With the interim tag officially taken off of Joe Brady, how will the Buffalo Bills offense look in 2024. Many in the 716 are hoping and offseason, training camp (and a new offensive weapon) will catapult the Buffalo Bills ahead of the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC.
This is usually the time of year that Hashtag Sports says their customary ‘The Jets are the Jets’ with their articles or breakdowns, but having both the offensive and defensive rookie of the year players makes that a tough sell. The Jets are headed in the right direction under the guidance of Robert Saleh and Joe Douglas and could be in the market for a big-name Quarterback, so it's looking like the AFC East is stepping up its game as of late.
The Houston Texans will literally have their pick again in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft as they have pick number 2 and now again at #12. Depending on where Chicago decides to go, the Texans have options. If the Texans happen to get a deal with another team who is looking to move up, they could get a nice return of picks and players at #12 or #2, but have to be conscious that division rivals Indianapolis and Tennessee pick after them at 4 and 11.
How did Houston get Clevelands Pick
Hashtag Sports is at it again with their annual 'On the Clock' series looking at all the teams needs entering 2023 and giving you the framework on how teams are looking financially before the Free Agency period is set to take place at 4pm, Wednesday, March 15th. Articles include: 2022 Statistical Leaders, Notable Free Agents, Draft Picks for 2023, Salary Cap (updated as it changes), Players to Restructure or Re-Sign, and Free Agency and Draft Prospects.
The 2022 Titans saw their first losing season under Mike Vrabel and their first time missing the playoffs since 2018. There were a lot of changes for the Titans in 2022 and it all started at the NFL Draft when they traded AJ Brown to the Eagles. Will Tennessee make another splash in this Draft, or will they continue to build on their balanced roster?
The Eagles were the breakout team in 2022 amassing the best record in the NFC and doing so under the guidance of Howie Roseman. Roseman saw the Eagles win the Superbowl, blew up the team, and then rebuilt it again to almost win another one. Along the way they were able to secure a Top 10 pick in the process. The Eagles are in prime position to once again make it to the big game and have a lot of pieces to do so.
How did Philadelphia get New Orleans Pick
While the Indianapolis Colts were playing the veteran carousel of trying to fix their quarterback situation, the Carolina Panthers were the NFC version of that, with Sam Darnold and Baker Mayfield. Spoiler Alert: Neither of them worked. The Panthers signaled a full rebuild with the trade of Chistian McCaffrey where they were able to get 3 picks in the upcoming draft and another in 2024. Where will the Panthers go with their rebuild?
So it seems like for the first time in a long time that the Atlanta Falcons aren’t in cap jail and trying to find ways out of it. They are behind the Bears when it comes to cap space and could make a legit run if they get some quality pieces in place in a weak NFC South.
What can you say about the Raiders that hasn’t already been a M. Night Shyamalan movie? The Raiders will and always will be the Raiders. It seems to be the way that things go when Josh McDaniels gets involved. Picking 7th isn’t exactly ideal when trying to get a franchise quarterback but recent history has proven otherwise. The Raiders are oftentimes a tire fire, and we are all here to watch it unfold.
The Detroit Lions were the “feel good” story of the 2022 season amassing a winning record for the first time since 2017. Dan Campbell has seemingly revitalized the Lions organization to be relevant in not only the NFC North, but in football. How can the Lions capitalize on their success in 2022 and parlay that into 2023?
How did Detroit get Los Angeles' Pick