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5 NFL Teams and What You Need to Know

It is often stated that the NFL comes sans offseason. Anything and everything of NFL becomes an event. The NFL draft combines with scouting have already become multiday media extravaganzas drawing a slew of fans (and eye-balls doubled the number of fans) on TV. Here’s what to know about 5 NFL teams this year and what to consider. To know more, scroll down.

  • Buffalo Bills

The good news for the Buffalo Bills after a pleasantly surprising 6-10 season and an offseason that saw them upgrade the passing-game weapons at young quarterback Josh Allen’s disposal is that the schedule features a number of winnable games—two tilts against the lowly Miami Dolphins, a trip to face the New York Giants and a home matchup with the Denver Broncos.However, the bad news is that they still play in AFC East!  If you want to know about betting, visit NFL Betting in PA!

  • New England Patriots

Some constants in life are simply unavoidable! And much to the knowledge of everyone, all of us have to pay taxes! As per the prediction goes, the new England Patriots are simply going to win the AFC East, yet again!The Patriots performed did a draw in the first-place schedule that included Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Dallas. However, with a total of six games against AFC East, they are not only anticipated to win AFC playoffs but also take the full advantage of it.

  • New York Jets

The New York Jets are starting over yet again. After finishing last in the AFC East at 4-12, the Jets replaced the defensive-minded Todd Bowles with the offensive-minded Adam Gase at head coach. It will fall to Gase to get the most out of second-year quarterback Sam Darnold, and Danold has some new toys to play with in tailback Le’Veon Bell and wide receiver Jamison Crowder. However, the defense of the new coordinator named as Gregg Williams will be remained a primary question mark this time! Let’s wait and watch and keep our fingers’ crossed!

  • Dallas Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys had rebounded from the 3-5 start the last year in order to win NFC East and thereby posted a record of 7-2 right after the bye week. The Cowboys did not suffer from major losses in the free agency, and still managed to top Demarcus Lawrence, the pass-rusher, who was re-upped for a long term.

  • Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles have won a playoff game each of the past two seasons—they won quite a bit more than that two years back—but that postseason success came with Nick Foles under center. When the Eagles open the season in Lincoln Financial Field against the Redskins, Carson Wentz will be calling the shots. If Wentz can stay healthy, the Eagles may well be the favorites in the NFC East. Philly is arguably the most balanced and experienced team in the division.

Thus, this compiles everything to know about the five NFL teams! Who do you want to win? Share your viewpoints!


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