What can we expect from teams in the AFC West this season? Lets take a look.As we continue our 10-second breakdown series of each division, here's one that contains a Super Bowl contender. You can check out our previous previews here: NFC North, NFC South, NFC East. - Denver Broncos The Broncos head into this season with what some might say as unfinished business after the way they were dumped out of the playoffs by the eventual Super Bowl-winning Baltimore Ravens. They are certainly favourites to top the AFC in my opinion. The offense certainly has the potential to be the best in the NFL this season and bringing in former New England Patriots WR Wes Welker can only help them reach that potential. The defense will be without All-Pro LB Von Miller for the first six games of the season due to suspension which will hurt, but this team is too talented not to cope. San Diego Chargers The Chargers appointed Mike McCoy as their new head coach in the offseason -- replacing Norv Turner -- and he'll need to get the best out of QB Philip Rivers if the Chargers are to be competitive. They'll also need RB Ryan Matthews to finally live up to his potential. The receiving corp is thin and the ACL injury suffered by Denario Alexander was a blow for someone in a contract year. The defense was ninth in the NFL last season in yards allowed per game so they'll be looking to at least maintain that kind of production. Rookie MLB Manti Te'o will be watched closely, can he prove the doubters wrong? Kansas City Chiefs Could we see the Chiefs make a playoff push this season? It's not as crazy as it seems. New head coach Andy Reid and QB Alex Smith are huge upgrades and will instantly make the Chiefs better. Having RB Jamaal Charles and WR Dwayne Bowe should help Alex Smith settle in to the offensive scheme quickly. The defense has some talent too and LB Tamba Hali will be expected to register double-digit sacks once again. Fellow LB Justin Houston is also in for another big year. Hali and Houston are arguably the best LB tandem in the NFL and their success is key. Oakland Raiders In terms of talent, the Raiders are possibly the weakest team in the NFL heading into this season. After losing QB Carson Palmer in the offseason they brought in Matt Flynn as the likely starter, although Terrell Pryor could now unseat Flynn. The offensive line and wide receivers are a particular weakness and for the Raiders to have any success this season, they'll need RB Darren McFadden to stay healthy. The defense aren't likely to stop many either despite the return of CB Charles Woodson, and so this season could be a very long one for the long suffering Raiders fans. - Quick Predictions Here's how I see the AFC West looking at the end of the season: Broncos 12-4 Chiefs 9-7 Chargers 6-10 Raiders 2-14 How do you see the AFC West shaping up this season? Lets us know in the comments below!