, this is a rebuilding year again in Buffalo. Prediction: 3rd in AFC East. NEW YORK JETS Reason for Pessimism:  Drama, drama and more drama. The New York Jets have evolved into a walking, talking soap opera more than a well-run, efficient football team. Mark Sanchez does not look confident and expecting rookie Geno Smith to be the next RG3 or Andrew Luck is unrealistic. Also Dee Milliner has to be the next Derrell Revis, but he wont be. In the month of October, the Jets play at Atlanta , Pittsburgh, New England, at Cincinnati and New Orleans. By then we will know who the quarterback is for 2013, but that is an insurmountable challenge. With limited wide receiver depth and talent, this season depends on "ground and pound" but every defence in the NFL knows it.  Six players left in free agency -- their top running back and two safeties are no longer Jets. It is a re-building time in New York. Reason for Optimism:  Rex Ryan is in the last year of his contract. If Geno Smith beats out Mark Sanchez, then the Jets have a salary cap problem.  With Ryan and Sanchez having a sense of urgency to stay in the NFL with this organization, you would think they should produce results. In some ways it is a fresh start with Marty Mornhinweg as the new offensive coordinator and Dennis Thurman on defense. If Chris Ivory has a great year at running back, so do the Jets. They must master a running attack like they did in 2009 and 2010 when they went to the AFC championship game. Ivory seems capable. Reality: Eleven players, all starters or significant contributors, left the Jets for various reasons. One may be that they did not believe the team would turn the corner in any tangible way. That was probably good thinking. The window of opportunity has closed for the Jets, Jets, Jets. Prediction:  4th in the AFC East. 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Gay, who spent his first 6-plus years in the league with Memphis, acknowledged he almost instinctively went to the home dressing room when he entered the FedExForum. But he somewhat downplayed the return and whether his teammates were concentrating on him having a good game. "I dont think it was for me as much as we needed any win," Gay said. "Obviously, you want to win every game, but for me personally, it was more emotional." DeMar DeRozan, who scored 13 of his 18 points in the first quarter, said they were aware of the importance of Gays performance in his return. "Hes definitely one of our go-to guys, so no matter if we were playing anybody, were going to get him the ball and make sure he gets going," DeRozan said before adding, "It was just extra emotion for him coming back here the first time." The Raptors ball movement was much better than Mondays double overtime 110-104 loss to Houston, when Toronto had only 10 assists from taking 114 shots. Against the Grizzlies, Toronto had 14 assists, led by Kyle Lowrys six. Gay and DeRozan had four assists each. Mike Conley led Memphis with a season-high 29 points. Marc Gasol had 18 points while Zach Randolph and Tony Allen finished with 10 points apiece. Gasol and Randolph grabbed 10 rebounds each. Memphis outrebounded the Raptors 40-37 and led the points in the paint 36-24. But the 8 of 15 from outside the arc for Toronto, plus hitting 33 of 39 free throws compared to 11 of 17 for Memphis gave the Raptors the advantage. "I thought we were aggressive going to the basket and to the free throw line, which is huge for us," Raptors coach Dwane Casey said. "Most of all we shared the ball." While Gays return was successful, Memphis continues to struggle in finding its identity under Davve Joerger, its new coach. Adidas Running Ultra Boost Hyper Orange/Black Shoes Mens/Womens. Four of the five Grizzlies losses have been by double digits and the defence that was Memphis calling card in recent years and helped the team reach the Western Conference Finals last year is not as evident. "We have been a team that has been very resilient in the past," Joerger said. "You have to be able to take the hit and keep coming. We will get there. We will be alright. There is definitely a level of frustration that we arent playing hard enough." The Raptors lead by as many as 15 in the first half before carrying a 55-44 halftime advantage. The Raptors hit 7 of 9 shots outside the arc before the break. Conley got Memphis untracked early in the third scoring 10 early points to key a Memphis run. The Grizzlies eventually pulled even at 70 on a steal and layup by Conley, but the Raptors closed the period on an 8-1 rally for a 78-71 lead after three. "We just buckled down," DeRozan said. "We understood they were going to throw a fight. They werent going to lay down. We understood that, and we knew it was coming. We held our own and pushed back at them." The Raptors extended that lead to 88-74 with a 10-3 run opening the fourth quarter. Memphis 16th turnover led to a dunk by Terrence Ross, and Grizzlies Joerger called timeout. It didnt do much good because the Raptors would hit two more baskets before Mike Millers 3-pointer stopped the run. When Gays 19-footer ran the score to 96-77 Raptors, the Memphis crowd began to boo. NOTES: Gay is still the career leader in games played and ranks second in points and field goals made for the Grizzlies. ... A lot was made of Gays return, but Austin Daye, who played with Memphis last season after the Gay trade, and Lowry, who started his career in Memphis, are part of Grizzlies history. ... Memphis G Jerryd Bayless returned to action after missing two games with a right knee sprain. Memphis F/G Quincy Pondexter missed the game recovering from a broken nose. ... 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