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San Francisco
One quarter away from a Super Bowl title last season, the 49ers will be looking to start a tradition under coach Kyle Shanahan: regular deep playoff runs.  Read Our 49ers Preview
Issues abound in Chicago, from a quarterback competition to whether the defense can bounce back, and many things in between.  Read Our Bears Preview
After going 2-14 last year, the Bengals landed the top pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Quarterback Joe Burrow now is the face of the franchise.  Read Our Bengals Preview
With Tom Brady on to Tampa Bay, the Bills will take aim at the AFC East title. Their chances rest largely on the trajectory of QB Josh Allen.  Read Our Bills Preview
After Drew Lock flashed once given a chance last season, the Broncos showed commitment to the quarterback by surrounding him with additional weapons. Whether those moves pay off remains to be seen.  Read Our Broncos Preview
If quarterback Baker Mayfield can turn things around, the Browns could contend for a playoff spot in 2020. Until further notice, though, the Ravens are the class of the AFC North.  Read Our Browns Preview
Tampa Bay
The signing of Tom Brady vaults the Buccaneers into unfamiliar territory for the first time since the early 2000s: NFC contenders. He has plenty of skill players at his disposal to reach the promised land.  Read Our Buccaneers Preview
Out with the old, in with the new. That's the name of the game in Arizona, whose offense exchanges David Johnson for DeAndre Hopkins. Things are looking up for Kyler Murray and Company.  Read Our Cardinals Preview
Los Angeles
With Philip Rivers no longer in the mix, the Chargers ready for the Justin Herbert era. However, the team’s top pick in 2020 may start out as a backup.  Read Our Chargers Preview
Kansas City
It’s not easy to claim victory in the Super Bowl, but led by star QB Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs are well-positioned to make another championship run in 2020.  Read Our Chiefs Preview
The Colts will try their luck with 38-year-old QB Philip Rivers, who has some intriguing offensive weapons to work with in Indy.  Read Our Colts Preview
The Cowboys' offseason was characterized by a coaching change and fortuitous draft. How it translates on the field will be of keen interest in 2020.  Read Our Cowboys Preview
Tua Tagovailoa clearly represents the future of the franchise, but it may take some time for him to take over the starting QB job. In the meantime, savvy veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick should hold on to the reins.  Read Our Dolphins Preview
Top-to-bottom, the Eagles' roster is bristling with talent. Coach Doug Pederson will attempt to work magic similar to the team's 2017 run to the Super Bowl.  Read Our Eagles Preview
Matt Ryan and Julio Jones still are around, but questions otherwise litter the roster. The backfield is of particular interest after the addition of Todd Gurley.  Read Our Falcons Preview
Football Team
A playoff appearance is probably too much to ask for, but Ron Rivera's first season in Washington can still be considered a success if Dwayne Haskins establishes himself as a franchise quarterback.  Read Our Football Team Preview
New York
The Giants have many of the pieces in place for an explosive offense, but to reach those heights Daniel Jones will need to show measurable improvement.  Read Our Giants Preview
A season removed from the Nick Foles experiment, the Jaguars seem to have settled on Gardner Minshew as the quarterback of the present. How the team fares in 2020 may determine whether it's for the long term.  Read Our Jaguars Preview
New York
With Tom Brady no longer in the AFC East, third-year pro Sam Darnold will look to lead the Jets into contention for the division crown.  Read Our Jets Preview
With Matthew Stafford back healthy and a roster constructed just for coach Matt Patricia, the Lions seemingly have reached win-now territory.  Read Our Lions Preview
Green Bay
After the Packers drafted a QB in the first round, Aaron Rodgers' long-term future with the team became murky. Still, this is Rodgers' team, even if it's far more run-based than at any point in his career.  Read Our Packers Preview
It's a new era in Carolina. Led by Christian McCaffrey, the Panthers will look to forge ahead without Cam Newton and Ron Rivera at the reins.  Read Our Panthers Preview
New England
Tom is Brady gone, so the Patriots embark on a new era, with Jarrett Stidham likely at QB. Meanwhile, the rest of the AFC East finally sees a realistic opportunity to dethrone New England as division champs.  Read Our Patriots Preview
Las Vegas
The Raiders are on the move again, this time to Las Vegas. However, the odds are against them overtaking Kansas City in the AFC West.  Read Our Raiders Preview
Los Angeles
In 2019, coach Sean McVay couldn't lead the Rams to the heights of his first two seasons. While key players are elsewhere, enough familiar faces are around to pull off a reasonable imitation of previous squads.  Read Our Rams Preview
Led by dynamic quarterback Lamar Jackson, the Ravens are poised to be contenders again in 2020. The road to the Super Bowl goes through defending champion Kansas City, however.  Read Our Ravens Preview
New Orleans
Drew Brees is back for at least one more roll, attempting to exorcise recent playoff demons in the process. Enough high-level players at premium positions surround Brees to make another run.  Read Our Saints Preview
Led by star QB Russell Wilson, the Seahawks will look to dethrone the 49ers as NFC West champs. If Seattle's ground game holds up, they could do just that.  Read Our Seahawks Preview
Ben Roethlisberger is back to reclaim the starting QB job in Pittsburgh. Time may be ticking on Big Ben, however, as he seeks a third Super Bowl ring.  Read Our Steelers Preview
The trade of DeAndre Hopkins headlines the offseason personnel shuffling engineered by Bill O’Brien, but the Texans’ fate is largely in the hands of QB Deshaun Watson.  Read Our Texans Preview
While it remains to be seen if the commitment to Ryan Tannehill pays dividends, Derrick Henry will surely power Tennessee’s ground game.  Read Our Titans Preview
Using a ground-based scheme, the Vikings offense will be able to grind out games. But after significant changes on defense, Kirk Cousins may have to air it out more often than expected.  Read Our Vikings Preview