Cowboys, Packers trending down, Broncos, Eagles trending up
If you are not getting higher, you are getting worse. Such is life for NFL groups each offseason.
In mild of main shakeups across the league since February, notably on the quarterback place, a number of squads head into the 2022 marketing campaign projected to carry out fairly in a different way than they did a 12 months in the past.
Joy Taylor identifies 10 groups that stand out most at this juncture – 5 of that are trending up, and one other 5 which can be trending down.
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Joy Taylor decides which NFL groups she believes are trending up and down after the offseason, highlighting the Denver Broncos, Green Bay Packers, Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers. Is your crew trending upward or downward?
Taylor’s ideas: “[They] added Russell Wilson. We’ve talked about how they’ve been a quarterback away eternally. They have the best schedule to start out the season within the NFL for the primary 9 video games.”
Taylor’s ideas: “I believe they should make the playoffs this 12 months. I believe they’re going to be coached a bit bit extra conservatively, which I believe is sensible.”
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Taylor’s ideas: “They misplaced Davante Adams, who I don’t assume is replaceable. It seems like at this level Aaron Rodgers is simply having fun with the twilight years of his profession. He’s speaking loads about retiring.”
Taylor’s ideas: “The Titans gained 12 video games and have been the No. 1 seed within the AFC final season. I don’t like relying solely on Derrick Henry or having to lean an excessive amount of into Ryan Tannehill throwing the ball, particularly when he doesn’t have A.J. Brown.”
Taylor’s ideas: “They’re going to have primarily a rookie quarterback this 12 months. They additionally misplaced their offensive coordinator, Mike McDaniel. How is that going to have an effect on them? I simply don’t assume they’re going to have that form of [playoff] run.”