The April edition of crazy predictions featured one per division. This will feature one from each team.
New England Patriots:
Sony Michel will lead the NFL in rushing yards, propelling the Patriots to another division crown.
Josh Allen will lead the 2018 quarterback class in total touchdowns scored.
New York Jets:
The Jets have an All-Pro on their defense, but his name will not be Jamal Adams.
Josh Rosen will make the Pro Bowl.
The Ravens will have a 1,000-yard runner and receiver in 2019.
Despite the addition of Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry will lead the Browns in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns.
Both Ju Ju Smith-Schuster and James Conner will outproduce Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell.
The Bengals will win zero games.
Andrew Luck will be unanimous MVP.
The Texans will lose ten games.
The Jags will put together the best defensive season since the 2002 Buccaneers, and Nick Foles will propel them to the franchise’s first Super Bowl.
The Titans will beat the Colts.
Joe Flacco will fire a career-high number of touchdowns (28 or more).
Josh Jacobs will win offensive rookie of the year.
Kansas City Chiefs:
Damien Williams will be an All-Pro running back.
Los Angeles Chargers:
The Chargers will sweep all 12 AFC games they play.
Dak Prescott will finish in second place in the MVP race.
Carson Wentz will play all 16 games.
New York Giants:
Saquon Barkley will not be a top-five running back and will miss the Pro Bowl.
Dwayne Haskins will throw for 10 touchdowns in the season.
Green Bay Packers:
Aaron Jones will lead the NFC in rushing yards.
Kenny Golladay will be a Pro Bowler.
The Bears will not force 20 turnovers in the 2019 season.
Kirk Cousins will win a playoff game.
New Orleans Saints:
They will have more defensive Pro Bowlers than offensive Pro Bowlers.
The Atlanta Falcons will win Super Bowl 54.
Christian McCaffrey will record more receiving yards than rushing yards.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
Devin White will be defensive rookie of the year.
Chandler Jones will lead the NFL in sacks.
Los Angeles Rams:
Darrell Henderson will outproduce Todd Gurley in every major statistical category.
San Francisco 49ers:
Jimmy Garoppolo will make the Pro Bowl.
The Seahawks will finish in the last place in the NFC West.
Approximately none of these predictions will come true. This is truly an exercise in spewing hot takes.
Please check back come January and February to add these to the worst predictions in the history of sports.