FANTASY FOOTBALL\nAFC EAST PREVIEW\nMVPs\n\nWelcome to the most comprehensive article that will give you the plan from A to Z for all teams. These are my preliminary thoughts about each team, how they will be run and how to exploit. There are 8 Days lefts of May, what perfect way to finish the month then to do each Division.\nNEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS\nOFFENSE (A+)\nShotgun. Down set, hike. Tom Brady (QB1) takes the snap, who knows what RB is going to be in the backfield, James White (RB4) will for sure be the 3rd Down guy as he has that job locked in for life after what he did in the Super Bowl a couple years ago. Rex Burkhead (RB4) looked more than fine as a 1st\/2nd Down RB last year splitting with Dion Lewis. Jeremy Hill (RB4) and Mike Gilli (RB5) are two strong power RB's. Sony Michel (RB4) was a 1st Round Pick, and I just do not see him putting up numbers that are noteworthy at all. One fumble and he hits the bench for good.\n\nTom Brady play action, see's his favorite target Gronkowski (TE1) for another season. Julian Edelman (WR1) is back and hopefully healthy, assuming he is all the way back, him and Gronk together on the field are unguardable. If Brady wants to look deep both Malcolm Mitchell (WR4) and Chris Hogan (WR3) are two very strong downfield options. Patriots O-Line holds up well enough for Brady to make any play he wants.\n\nPatriots offense will be amazing once again. I am not definitely going to point to Tom Brady as the Strategy QB at this point as we have plenty to do in the process, but I will say if we do go with Tom Brady.\n\nWe must Draft a Strong Backup QB!\nDEFENSE (A)\nPatriots Defense made big moves on their D-Line. Adrian Clayborn gives them a threat at pass rush. Danny Shelton is big enough at DT to eat up the O-Line which should be great for the Run D.\n\nLB Core is more or less the same. Dont'a Hightower their stud LB was injured in Game 1 of the season for the Patriots last year, and he was banged up the rest of the way only appearing in 5 games. Having him healthy will be great for the Defense.\n\nSecondary they lost Malcolm Butler who was benched for no reason during the Super Bowl and probably cost them the game with that. They replaced him with Jason McCourty to pair up with his Twin Devin McCourty. Throw in a healthy Eric Rowe\/Stephon Gilmore and Patrick Chung.\u00a0 The Patriots have a lot of talent on Defense.\n\nAdd in the final X-Factor that Bill Beli will be calling Defensive Plays this season.\n\nPatriots Defense should hit another level.\nNEW YORK JETS\nOFFENSE (B\/B+)\nDown. Set. Hut. Hut. Hike\n\nJosh McCown (QB2) will be behind Center and Shotgun, last year their offense had a lot of success so they are not afraid to rely on the arm of McCown. However they added Isaiah "Counting" Crowell (RB3) to their backfield. Jets already posses a strong Offensive Line, adding Crowell gives them a nice threat in the running game. However when the Jets fall behind, or it is 3rd Down. Bilal Powell (RB4) who has gained another level in his performance will check into the game. Both have nice value from week-to-week, but it is still the Jets and they will hurt eachother.\n\nMcCown decides to throw the ball, and the Jets are the deepest they have ever been at WR. Returning is all three of McCown's favorite weapons (Anderson (WR4)\/Kearse (WR4)\/Enuwa (WR4)) and they also added a BEAST DOME Legend in Terrell Pryor (WR4). The Jets did lose another BEAST DOME Legend in Austin Seferian Jenkins, but the addition of Pryor gives McCown another BIG target and 3 weapons he had a lot of success with last season. Clive Warford (TE3) is at TE to replace ASJ, but do not be surprised to see the Jets go with 4 WR a lot.\n\nJets Offense could actually be good this season, which is very surprising to say.\nDEFENSE (B-)\nNo more Big Daddy Wilkerson, no more Sheldon Richardson. Leonard Williams and McLendon are still around, but this Jets Run D and pass rush is not nearly what it once was. The Jets did make a big move and brought in Avery Williamson who might lead the NFL in tackles at MLB for the Jets with that D-Line. Him and Darron Lee in the middle will need to make a lot of plays, but Williamson is the guy you want for IDP.\n\nMo Claiborne and Trumaine Johnson is a nice CB duo. Trumaine cannot guard great players, but he can keep up with a lot of #2s. Buster Skrine is a solid cover corner, good tackler. Marcus Mayo and Jamal Adams lead a strong safey core. Jets Secondary is pretty solid, but nowhere near the Revis Island days.\n\nPlay is to run up the middle 100x a game, and then get isolation on their corners. Pass rush is not lethal enough to make big plays allowing QBs time to read the field.\nBUFFALO BILLS\nOFFENSE (C+)\nA.J. McCarron (QB3) will be the QB for as long as the Bills fans become impatient and want Josh Allen to be the starter. McCarron has a horrible O-Line, so anytime he is under center he will be in immediate pressure. Which means he has to swing pass to LeSean McCoy (RB2\/1) instantly. Defenses already know McCoy is the one player on the Bills you need to stop, so expect him to see too much attention. Shady is a special player, but the addition of Chris Ivory could hurt in the end. Stealing TDs could easily be the downfall for LeSean this season, especially as we get later and the hits start to pile up. Not a great situation for McCoy this year.\n\nMcCarron decides to throw the ball, Kelvin Benjamin (WR3) who has been getting hit too many times in his career will be the clear #1 option. Benjamin is not a bad player at all, and at times he is unguardable. If the fantasy matchup is right, he is not a bad WR2\/WR3. Late in the season when it is cold out, you cannot use him. Assuming he is covered, Zay Jones (WR5) and Jeremy Kerley (WR5) are the next options for McCarron. While you want to say Zay will run away with his talent as the 2nd target, Kerley does make big plays from the slot and McCarron will need to unload quickly. There is also the famous Charles Clay (TE3), giving McCarron a good amount of options.\n\nRegardless of all the options, the Bills O-Line has holes and unless Josh Allen is secretly Joe Montana, the Bills QB situation could be not fun to watch at all this year.\nDEFENSE (B)\nBills re-building their great Defensive Line Wall with the addition Star Lotuieoi who was a BEAST for the Panthers at DT. Kyle Williams and him will make it tough for any RB. Something to keep in mind for AFC East RBs. Pass Rush will be lethal with Jerry Hughes and Shaq Lawson. Hughes is always a threat to lead the NFL in sacks.\n\nBills decided to rest their LB core on Rookie Tremaine Edwards. Hard for any Rookie to adjust to MLB so quickly and be a dominant player. Could be a big downfall for this team. Ramon Humber and Lorenzo Alexander could help the Rookie, but more in the film room then on the field, both are average at this point in their career.\n\nTre'D White was great as a #1 Corner as a Rookie, Ranked as a Top 10 according to PFF. Adding Vontae Davis who was the only good thing about the Colts D in the past few seasons is now on board. Phillip Gaines gets a fresh start after a bad season in KC to play the slot. Jordan Pryor and Hyde make for an athletic Safety combo.\n\nIf Edwards is the real at MLB, this team is saved. Play is to attack the middle of the field against the Bills.\nMIAMI DOLPHINS\nOFFENSE (C)\nThe Jay Cutler experience is over, Ryan Tannehill (QB3) returns to QB another season for the Dolphins. No more Jarvis Landry who is on the Browns, so that means DeVante Parker (WR3) has some big shoes to fill. Shoes that the Dolphins have been waiting for him to fill for some time. The other options is the deep ball Kenny Stills (WR5), which will likely not be a favorable option consider the Dolphins O-Line took a big hit losing Pouncey, and the Ex-Patriot Danny Amendola (WR4). Amendola should see a lot of targets this year, almost running a Jarvis Landry type of short yardage WR. While it sounds nice on paper, the Dolphins passing game does not seem that strong. I can see a lot of incomplete passes to Parker down the field, we can see a lot of sacks from the bad O-Line play. They did bring in Mike G. at TE (TE3), the first TE off the board. However he reminds me of Dallas Clark, and with the O-Line not strong he will be blocking.\n\nIf the Dolphins try to run the ball, Kenyan Drake (RB3) is a nice talent, and Josh Sitton will open up holes. However the Dolphins cannot run when they are losing football games. The Dolphins also brought in Frank Gore (RB5), and before you get too excited he is on a last place Football Team, which is nothing new for him, and that means his role will likely be mentor more than anything.\nDEFENSE (B-)\nWhile the Dolphins did lose Suh, they did gain Robert Quinn. Throw in Cameron Wake and the Dolphins have two guys who can easily get double digit sacks on the outside. The DT situation is not horrible, brining in Akeem Spence could ignite either Godchaux or Jordan Phillips to emerge as a strong play. Good news is they have lots of depth at both DE and DT.\n\nStarting at MLB is Kiko Alonso for the 3rd Straight year. Back-2-Back years he recorded 115 Tackles, and without Suh that number should rise as he will be needed to step up a lot more. Great solid safe MLB in IDP Leagues. The OLB situation is still unclear, whatever the Dolphins do it does appear they will go young in that position. I would like to see Stephone Anthony return to form, he has a lot of upside but the Dolphins seem not to be too fond.\n\nSecondary, the Dolphins are as strong as a team can be when it comes to their safety play. Reshad Jones and Rookie 1st Round Pick, Top DB in College, Minkah Fitzpatrick should be a great combo. While the combo is great, the CB situation is horrible. So horrible, that I do not think it matters that they have Jones and Fitzpatrick as there will be open WRs too often.\n\nWith that being said, the Dolphins D-Line is very explosive. Which means QBs will not have a lot of times to find the right WR, but the CB play is not that great. Teams can run on the Dolphins often to try to set up 1 on 1 situations. Whenever a QB has a 1 on 1 against the weak Dolphin Corners, that is where the ball will go.\n\nI am giving them a B-, but if they had two studs at CB, they could be A-.