I don't see them being 1-15 or 2-14, which would get them the first pick.
They will be able to run and play average to above average defense. That alone gets them into mediocrity.
I'd be surprised if they were worse than 6-10 or better than 10-6 but I don't see them being close to the extreme ends of the spectrum.
If your QB isn't good and you are turning it over 2-3 times a game, it will be tough to win. They will stack the box and stop the run and force him to beat them with his arm. If he can't do that and he is turning it over, they will struggle to win games.
I don't think they win less than 4 games but I am saying I won't be surprised if they do. I also don't think they win more than 10 games but wouldn't be surprised if they win 12 or 13.
That's why I said they are the toughest team to evaluate because Lamar's range is that wide to me and with so many young players at key spots and so many older guys with recent injury histories that we need a lot from, things could go downhill fast.
But those guys could/should also be elite (Thomas and Yanda for example) if healthy and a good Lamar makes this team virtually impossible to defend.