2019 NFL Predictions: Preview

It’s finally that time of the year where we all sit back and watch the games happen as we hope to not see the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl again? We will look each team in the NFL and see whether they have made the appropriate changes to be able to stop the Patriots dynasty.

Like you saw with the College Football, I will be breaking down each division as we look to see who makes the playoffs.

“Kickoff” by Jeffrey Beall is licensed CC BY-SA 2.0

Can anyone in the AFC East take the crown from QB Tom Brady and the Patriots?

How about the Cleveland Browns and their chances at making playoffs?

Or maybe the Jacksonville Jaguars will be led to the playoffs by QB Nick Foles?

Will Antonio Brown and Josh Jacobs make the Oakland Raiders (soon to be Vegas) a playoff team.

We’ll also be taking at look at the NFC as well. How will the No. 1 overall pick, Kyler Murray, do in his first season with the Arizona Cardinals?

Who will take control of the NFC South with both the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons making key pieces to their offense?

How about the NFC East? Are the Dallas Cowboys still the team to beat? Or will we see the young talents of QB Dwayne Haskins and QB Daniel Jones make their teams respectable?

Can QB Aaron Rodgers led the Green Bay Packers back to the playoffs, or will the Chicago Bears stop them again? We will see this game opening night on Thursday, September 5.

Along with the records and playoff predictions, I will also be breaking down what key acquisitions the teams made or not with a big question that they need to improve.

Here is the tentative schedule for the release of the articles.

August 28th – NFC West

August 29th – AFC West

August 30th – AFC North

August 31st – NFC North

September 1st – NFC South

September 2nd (Labor Day )– AFC South

September 3rd  – NFC East

September 4th – AFC East

September 5th – Playoff/wildcard predictions

September 6th – Week 1 picks

While we look at each of the divisions and where the teams will finish, start to plan where your fantasy team might finish as well. Are you satisfied with what you have? Make sure to take a look at my top players to help you prepare for any last minute drafts that you may have.

Because let’s be honest, there is no greater way to celebrate an NFL season than having your favorite team in the NFL make it to the Super Bowl after you celebrate a fantasy champion.

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