Green Bay Packers (13-3): For the Packers to get off to a hot start on the season a lot hinges on how well their two rookie corners quickly adapt to the NFL, depth of defense will be thin early with a couple of suspensions early in the year. However the Packers look to have on the top offenses not only for 2015, but maybe of all time.
Minnesota Vikings (9-7): Peterson returning will take a ton of pressure of 2nd year QB Bridgwater, and with the addition of WR Mike Wallace, this offense could be a little scary. Mike Zimmer has drafted well on defense in year 2 and this Vikings team will battle the Packers for NFC North titles for years to come.
Detroit Lions (7-9): The Lions won a lot of close games last season that boosted them to the post season last year. With the loss of Suh this defense will have a season of regression, and will be unable to win those close games this time around.
Chicago Bears (6-10): The Bears defense looks totally different as far as personnel is concerned which can only mean good things for them. With Cutler still under center, Kevin White likely out for the season, and the loss of Brandon Marshall, the offense will sputter a bit this season.