Every NFL team’s biggest strength & weakness heading into the 2022 season

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Arizona Cardinals Strength: Passing Game
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No NFL team is perfect. As we enter the 2022 season, we take a look at every team’s biggest strength and weakness.

 

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Arizona Cardinals Strength: Passing Game

Arizona Cardinals Strength: Passing Game

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Arizona is set to see changes in their offensive weapons this year, as Marquise Brown has arrived, replacing Christian Kirk. Still, the passing game should remain a strength with the accurate Kyler Murray finding outlets like Brown, DeAndre Hopkins, Rondale Moore, A.J. Green, and Zach Ertz.

 

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Arizona Cardinals Weakness: Pass Defense

Arizona Cardinals Weakness: Pass Defense

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The team was in the middle of the pack stopping the pass last season, but the problems will likely worsen with the loss of Chandler Jones and significant questions at cornerback. The team continues to rely on J.J. Watt to generate a pass rush, but his inability to stay healthy makes that a considerable risk.

 

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Atlanta Falcons Strength: Tight End

Atlanta Falcons Strength: Tight End

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Kyle Pitts is coming off a historic rookie season, finishing with 68 catches for 1,026 yards. He heads into 2022 as the clear top receiving offense in the Falcons offense.

 

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Atlanta Falcons Weakness: Quarterback

Atlanta Falcons Weakness: Quarterback

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Matt Ryan had his issues in recent seasons, but Falcons fans would likely prefer him over this year’s options. Atlanta added former Titans starter Marcus Mariota, with third-round pick Desmond Ridder as a backup plan. Neither quarterback is likely to be the future at the position.

 

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Baltimore Ravens Strength: Running Game

Baltimore Ravens Strength: Running Game

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Coordinator Greg Roman’s offense is built around a run-heavy scheme, which perfectly complements Lamar Jackson’s mobility. The team averaged an impressive 4.8 yards per carry last season while using past-their-prime veterans, and they are set to get J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards back from injury early this season.

 

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Baltimore Ravens Defense: Wide Receivers

Baltimore Ravens Defense: Wide Receivers

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The Ravens have needed wide receiver help for several years, and that continues after trading Marquise Brown. Second-year wideout Rashod Bateman is probably miscast as the No. 1. Baltimore hopes to offset the wideout issues with star tight end Mark Andrews, as well as emerging rookie tight end Isaiah Likely.

 

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Buffalo Bills Strength: Quarterback

Buffalo Bills Strength: Quarterback

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Josh Allen is in the conversation as the best quarterback in the NFL after his performance over the last two seasons. He’s thrown for over 4,400 yards in consecutive years, and also offers mobility for the Bills’ dynamic offense.

 

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Buffalo Bills Weakness: Game Management

Buffalo Bills Weakness: Game Management

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It’s still a sore spot for Bills fans, but Sean McDermott’s game management was called into question on several occasions last year. It was never a more blatant issue than the end of regulation against the Chiefs in the Divisional Round when the defense allowed Patrick Mahomes and company to march down the field for a game-tying field goal.

 

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Carolina Panthers Strength: Secondary

Carolina Panthers Strength: Secondary

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The Panthers have done well to build a strong, young secondary headlined by Donte Jackson and recent draft picks Jaycee Horn and Jeremy Chinn. The team allowed only 6.3 yards per reception last year, and is hopeful the addition of veteran Xavier Woods at safety can help even more.

 

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Carolina Panthers Weakness: Quarterback

Carolina Panthers Weakness: Quarterback

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Quarterback has been an ongoing saga in Carolina since Matt Rhule was hired. Teddy Bridgewater wasn’t good enough in his first year, while Sam Darnold was a disaster last season. Adding former No. 1 overall draft pick Baker Mayfield offers some potential, but he’s been inconsistent and banged up for most of his NFL career.

 

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Chicago Bears Strength: Linebackers

Chicago Bears Strength: Linebackers

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The linebacker position is synonymous with the Bears’ history, and they have an excellent set currently headlined by stars Roquan Smith and Robert Quinn. The loss of Khalil Mack this offseason certainly hurts, however.

 

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Chicago Bears Weakness: Passing Game

Chicago Bears Weakness: Passing Game

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Justin Fields deserves a mulligan after struggling in his rookie season, but the optimism hasn’t increased much after the Bears lost Allen Robinson and failed to adequately address their offensive line. The struggles in the passing game are likely to continue in 2022.

 

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Cincinnati Bengals Strength: Passing Game

Cincinnati Bengals Strength: Passing Game

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With a healthy Joe Burrow and the addition of Ja’Marr Chase, the Bengals’ passing game was better than fans could have imagined last season. The team was top 10 in passing yards, yards per pass, and completion rate while operating as a fine-tuned machine, also with the help of Tee Higgins, Tyler Boyd, and Joe Mixon.

 

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Cincinnati Bengals Weakness: Pass Defense

Cincinnati Bengals Weakness: Pass Defense

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The secondary issues for the Bengals were glaring at times last year, as Eli Apple and the safeties were exposed. The team allowed nearly 250 passing yards per game, but have attempted to address their weakness with draft picks Dax Hill and Cam Taylor-Britt.

 

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Cleveland Browns Strength: Running Game

Cleveland Browns Strength: Running Game

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The Browns averaged 5.1 yards per rush attempt last season, with a terrific running back trio of Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, and D’Ernest Johnson, along with a powerful offensive line. The addition of Deshaun Watson late this season could make the running game even more dynamic.

 

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Cleveland Browns Weakness: Passing Game

Cleveland Browns Weakness: Passing Game

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Jacoby Brissett is set to start the first 11 games of the season until Deshaun Watson returns from suspension. While the Browns added Amari Cooper and rookie David Bell to their wideout corps, finding consistency could be difficult with the new quarterback situation.

 

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Dallas Cowboys Strength: Offense

Dallas Cowboys Strength: Offense

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Some of the weapons are different, but the Cowboys’ offense is expected to remain a strength this season with elite players like Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, Tony Pollard, and CeeDee Lamb. Still, the losses of Amari Cooper and Tyron Smith remain a concern that could cause some regression for what was the highest-scoring team in the league last year.

 

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Dallas Cowboys Weakness: Depth

Dallas Cowboys Weakness: Depth

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The Cowboys had more personnel losses than gains in the offseason, and now have serious depth issues on the offensive line, wide receiver, and the secondary. The team has already had bad luck in training camp with left tackle Tyron Smith and wideout James Washington, and can’t afford many more injuries.

 

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Denver Broncos Strength: Quarterback

Denver Broncos Strength: Quarterback

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Not since Peyton Manning have the Broncos been able to claim quarterback as a strength, but they can now say that again with Russell Wilson. The former Seahawks quarterback guided Seattle to nine consecutive winning seasons before suffering a finger injury last season and still throws the prettiest deep ball in the game.

 

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Denver Broncos Weakness: Pass Rush

Denver Broncos Weakness: Pass Rush

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Denver’s front seven looks very different after trading Von Miller last season, and the team also moved Shelby Harris in the offseason. Incumbent Bradley Chubb and the addition of Randy Gregory should help, but the Broncos’ pass rush remains a concern after ranking 17th in sack rate last season.

 

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Detroit Lions Strength: Offensive Line

Detroit Lions Strength: Offensive Line

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Detroit has heavily invested in their offensive line, with three former first-round picks, and it shows. 2021 first-rounder Penei Sewell is the more recent addition to the strong unit.

 

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Detroit Lions Weakness: Defense

Detroit Lions Weakness: Defense

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Detroit’s defense has been a mess recently, allowing the second most points per game last season after faring even worse in 2020. The team is hopeful youth will help, led by first-round pick Aidan Hutchinson.

 

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Green Bay Packers Strength: Quarterback

Green Bay Packers Strength: Quarterback

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Aaron Rodgers is still the field general in Green Bay, just off back-to-back NFL MVP Awards. Of course, he could find winning the award more difficult this season after losing significant talent at wideout.

 

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Green Bay Packers Weakness: Receivers

Green Bay Packers Weakness: Receivers

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The Packers lost their top two wideouts in the offseason, as Davante Adams and Marquez Valdes-Scantling went elsewhere. The organization likes the potential of rookies Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs, but it will likely take him for them to get comfortable. For now, veterans Allen Lazard, Randall Cobb, and Sammy Watkins, along with tight end Robert Tonyan, will be Aaron Rodgers’ best options.

 

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Houston Texans Strength: Offensive Weapons

Houston Texans Strength: Offensive Weapons

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There are certainly teams with better weapons, but the Texans look like they have a capable offensive cast with Brandin Cooks, Nico Collins, Marlon Mack, and rookie Dameon Pierce.

 

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Houston Texans Weakness: Offensive Line

Houston Texans Weakness: Offensive Line

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Laremy Tunsil is solid at left tackle, and the Texans like the potential of first-round pick Kenyon Green. Elsewhere, their offensive line is a problem, after the team rushed for only 3.4 yards per carry and failed to protect their quarterbacks last season.

 

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Indianapolis Colts Strength: Running Game

Indianapolis Colts Strength: Running Game

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Jonathan Taylor easily led the NFL in rushing last season. It’s not only his tremendous ability that makes this area a strength, but also an elite offensive line interior led by Quenton Nelson.

 

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Indianapolis Colts Weakness: Passing Game

Indianapolis Colts Weakness: Passing Game

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The Colts continue to play musical chairs at quarterback, with their fourth regular starter in four years. Matt Ryan has an MVP Award in his trophy case, but he’s clearly not the same quarterback that he was earlier in his career with Atlanta. Indy is just hoping for more stability than what they had last season with Carson Wentz.

 

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Jacksonville Jaguars Strength: Coaching

Jacksonville Jaguars Strength: Coaching

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Coaching was arguably Jacksonville’s most significant weakness last year during the Urban Meyer debacle, but it immediately became a strength when they hired Doug Pederson. The former Eagles head coach led his former team to a Super Bowl, and brings consistency and know-how from the Andy Reid coaching tree.

 

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Jacksonville Jaguars Weakness: Defense

Jacksonville Jaguars Weakness: Defense

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The turnover on defense for the Jags over the last five seasons has been alarming, partly explaining their downfall. The team failed to stop teams in any facet last year, though they do have potential with stars like Josh Allen and first-round picks Travon Walker and Devin Lloyd.

 

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Kansas City Chiefs Strength: Offense

Kansas City Chiefs Strength: Offense

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The Chiefs have finished in the top 10 in points scored in seven of nine seasons since Andy Reid was hired, and they have been among the elite in all four of Patrick Mahomes’ seasons. There is some concern of regression following the loss of Tyreek Hill, but the Chiefs now have a deeper crop of wideouts, along with future Hall of Fame tight end Travis Kelce leading the way.

 

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Kansas City Chiefs Weakness: Pass Rush

Kansas City Chiefs Weakness: Pass Rush

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The Chiefs struggled to generate pressure last season, with little push on the defensive line beyond Chris Jones. The weakness has been addressed with the additions of Carlos Dunlap and rookie George Karlaftis, but it remains to be seen if that will be enough.

 

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Las Vegas Raiders Strength: Passing Game

Las Vegas Raiders Strength: Passing Game

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A strong passing game that averaged nearly 270 yards per game last year is set to get even better this year after hiring Josh McDaniels and signing Davante Adams. Derek Carr still has former top options Darren Waller and Hunter Renfrow at his disposal, as well.

 

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Las Vegas Raiders Weakness: Offensive Line

Las Vegas Raiders Weakness: Offensive Line

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The glaring issues the former Raiders regime had drafting and developing talent show on the offensive line. Left tackle Kolton Miller could be the only above-average starter, while 2021 first-round pick Alex Leatherwood is already looking like a bust.

 

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Los Angeles Chargers Strength: Passing Game

Los Angeles Chargers Strength: Passing Game

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The Chargers’ passing game is already beginning to compete with the rival Chiefs in the AFC West. Justin Herbert looks elite through two NFL seasons, while wideouts Keenan Allen and Mike Williams are a terrific tandem. LA averaged over 280 passing yards per game in 2021.

 

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Los Angeles Chargers Weakness: Run Defense

Los Angeles Chargers Weakness: Run Defense

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Run defense isn’t the highest priority on a team that stresses analytics, but the Chargers still need improvement in that area. They allowed the third most rush yards in the league last year, and former first-round pick Kenneth Murray has regressed.

 

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Los Angeles Rams Strength: Passing Game

Los Angeles Rams Strength: Passing Game

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Head coach Sean McVay finally got his elite quarterback last year in Matthew Stafford, and the result was quite evident in the team’s excellent offense and eventual championship. The Stafford to Cooper Kupp connection was almost impossible to stop last year, and the Rams have added Allen Robinson this season.

 

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Los Angeles Rams Weakness: Depth

Los Angeles Rams Weakness: Depth

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The Rams continue to trade draft picks for players who can help them win now. That’s a good strategy for winning now until injuries strike. The team is already worried about Matthew Stafford’s barking elbow, and also has some depth issues on the offensive line and defense.

 

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Miami Dolphins Strength: Offensive Weapons

Miami Dolphins Strength: Offensive Weapons

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Miami’s offense was vanilla last year, but that’s set to change significantly. New head coach Mike McDaniel could present an exciting offense after the additions of Chase Edmonds, Tyreek Hill, and Cedrick Wilson joining Jaylen Waddle.

 

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Miami Dolphins Weakness: Quarterback

Miami Dolphins Weakness: Quarterback

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For all of Miami’s offensive additions, it’s still unclear if Tua Tagovailoa is the answer at quarterback. He’s continued to have injury issues, as he did in college at Alabama, and averaged only 6.8 yards per pass attempt last season.

 

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Minnesota Vikings Strength: Offensive Weapons

Minnesota Vikings Strength: Offensive Weapons

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Few teams can claim better offensive weapons than the Vikings. Justin Jefferson has had a historic first two seasons with over 3,000 yards receiving, Dalvin Cook remains an elite running back, and Adam Thielen is a tremendous Red Zone target. Minnesota is also excited about the return of tight end Irv Smith Jr. from injury.

 

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Minnesota Vikings Weakness: Defense

Minnesota Vikings Weakness: Defense

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Minnesota’s defense got old fast and is now facing the consequences. The team still has stars like Danielle Hunter, Eric Kendricks, and Harrison Smith, along with the addition of Za’Darius Smith, but the unit was bottom 10 in points and yards allowed last season.

 

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New England Patriots Strength: Quarterback

New England Patriots Strength: Quarterback

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It didn’t take long for the Patriots to find a long-term replacement for Tom Brady, as Mac Jones had a terrific rookie season in 2021. The team has higher hopes as he enters his second year.

 

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New England Patriots Weakness: Wide Receivers

New England Patriots Weakness: Wide Receivers

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To help Mac Jones reach his potential, the Pats need to do more at wide receiver. The only notable addition in the offseason was DeVante Parker, and the team lacks a high-upside target after striking out on N’Keal Harry and Nelson Agholor.

 

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New Orleans Saints Strength: Defense

New Orleans Saints Strength: Defense

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The Saints have developed an elite defense over the last two seasons. Most recently, they ranked fourth in points allowed last year, and promoted coordinator Dennis Allen to head coach during the offseason. While there have been significant changes at safety, the core of the strong unit remains intact.

 

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New Orleans Saints Weakness: Quarterback

New Orleans Saints Weakness: Quarterback

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Quarterback was a huge issue last season following the issue of Drew Brees. New Orleans is giving Jameis Winston another chance following knee surgery, but his history of turnovers and mediocre performance last season is concerning.

 

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New York Giants Strength: Offensive Weapons

New York Giants Strength: Offensive Weapons

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The Giants might have made a serious blunder by giving Kenny Golladay big money last offseason, but they still have great alternative weapons. Saquon Barkley remains a dynamic running back when healthy, while young wideouts Kadarius Toney and Wan’Dale Robinson show exciting potential.

 

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New York Giants Weakness: Quarterback

New York Giants Weakness: Quarterback

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Simply put, the Giants can’t win if Daniel Jones continues to play as poorly as he has in his first three seasons. He’s shown flashes of ability, but the turnovers have killed the team with 29 picks and 36 fumbles in only 38 career games.

 

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New York Jets Strength: Defensive Line

New York Jets Strength: Defensive Line

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Quinnen Williams remains one of the most talented interior defensive linemen in the league, and he’s set to get help this year. Carl Lawson is returning from injury, and first-round pick Jermaine Johnson should also provide immediate help.

 

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New York Jets Weakness: Quarterback

New York Jets Weakness: Quarterback

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Zach Wilson looked lost in his rookie season, and a knee injury is likely to sideline him for the start of 2022. He must make enormous strides for the Jets to have any chance of competing this year.

 

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Philadelphia Eagles Strength: Running Game

Philadelphia Eagles Strength: Running Game

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Philadelphia was the most run-heavy offense in the league last season and for good reason. He team averaged 5.0 yards per carry with a solid running back committee led by Miles Sanders, and quarterback Jalen Hurts also offers good running ability.

 

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Philadelphia Eagles Weakness: Passing Game

Philadelphia Eagles Weakness: Passing Game

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Hurts’ strength isn’t throwing the ball down the field, as the Eagles completed just over 61% of their passes last season and had less than seven yards per pass attempt. However, DeVonta Smith was excellent in his rookie season, and former Titans star A.J. Brown should have a significant impact.

 

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Pittsburgh Steelers Strength: Receivers

Pittsburgh Steelers Strength: Receivers

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The Steelers have been a wideout factor over the last two decades with stars like Hines Ward, Plaxico Burress, Santonio Holmes, Mike Wallace, and Antonio Brown. Their reputation for developing wideouts continues with a potentially elite trio of Diontae Johnson, Chase Claypool, and rookie George Pickens. Tight end Pat Freiermuth is also coming off an excellent rookie season.

 

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Pittsburgh Steelers Weakness: Quarterback

Pittsburgh Steelers Weakness: Quarterback

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The play at quarterback was waning with the final days of Ben Roethlisberger, and the position remains a concern with Mitchell Trubisky and rookie Kenny Pickett. With a solid supporting cast, the Steelers don’t need much at quarterback to remain competitive, fortunately.

 

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San Francisco 49ers Strength: Pass Rush

San Francisco 49ers Strength: Pass Rush

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Quarterbacks were in constant pressure against the 49ers last season, with a terrific defensive line led by Nick Bosa leading the charge. San Francisco ranked third in sack rate, and hopes to get even better this season after drafting Drake Jackson in the second round.

 

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San Francisco 49ers Weakness: Quarterback

San Francisco 49ers Weakness: Quarterback

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No one really knows what the 49ers have in Trey Lance. The second-year quarterback struggled when he got an opportunity last season, but the team seems all in on him this year. His ability to pass the ball down the field should determine the team’s ceiling.

 

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Seattle Seahawks Strength: Running Game

Seattle Seahawks Strength: Running Game

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Seattle’s running game really came on late last season when Rashaad Penny got an opportunity. The former first-round pick led the league with 6.3 yards per carry, and Seattle has added further help with second-round rookie Kenneth Walker.

 

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Seattle Seahawks Weakness: Quarterback

Seattle Seahawks Weakness: Quarterback

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Seattle traded Russell Wilson in the offseason, but inexplicably failed to add a viable replacement. They head into Week 1 with Geno Smith as the starter, who went 1-2 as the starter last season and has never shown much upside in his nine NFL seasons.

 

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Strength: Offensive Weapons

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Strength: Offensive Weapons

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While Tom Brady lost Rob Gronkowski in the offseason, the Bucs still have an embarrassment of riches to help him. Stars Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and Leonard Fournette remain, but the team added Russell Gage, Julio Jones, Kyle Rudolph, and rookie running back Rachaad White.

 

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Weakness: Offensive Line

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Weakness: Offensive Line

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The Bucs remain solid on the edges of the offensive line with Donovan Smith and Tristan Wirfs, but the interior is a huge concern. The team lost center Ryan Jensen to injury, with guards Ali Marpet and Alex Cappa are also gone.

 

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Tennessee Titans Strength: Running Game

Tennessee Titans Strength: Running Game

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Derrick Henry joined the 2,000-yard club two years ago, but the Titans proved they could run the ball without him when he fractured his foot last season. They now have a healthy Henry again, and will lean on him after significant losses at wideout.

 

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Tennessee Titans Weakness: Passing Game

Tennessee Titans Weakness: Passing Game

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The passing game was a weakness for Tennessee before losing A.J. Brown and Julio Jones in the offseason. Tennessee is hopeful that Robert Woods and rookie Treylon Burks can fill the void for Ryan Tannehill this season, but the passing game will take a hit.

 

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Washington Commanders Strength: Offensive Weapons

Washington Commanders Strength: Offensive Weapons

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The strength of the offense remains to be seen with Carson Wentz at quarterback, but it won’t be for lack of offensive weapons. Terry McLaurin has been a highly productive wideout since he was drafted in 2019, and he’s joined by first-round pick Jahan Dotson and a healthy Curtis Samuel. Tight end Logan Thomas has developed nicely at the position, and the running back room looks terrific with rookie Brian Robinson joining Antonio Gibson and J.D. McKissic.

 

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Washington Commanders Weakness: Secondary

Washington Commanders Weakness: Secondary

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Washington failed to stop the pass last season, and has done very little to address the defensive back issues. William Jackson struggled in his first year with the team, while the organization is still trying to recover at safety from free agent bust Landon Collins. The team needs more from safeties Bobby McCain and Kamren Curl this season to stop the bleeding.





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