By Dan LeBatard ESPN Staff WriterESPN.com’s Dan Le Batard offers a look at some of the best NFL wall calendars and the best ones for the upcoming season.1.
Philadelphia Eagles (NFL)Philadelphia Eagles: The Eagles are set to start their second-year quarterback Chase Daniel and start a brand-new offense under new coach Doug Pederson.
This will be a different quarterback situation than they had under Matt Barkley, who spent most of his time throwing the ball to an inexperienced backup, Bryce Petty, in the first three games.
The Eagles will be looking to keep that identity in place this season, but they will also be relying on a much-improved pass rush.2.
Dallas Cowboys (NFL): The Cowboys are in a similar situation as Philadelphia Eagles, but this time with a new quarterback.
Dak Prescott will start the year as the starter, but will have to step up in the second half and take over the offense.3.
Denver Broncos (NFL)*: Denver’s offense is already better than last season, and the Broncos will have a few pieces on the roster who are capable of making an impact.
Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders both have elite speed, and Demaryus Thomas has been one of the most productive pass catchers in the NFL since the Broncos moved to Denver.
The Broncos are expected to be much improved under Peyton Manning.4.
Indianapolis Colts (NFL: AFC)The Colts will look to make another deep playoff run.
Quarterback Andrew Luck is expected to start and could be the team’s No. 1 overall pick.
But that would not be a surprise if the Colts had the worst offensive line in the league this season.5.
Kansas City Chiefs (NFL-AFC): The Chiefs are looking to make a big jump from last year, when they were a team that was rebuilding.
The offensive line is loaded and the Chiefs are expected, with the help of the new offensive coordinator, to be one of NFL’s best offensive lines in the year to come.6.
San Diego Chargers (NFL)-AFC West: The Chargers have one of, if not the, best offensive line groups in the game.
Melvin Gordon, Travis Benjamin and Larry English have all been excellent in the past, and a new offensive scheme will allow Melvin Gordon to step in and be a big-play threat on offense.7.
Seattle Seahawks (NFL).
The Seahawks offense is expected a lot to improve from last season.
The team has plenty of weapons and will need to improve on its inability to convert on third downs.8.
Buffalo Bills (NFL)/New York Jets (NFL/NFC): This could be a tough year for the Bills.
They are looking for a new coach after losing Kyle Shanahan to the Falcons, but there is still hope for a good year under former offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan.9.
Cleveland Browns (NFL, AFC): The Browns are hoping that they can get the biggest jump from 2015 with their new coach.
Tyrod Taylor is expected back and he has been an excellent quarterback.10.
Kansas State Wildcats (NFL)(NCAA)The Wildcats will be coming off a tough loss to Iowa, but the Wildcats are still a dangerous offense with plenty of speed.
They also have a solid secondary that will allow the Wildcats to have some big plays.11.
Detroit Lions (NFL*): The Lions offense is going to be explosive under new coordinator Jim Bob Cooter.
It will be up to quarterback Matthew Stafford to be a major upgrade from Matthew Stafford, who finished his career in Detroit as a backup and backup quarterback.12.
New Orleans Saints (NFL.
ASEAN Conference): The Saints are looking at an improved defense under new defensive coordinator Vance Joseph, but their offense will still be among the league’s best.13.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL.)
The Buccaneers are hoping to build on last season’s playoff run, when the offense was the reason they made it to the Super Bowl.
They will need some help to win more games in this year’s playoffs.14.
Cincinnati Bengals (NFL)– AFC South: The Bengals are hoping for another playoff run with a big defense.
They have a talented offense and will be relying heavily on the play of quarterback Andy Dalton.15.
Green Bay Packers (NFL), AFC North: The Packers will need a new head coach and offensive coordinator.
They were one of only two teams in the NFC that finished the season with a winning record, but quarterback Aaron Rodgers has to take care of business this season if he wants to have any shot at winning the title.16.
Houston Texans (NFL)| AFC SouthWest: Houston will have an opportunity to make some noise this season with new coach Bill O’Brien.
The Texans will need quarterback Ryan Mallett to be more consistent, but that should be a positive.17.
Tennessee Titans (NFL– AFC South): The Titans will look for another boost from the quarterback position with a young quarterback in Marcus Mariota.
But they will need an improved offensive line to