Ouch, we have an insanely tough schedule this year: Bills: Finished 2005 season at 5-11, lost Milloy, no real key signing yet. Prediction = win Browns: Finished 2005 season 6-10, key signing include Bently, McGinest, Shaffer, Jurevicious, and Winslow jr. coming back. If we face them early, prediction is a loss, if late, prediction is a win. Colts: Finished 2005 13-3, lost Edge, retained passing attack, prediction = 2 losses as we still can't stop their passing game Jaguars: Finished 2005 12-4, lost Ayodele, but picked up some OL and DL help, along with another CB. Prediction = 1 loss, 1 win (just because we somehow always play them well) Dolphins: Finished 2005 9-7, picked up Culpepper, prediction = loss Eagles: Finished 2005 6-10, lost Owens, but picked up Howard and some replacement WRs. A high draft pick also, leads to another L for Houston Titans: Finished 2005 4-12, but have had a very productive offseason so far. Prediction = 1 loss, 1 win Redskins: Finished 2005 10-6, but acquired a lot of offensive help to go along with their great defense. Also hired even better coaches than before. Prediction - loss Cowboys: Finished 2005 9-7, but signed TO. Prediction = loss Patriots: Finished 2005 10-6, are losing some key pieces, but always make the best out of their team. Prediction = loss Giants: Finished 2005 11-5, signed Will Demps, prediction = loss as we can't cover the elite TEs Jets: Finished 2005 4-12, and are currently losing even more players. Prediction - win Raiders: Finished 2005 4-12, released Collins and Woodson, have not made any key moves yet, most likely a win As a result, it looks like this could be a bad year for the Texans. Playing NFC East is a curse, as all 4 of those teams are potential playoff teams now. I predict a depressing 6-10 record, but a significantly improved team from last year.