Just over three months after Super Bowl LV, the NFL set the tone for a new year by releasing the full slate for the first 18-week season in league history.
After a heavily virtual offseason in 2020, teams across the NFL are doing their best to ensure that the same thing happens in 2021.
It’s time to set our sights on the 2021 NFL season, just a few weeks after the confetti was cleaned up after Super Bowl LV.
This year’s offseason will be remembered as the Year of the Quarterback, and fans can expect an absolute frenzy until the NFL’s 2021 season officially starts.
The phrase “New year, new me” apparently didn’t seem like a good idea to Houston sports teams, as the city has itself another disgruntled superstar to deal with at the beginning of 2021.
To help ring in the holiday season, it’s time to find out which of the NFL’s 20-plus Christmas Day games is the best in league history.
With 32 teams across the NFL, it’s tough for everyone to get exactly what they’re hoping for as the holiday season comes and goes. But, it helps to narrow things down with a specific wish list.
After a disappointing first half of the 2020 season, why is there still so much for the Patriots to be excited about as the team evaluates its future?
If Daniel Jones can live up to that potential like he showcased as a rookie, there’s no reason why he couldn’t evolve into a top-tier NFL quarterback.
Which NFL teams could jump at the chance to select Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence in the draft, and give him enough resources to potentially make a run during his rookie season?
In 2020, the AFC East’s top contender isn’t Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots. It’s Sean McDermott’s Buffalo Bills.
In his third year as the Titans head coach, Mike Vrabel has created a monster in the AFC South, with a 5-0 record through the team’s first five games of the 2020 season to show for it.
The Dolphins are rolling with rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa as the team’s new starter, forcing Ryan Fitzpatrick into the second spot on the depth chart.
When the 2020 NFL season starts, the league will have had the most time out of any to work on safety measures and contingency plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Midway through the month of July, EA Sports began to release ratings for “Madden NFL 21,” starting with the “99 Club.”
What if you were an NFL general manager, and you had the entire league’s talent pool at your disposal to create the ultimate 53-man roster?