Here's my more detailed analysis of the Rays. Since I project them to win 93 games you can certainly put me in the "over" category for this poll.
So, playing devil's advocate, here's what could go wrong:
3. Severe regression from James Shields and Jeremy Hellickson. Both pitchers relied heavily on a low BABIP last season. BABIP tends to regress back toward .300, no matter the quality of defense behind a pitcher.
4. Carlos Pena hits .196 -- like he did with the Rays in 2010.
5. Luke Scott doesn't produce at DH.
6. Matt Moore is good ... but not great.
So, no, 93 wins is not a sure thing. What do you think?