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NFC South training camp preview: Saints dangerous; Bucs intrigue
Is the Saints' offense even more dangerous in 2020? Are the Bucs built to live up to the offseason hype? Jelani Scott examines all four NFC South teams ahead of training camp, identifying position battles, strengths and weaknesses for each.
Patriots' offense with Cam Newton; ranking the top five 'starting fives'
How will the Patriots' offense change with Cam Newton at quarterback? What are the top five "starting fives" (five skill players) in the NFL today? Who is the best quarterback in the NFC South? Bucky Brooks has the answers!
Brett Favre: Packers can use Jordan Love like Taysom Hill
The Packers surprised everyone when selecting Jordan Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, and while it's a similar situation when the team drafted Aaron Rodgers upon his own departure from Green Bay, the Hall of Famer thinks they can utilize both QBs on the field.
NFL's top 10 offenses: Chiefs, Ravens pulling away from pack
Chris Wesseling assesses the landscape of NFL offenses now that the draft has concluded and the majority of free-agent signings are in the books. Which units are the most potent? Here are the top 10 attacks heading into the 2020 season.
NFC East draft grades: Cowboys clean up; Eagles create a stir
The NFC East made some of the most talked-about picks during the 2020 NFL Draft. So, how does each team's haul grade out? Which pick was the best of all? Who landed a potential sleeper? And which team raised some eyebrows? Gennaro Filice has the division's report card.
Saints' Loomis: Not afraid to draft QB we really like
Some mock drafts have seen the Saints select Utah State QB Jordan Love. New Orleans GM Mickey Loomis has made it known that, "If there's [a QB] there that we really like and have a vision for at the time we're picking, then we're not afraid to pull that trigger."
Charles Davis 2020 NFL mock draft 2.0: Patriots pick Jordan Love
In his first mock draft post-free agency, Charles Davis reacts to the flurry of roster moves from March with several changes throughout Round 1, including the Patriots now selecting a QB at No. 23 and the Vikings investing in a receiver at No. 25.