NFL Networks Predictive Analytics person said they should increase wins by 4
based on their new personnel. This was on a segment last night and like you, I'm very excited to see what Zach can do on a huge stage.
The big problem with expectations is that they are in probably the toughest division in the NFL or at least one of them, with the Bills, Pats and Dolphins who all are improved as well - with the Bills most likely to be a SuperBowl contender--more than likely that's like 6 losses right there.
They need to show they can compete for sure and I would say anywhere from 6-9 wins would be successful and maybe spur a few upsets on the way. Best case scenario is around 6-7 wins and I just want Zach to start and be healthy for the year, as I think he'll make huge jumps from this year to the next and especially next year as they build a foundation and also have some great picks for next year.