The 2022 NFL season is going to be exciting

NFL Kickoff to the 2021 Season. (Photo by: Jeffrey Beall)
NFL Kickoff to the 2021 Season. (Photo by: Jeffrey Beall)

After seven months of waiting, the NFL is coming back. This season is going to be an exciting season for football fans because of what happened in the crazy offseason. Many teams had massive changes in their rosters, and this may have changed the dynamics of those teams.

Every offseason, there seems to be some interesting moves from players to new teams, but this offseason saw a big change.

 Russel Wilson, longtime Seattle Seahawks quarterback, was traded to the Denver Broncos. Along with Wilson, there were some big name wide receivers traded as well. Davante Adams, formerly a Green Bay Packer, was traded to the Las Vegas Raiders.The Kansas City Chiefs traded deep threat receiver Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins. 

On the defensive side of the ball, there were also some big trades that occurred as well. Khalil Mack, an outside linebacker, was traded from the Chicago Bears to the Los Angeles Chargers.

At the end of last season, there seemed to be no thought that some of these players could end up on different teams. These trades may lead to a new, exciting era for many teams. 

Along with several teams getting new players, some teams are raring to pick up right where they left off. Fresh off a Super Bowl victory, the Los Angeles Rams aim to repeat last year. The team that lost in the Super Bowl, the Cincinnati Bengals, looks to have a redemption year. 

Tom Brady, who retired after last season and then unretired in March, looks to lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a Super Bowl victory, which would be his eighth Super Bowl win.

This NFL season is going to be a thrilling one for fans everywhere. The regular season is set to kick off on Sept. 8 at 8:20 p.m. with the Buffalo Bills visiting Los Angeles to take on the defending champs: the Los Angeles Rams. 

With the start of the season, I would like to give my Playoff Predictions for this upcoming season. 

AFC

  1. Buffalo BIlls
  2. Tennessee Titans
  3. Cincinnati Bengals
  4. Los Angeles Chargers
  5. Denver Broncos
  6. Miami Dolphins
  7. Kansas City Chiefs

NFC

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  2. Los Angeles Rams
  3. Green Bay Packers
  4. Dallas Cowboys
  5. San Francisco 49ers
  6. Philadelphia Eagles
  7. Minnesota Vikings

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