NFC North


1. Green Bay Packers

Even trading away one of the best receivers in the league, this is still their division to lose.

2. Minnesota Vikings

Hiring new head coach Kevin O’Connell should provide a spark the offense desperately needs. Now the defense on the other hand.

3. Detroit Lions

It’s hard not to root for this franchise to finally turn the corner. Head coach Dan Campbell is the guy that could do that.

4. Chicago Bears

A new era is beginning in Chicago. All eyes will be on QB Justin Fields to see if he can improve upon a forgettable rookie season.

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NFC East


1. Philadelphia Eagles

A surprise playoff berth last season accelerated the front office’s plans to revamp the roster to compete for more.

2. Dallas Cowboys

They took a few hits on the roster front, but they are still a playoff contender.

3. Washington Commanders

The name has changed and they have a new quarterback. Let’s see if they can make it work.

4. New York Giants

Once again the Giants have made a regime change and we’ll see if this produces results in the next 3-4 years.

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AFC West


1. Kansas City Chiefs

This division is stacked, but it’s hard to imagine the Chiefs not coming out on top again.

2. Los Angeles Chargers

They are determined to duplicate what the LA Rams have done since moving back to Los Angeles.

3. Las Vegas Raiders

A massive regime change along with the acquisition of WR Davante Adams has Vegas thinking of making a deep playoff run.

4. Denver Broncos

I wouldn’t be surprised if they clinch a playoff spot and it’s mainly because Russell Wilson is now the quarterback.

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AFC South


1. Tennessee Titans

This will likely be the last hurrah with QB Ryan Tannehill after last years disappointing exit in the playoffs.

2. Indianapolis Colts

Indy is starting over again at quarterback with a former MVP in Matt Ryan.

3. Houston Texans

It doesn’t mean much, but they actually had moments last season that bode well in their rebuild.

4. Jacksonville Jaguars

Other than being responsible for the influx of cash being spent on wide receivers this offseason, it’s the same old Jaguars.

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AFC North


1. Cincinnati Bengals

This is a new era in which they shall not be referred to as the ‘Bungals’.

2. Baltimore Ravens

Health and whether QB Lamar Jackson can return to his MVP form of 2019 will determine their success.

3. Pittsburgh Steelers

It’ll be interesting to see if Pittsburgh sneaks in and clinches a Wild Card spot this year.

4. Cleveland Browns

Not having newly acquired QB Deshaun Watson for the first 11 games will set them up for failure this season.

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