The upstart Cincinnati Bengals have ascended to the summit of the AFC thus far in 2021. With winnable games on the horizon, they find themselves in a position to contend and could add another piece before Tuesday’s NFL trade deadline.
The Chargers have been one of the NFL’s biggest surprises this season. The AFC is loaded this season. The Chargers have to make a move to improve their defense if they hope to compete for a Super Bowl.
The Kansas City Chiefs have to find answers after an embarrassing Week 7 loss to the Tennessee Titans. Outside of Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill, they have no other threats. Targeting a receiver at the trade deadline will make Mahomes’ life easier.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have gotten off to a blistering 6-1 start. They currently hold a 1.5-game lead on the NFC South. Tom Brady is playing at an MVP level, and the offense has been stellar. Defensively, Tampa Bay is beginning to turn their season around,
The Los Angeles Rams have had a successful start to the season and are heading into the trade deadline with no major issues. They are 6-1 with their only loss coming against a 7-0 Arizona Cardinals team.
The San Francisco 49ers are stuck in a four-game losing streak. They opened the season with wins over the Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles, but they have faced a tough schedule and struggled. Starting quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo has missed time, and backup Trey Lance is currently injured.
As the trade deadline approaches, there is tons of chatter about what the Cowboys will do. Will we see wide-out Michael Gallup go on the trading block, or will the Cowboys trade for a needed position? Besides the fact that the Cowboys have been dominating, they still need some help on the defensive side
The Baltimore Ravens are fresh off a disappointing home loss to their division rival, the Cincinnati Bengals. They currently sit as the fifth seed in the AFC playoff race. The team trails only the Bengals in the competitive AFC North.