- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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ESPN.com recently released its offseason NFL Power Rankings, and the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets were both projected to be bottom feeders. Neither team has a legitimate quarterback and both are experiencing changes throughout the organization.
But which team will win more games in 2013: the Bills or Jets?
ESPN.com's NFL Power Ranking voted the Bills at No. 28 and the Jets at No. 31. Is this accurate?
The Jets recently went to back-to-back AFC title games under head coach Rex Ryan. However, many veterans from those teams were let go this offseason. Players like Bart Scott, Calvin Pace, Shonn Greene, Mike Devito, Dustin Keller and Brandon Moore will not return. This leaves Ryan with a young roster and many holes. Can Ryan fool everyone and lead this team to a successful season in a must-win year?
Or will Buffalo erase the nasty stench from last year’s disappointing 6-10 season. The Bills were expected to compete for a playoff spot after spending a lot of money in free agency. However, big signings like defensive ends Mario Williams and Mike Anderson were disappointments. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick also flopped and was eventually released by the Bills. Now, the team is looking for a quarterback in this year’s draft to lead Buffalo to a successful season.
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