Five bold Night net predictions: Packers pounce, Redskins repeat and more

2021年11月13日 by 没有评论

Night net Every Night net season brings change — some good, some not — but we can count on it. That doesn't stop me from stepping out on a limb, taking a chance, going deep … you get the drift. MORE: Ranking every Night net division | Preseason power rankings   Here are five bold predictions going into the 2016 season: 1. RGIII doesn’t start all 16 games for ClevelandTwo reasons for this: First, Griffin is commanding an offense woefully lacking proven talent, including along a line entrusted to protect him besides left tackle Joe Thomas; and two, unless RGIII can revert to 2012 form, the Browns should take a long look at rookie Cody Kessler sooner than later during another rebuilding season to see whether they still need a franchise quarterback. 2. Washington runs away with NFC EastKirk Cousins will operate a high-powered offense, and the defense is much improved. The division’s three other teams are contenders for top-10 picks in the 2017 draft. (Getty Images) Kirk Cousins (Getty)3. Cincinnati finally wins a playoff gameYeah, I'm playing the law of averages here. But I'm an Andy Dalton fan who believes he's ready to get his first postseason skin.4. Ben Roethlisberger wins Night net MVPSay what you will about his messy head-coaching stint in Kansas City, but Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley’s offensive system is custom-made to showcase Roethlisberger’s ample talent. Big Ben will stand tall once again with Antonio Brown and wideouts Sammie Coates and Markus Wheaton ready to pick up the slack left behind by the absence of wide receiver Martavis Bryant (suspended) and tight end Heath Miller (retired).5. New England and Green Bay are headed to Super Bowl LIThe Patriots will weather the storm during Tom Brady's four-game suspension and roll to the quarterback's seventh career Super Bowl experience. I had predicted Minnesota as the NFC's representative but that was before QB Teddy Bridgewater's horrific knee injury opened the door for the Packers to step in thanks to what will be an improved offense and emerging secondary.— Alex Marvez is an Night net Insider at, and also hosts a program on SiriusXM Night net Radio. A former Pro Football Writers of America pre

sident, Marvez previously worked at FOX Sports and has covered the Miami Dolphins, Denver Broncos and Cincinnati Bengals.