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Projecting the 2018 first-team All-Pros
Who will be the All-Pros of tomorrow? Well, as in, after the 2018 NFL season wraps?
You're in luck. The AP changed its position parameters a couple years ago, and it's still hard to get used to. Especially on the D-line, with categories for edge rushers and interior linemen. The edge group includes 3-4 rush linebackers like, say, Von Miller. Yet, pass rushers Chandler Jones (first team) and Miller (second team) made the All-Pro team as linebackers in 2017. Confused yet? And if you're a 4-3 OLB, you get noooooo respect, as not a one made the prestigious first team last year. You know why? No sacks. What B.S. Not to worry -- I corrected that madness with a speedy OLB.
Speaking of, this prediction of the 2018 first-team All-Pro honorees is a quick read, as the pain came in the picking. Send frustrations to the usual place ... @HarrisonNFL.
Top 10 photos from Week 12 of the 2020 Season
With full stomachs and some much needed family time, Week 12 gave us displays of pure greatness that could have only been fueled by holiday food. While some teams were reaping the benefits of the holiday fuel, other teams started to trim the fat off of their organizations in hopes of a better future. Check out the Top 10 photos from Week 12!
Cynthia Frelund's Week 12 fantasy projections
My projections are based on historical trends, personnel, matchups and probable game scripts. Yes, it could be considered overkill to use 10 full years of past, actual, and comparable data to forecast each week, but why wouldn't you want to at least try to be as accurate as possible? I know I can't find a reason not to.