NFL fans rejoice, the 2021 season is just on the horizon. It’s the last month without football until March. Regardless of what team they root for, they widely remain optimistic that this is their year. Even the pessimistic fans are hopeful enough, besides their team has yet to lose a game this season.
The Green Bay Packers Front Office Can’t Hide Anymore
Aaron Rodgers spoke at Green Bay Packers training camp on Wednesday. He exposed the front office’s interactions with him and past players who were important to the team’s success. Everyone knows how Brian Gutekunst runs the show now and it has to change.
While the 2021 NFL season is still a few months away, it’s never too early to look ahead. Fanbases will argue day and night about who has the better team. Instead of debating the entire roster, why not debate positions? In the 10th part of a 12-part series, I will rank each team’s safety position.
Thompson’s In-Depth Power Rankings: #19 Arizona Cardinals
There are teams every year in the NFL that media outlets hype as a potential sleeper team to win the Super Bowl. Many platforms have the Arizona Cardinals as that team this year. In the third year in the Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray era, the Cardinals come in as the 19th-ranked team in the power rankings.
The Green Bay Packers Made the Right Decision with Aaron Rodgers
When the NFL world was all set to enjoy the 2021 NFL Draft, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Aaron Rodgers didn’t want to return to the Green Bay Packers. The news led to months of conversation about where Rodgers would be traded because everyone assumed the Packers would bow down to Rodgers and give him what he wanted.
Thompson’s In-Depth Power Rankings: #20 Minnesota Vikings
As we make our way closer to the middle of the league, we unveil the bottom team in tier four of the power rankings. This tier can be named inconsistency, as all seven teams in this tier have some glaring issues on their team. Kicking off tier four and the 20th-ranked team in the power rankings is the Minnesota Vikings.
With as volatile as football can be, the smallest of breaks could launch a Super Bowl run. Football is unpredictable for a reason. There is a path for all 32 teams to win Super Bowl LVI and we hit the NFC West here.
Expectations are high for the Cleveland Browns entering the 2021 NFL season, and rightfully so. Albeit a year later than most expected, the Browns’ roster lived up to the hype last season, ending their 18-year playoff drought, despite a third-place finish in the AFC North.