Just about everyone's predictions have been wildly inaccurate so far, but here goes:
Kerry: Win in Delaware and Missouri. He'll remain on top through February.
Dean: He's the most up in the air right now. He's got a good shot at New Mexico, but with no money Kerry or Clark could snatch it away. If he can score some big wins like Michigan and Wisconsin, he can be right up there with Kerry going into March. If not, it's do or die on Super Tuesday.
Clark: Win in Arizona and Oklahoma. With Dean broke he's got the most money now, but Kerry is going to be bringing in more. If Dean continues to tank in February, Clark has a good shot at a two man race with Kerry. If Dean hangs on, then Clark has to beat him on Super Tuesday, or start bucking for a cabinet position (like Sec. State).
Edwards: Win in South Carolina. After that, I think he's probably on his way out. His strength is going to be in the South, so he might be able to win Virginia or Tennessee on the 10th, but I think he'll slowly fade over the course of the month. But who knows, he came out of nowhere in Iowa. Plus that strength in the South makes him an attractive choice for VP.
Lieberman should just avoid the embarrassment and get out now. If he can't win in NH he can't win anywhere.