Im split here.
One one hand I get why some might say the Jets, they are a solid D, but the bills offense has looked better in the past few weeks, TO is gettin involved...I'm not sayin they are the Saints but they are getting better. Plus its a divisional game so you really can't look at records, rankings, or stats....it will probably be a close game....I think the Bills defense is in the same boat but a weaker unit in general....so between Jets and Bills...Jets would start...but...
The other one I'm leaning towards is the Ravens. While the Packers can put offense they do it mainly through the air...they don't have much of a ground game to speak of and its starting to get awfully cold up in the North....even with the poor coverage out of the Ravens this season I still look for them to do some damage. Not to mention that the Ravens offense can run the ball and the Packers D can't stop the run so your lookin at the Ravens defense probably spending a lot of time on the sideline and when they are on the field the packers will the throwing on their suspect secondary but in poor weather meaning there will be some ducks...and you throw a duck within a mile of Ed Reed he will pick it and take it for six.
Jets or Ravens probably a wash but considering the match-ups and who they are playing I would probably start the Ravens.
*Edit...I forgot you mentioned the Panthers as well...I still put them behind the Jets and Ravens. I think the Bucs are a trap team who seem to be finding their offense on the back stretch of the season and those guys aren't playin for playoffs @ 1-10 they are playing for jobs next season which makes them dangerous any givin sunday...Josh Freeman whats to prove he is the qb of the future, Ward and Williams want to prove they can be productive runners and Bryant wants to prove he wasn't a one year wonder. Then there is Winslow who has proved he has talent now he just needs to prove he deserves to sign with a better team.