The 2010-2011 season of pro American football will begin shortly, and since the draft already passed and there are no more surprises in terms of rosters, this is the perfect moment to analyze the strategy which teams are going to take concerning their offense.
New Orleans Saints: The current champs are actually the team that will enter the season with the best offensive lineup. They are leaded by an experienced quarterback in Drew Brees, who is in his best form and will provide wide receivers with a lot of depth, and since they have an easy schedule ahead of them, they might appear at the super bowl this year.
Green Bay Packers: With Aaron Rodgers emerging as one of the top quarterbacks in the sport, and with highly efficient receivers in Greg Jennings and Donald Driver, this team will certainly be quite dangerous and powerful.
Minnesota Vikings: Counting with a superior running back in Adrian Peterson will certainly help Brett Favre a lot, and since the veteran QB is not getting any younger, I am sure he will out an extra effort this season in order to retire with a title in his hands (I think a super bowl win is going to put an end to the ongoing controversy concerning his continuity at the end of each season, allowing him to leave football for good).
Houston Texans: even though this is not amongst the most popular teams in the league, to have the top receiver in the NFL in Andre Johnson and by playing a solid five-men offense led by Matt Schaub, they can certainly surprise this time around.
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Dallas Cowboys: This is a team which already had two fabulous receivers in Jason Witten and Miles Austin, and they increased their offensive potential in a considerable way by recruiting rookie Dez Bryant in the first round of the past draft, and such an outstanding selection of runners certainly gives Tony Romo a great deal of advantage.
Indianapolis Colts: Despite of being a 34 year-old veteran, but with young wide receivers in Austin Collie and Pierre Garcon, this team still has great chances of make it to the super bowl.
San Diego Chargers: Philip Rivers is still on his prime, and with the help of Antonio Gates, Vincent Jackson and Malcom Floyd, these guys can be a contender.
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