With the 32nd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU.
Looks like this rumor is false. I am hearing the Packers have an NFC North game in week 2.And, if my previous post IS correct, AND the NFL recent scheduling holds, the first game of the season will have KC hosting Atl or Carolina, OR at Tampa or New Orleans.
My guess would be KC @ Tom Brady to open the season
I think the Colts were on the verge of being one of the best teams in the league before Andrew Luck retired. I think a good QB will be the difference maker for them. Jonathan Taylor is a stud, and I think he helps their running game a lot as a rookie.Everyone seems to be jumping on the Colts in the AFC South and I just don't see it. Yeah they have added an aging Philip Rivers and he is good and I suppose adding the two rookies Pittman and Taylor are good, but they are still rookies. The Texans lost Hopkins and I think that is going to hurt big time. The Titans still have the meal ticket in Henry and they will stick to that plan. Tannehill will still manage the game and it will be up to what the receivers can give. I still think the Titans by far have the best run game and I still give them the advantage in what this in my opinion is going to be a tight 3 team race.
I don't think Tannehill is a fluke. He was in Miami and they were asking him to play a game he was not going to succeed in. In Tennessee he is a game manager and he succeeds in that. I agree they need a receiver like AJ Brown to step up even more than what he did last year and he wasn't bad last season. Henry is going to dominate. If he ran over a team like Baltimore last season who is known to stop the run he is the real deal. You are probably correct though the Jaguars will probably win the division.I think the Colts were on the verge of being one of the best teams in the league before Andrew Luck retired. I think a good QB will be the difference maker for them. Jonathan Taylor is a stud, and I think he helps their running game a lot as a rookie.
For years I have seen the Titans as a team that just doesn't have playmakers. Henry has become one, but you need more than one. I think the Tannehill resurgence is a fluke. We've seen it before with Case Keenum and Nick Foles. One good season after backup-quality play the rest of their careers. I also know that even with Henry, a running back's career can change at any moment, especially for the big, physical pounders. Eddie Lacy was one of the best backs in the league for the first 2 or 3 years of his career, then all of a sudden hit a wall (and no, it's not because he got fat). That ground and pound game really wears on runners.
The Texans have seemingly lost a lot of good talent over the past couple seasons, but Deshaun Watson is a franchise QB, and you can never count him out.
And all of these predictions will probably look foolish in the end, and the Jaguars will probably end up winning the AFC South. Just because that's how things go.
NY Jets - started really watching football around 1980:Let's try this again in the right thread!
I've seen a couple NFL.com articles where analysts list the top 5 players they've played with. I've seen Deangelo Hall and Joe Thomas do it. It got me thinking about who my top 5 players are for my team since I started being invested in the NFL.
My team is the Packers, and I would say my first year of truly being invested in the NFL was 2008, Aaron Rodgers' first year as a starter. So here are my top 5 players that have played for the Packers since then:
1. Aaron Rodgers, QB
2. Charles Woodson, CB
3. David Bahktiari, OT
4. Nick Collins, S
5. Josh Sitton, G
Honorable mentions: Jordy Nelson, WR
Now who are your top 5 players from your team since you started being invested in them?