The 2019 is nearly upon us, but who does Sky Sports' Neil Reynolds rank as the best teams in the NFL?
If they can overcome the emotional turmoil of the way their previous two seasons ended, the Saints can win it all. They are a complete and talented team with a massive chip on their shoulder.
The defense is elite and the talk of the offseason has been the rapid development of quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, who is surrounded with playmakers. This should be a playoff team once again.
There are holes in Seattle's roster that tend to be overcome each year by the competitive fire and spirit Pete Carroll instils in his team. The addition of Jadeveon Clowney was much needed on D.
The defense has the potential to be elite once again but much of Jacksonville's success in 2019 will rest on the arm of quarterback Nick Foles. But his protection and receiving targets are a worry.
It���s time for the John Lynch-Kyle Shanahan relationship to produce some results. For that to happen, quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo needs to stay healthy for the course of an entire season.
Jameis Winston talks a good game and he genuinely wants to be great. I also want to be a millionaire and that's not happening either. Working under Bruce Arians will be a help, though.
I would love to see the Silver and Black return to relevance, but I cannot see any way in which this Antonio Brown thing works out. His behaviour seems pretty out of control in Oakland already.
This is another team I would love to see succeed with Jim Tomsula and Rob Ryan on the coaching staff and Josh Norman on defense, but I'm not sure there are enough offensive weapons here.
The Kliff Kingsbury attack operated by Kyler Murray should make Arizona more fun in 2019. But you need horses to get around courses. And the Cards have a bunch of donkeys blocking up front.
The Dolphins will never admit they are officially giving up on 2019 but trading away two of their best players in Tunsil and Stills on the eve of the new season delivers a very clear message.
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