Week 1 Review of the NFL

Have Yourself A Day

If I were to tell you that a rookie running back who fumbled on his first carry in the NFL, would be the reason for his team beating the defending Super Bowl champions, you might think I’m crazy. Continue reading “Week 1 Review of the NFL”

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NFC West

1. Seattle Seahawks

This could be the last time for the current group of veterans to win another Super Bowl together.

2. Arizona Cardinals

Father time is catching up with the Cards at the quarterback and wide receiver positions.

3. Los Angeles Rams

A lot of optimism with the new coaching staff and their plans for a more potent offensive scheme.

4. San Francisco 49ers

From top to bottom this franchise had to be dismantled and rebuilt. Continue reading “NFC West”

NFC South

1. Atlanta Falcons

Until someone steps up in the NFC, the Falcons are the team to beat.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

If the defense realizes its potential and they can consistently run the ball, the Bucs will be back in the playoffs.

3. Carolina Panthers

Getting Christian McCaffrey was the right move, but can they keep Cam Newton upright this year?

4. New Orleans Saints

This could be the last year we see Sean Payton and Drew Brees together in the Bayou. Continue reading “NFC South”

NFC North

1. Green Bay Packers

Aside from a shortage of reliable pass-rushers, this team doesn’t have many flaws with Aaron Rodgers at the helm.

2. Minnesota Vikings

A full offseason with Sam Bradford will do wonders for some cohesiveness on offense.

3. Detroit Lions

As long as Matthew Stafford stays on his feet, the Lions can’t be counted out of winning games.

4. Chicago Bears

With everything that went wrong last year, there’s still some hope that with a little luck they could get to that .500 mark. Continue reading “NFC North”