Our look at last season's interception luck tells us that Patrick Mahomes and Derek Carr are likely to throw more picks this season, while Baker Mayfield and Tom Brady (yes, Tom Brady) should throw fewer.
Between the Steelers, Ravens, Bengals, and Browns, the AFC North teams feature a lot of black and a lot of orange. Who makes it work? Who's getting a new look, and who needs to go back to the drawing board?
While the Broncos need linebackers, the Chargers need help on the offensive line, and the Chiefs need help in the secondary, it's fair to ask whether the Raiders should have done more to bring in competition for Derek Carr at quarterback.
This month: Blake Bortles adjusts to Los Angeles, Chris Long lights one up, everyone takes shots at the people running New York football teams, Jeff Lurie gets analytical, Ben defends Eli, and coaches get infantile.
Coming out of the draft, the Texans and Jaguars could still use some big offensive playmakers, Tennessee needs more beef up front, and the Colts need more defensive stars to go along with Darius Leonard and Jabaal Sheard.
While the Ravens and Bengals need defensive help (edge rushers and linebackers, to be specific), the Browns need offensive linemen, while the Steelers need a receiver to play across from Juju Smith-Schuster.
6 comments, Last at 05 Jun 2019, 11:38pm by LionInAZ
Heading into the offseason, the Cardinals needed offensive linemen, the Rams needed edge rushers, the 49ers needed corners, and the Seahawks needed help along the defensive line. Somehow, three months later, little of that has changed.
2 comments, Last at 22 May 2019, 8:51pm by Jimmy Oz