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San Francisco
Whoever ends up under center for the 49ers in 2021 will have a top-notch offensive strategist putting together game plans and numerous primo skill-position players with which to operate.  Read Our 49ers Preview
The Bears continue their search for a franchise quarterback, this time in the form of rookie Justin Fields. But he'll have to wait to get on the field with veteran Andy Dalton on hand.  Read Our Bears Preview
Getting back Joe Burrow is key to the Bengals' evolution, but which version of the 2020 first overall pick remains to be seen after he suffered multiple ligament tears in his left knee as a rookie.  Read Our Bengals Preview
Josh Allen finally put it all together for the Bills in 2020 en route to a division title and appearance in the AFC Championship Game. They'll look to take the next step this season.  Read Our Bills Preview
The Broncos open training camp with a QB competition, and whoever wins the battle between Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater will have a top-level WR back to health in the form of Courtland Sutton.  Read Our Broncos Preview
Paced by lead running back Nick Chubb and other name skill-position players, the Browns will aim for back-to-back playoff appearances for the first time in 2021 since the team had five such berths from 1985-89.  Read Our Browns Preview
Tampa Bay
Seeking his eighth Super Bowl ring likely is enough to motivate Tom Brady, but no team has won back-to-back titles since his Patriots in 2003-04. The Bucs are all in to do just that in 2021.  Read Our Buccaneers Preview
The Cardinals are looking to take advantage of the roster flexibility afforded by Kyler Murray, who has two years left on a "cheap" rookie deal.  Read Our Cardinals Preview
Los Angeles
With Justin Herbert under center and a defensive savant as head coach, the Chargers will look to move up the pecking order in an AFC dominated by the division rival Chiefs the past few seasons.  Read Our Chargers Preview
Kansas City
After his worst moment in a big spot in Super Bowl LV - in terms of both performance and result - Patrick Mahomes will have his cohorts primed for a fourth straight deep postseason run.  Read Our Chiefs Preview
In the wake of Philip Rivers' retirement, the Colts have decided to give Carson Wentz a second chance. But Indy's offense nonetheless revolves around second-year running back Jonathan Taylor.  Read Our Colts Preview
Dak Prescott is back from a gruesome ankle injury, leading a Cowboys squad looking for better luck on the health front.  Read Our Cowboys Preview
With no obstacles in his path to the starting job, Tua Tagovailoa is the leader of the Dolphins offense. Still, Miami's defense may be its best ticket to reach the playoffs for the first time since 2016.  Read Our Dolphins Preview
It's the dawn of a new era in Philadelphia, where coach Nick Sirianni and QB Jalen Hurts join a number of franchise fixtures to help get the Eagles back on a winning track.  Read Our Eagles Preview
The Falcons boast a brand-new coaching stuff and altered skill-position group, but Matt Ryan remains under center as the team seeks its first winning season since 2017.  Read Our Falcons Preview
Football Team
Washington brought in Ryan Fitzpatrick to provide steadiness at QB. Such was the state of the position before him, which should help the offense get out of the NFL's bottom third for the first time since 2017.  Read Our Football Team Preview
New York
Which Saquon Barkley will be on display post-right knee injury? If it's the version of 2018-2019, he'll be worthy of his ADP.  Read Our Giants Preview
Three years removed from an AFC Championship Game appearance, the Jaguars reached their nadir in 2020. Both the GM and coaching staff have been replaced, and Trevor Lawrence arrives to lead the revival.  Read Our Jaguars Preview
New York
The Jets are on a rebuilding path after two disastrous seasons under Adam Gase, with fresh faces at head coach and quarterback setting the tone.  Read Our Jets Preview
In the aftermath of the failed Matt Patricia experiment and with Matthew Stafford no longer under center, the Lions have nowhere to look but up as they set about on another rebuild.  Read Our Lions Preview
Green Bay
After a drama-filled offseason, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers put aside their differences for perhaps one last run together. And the QB has all the pieces to strive for a second Vince Lombardi Trophy.  Read Our Packers Preview
With Christian McCaffrey back in the saddle and improvements across the roster, the Panthers will look to take the next step under coach Matt Rhule.  Read Our Panthers Preview
New England
If Year 2 of the Cam Newton experience doesn't go as planned, a rookie signal-caller could be calling the shots sooner than later.  Read Our Patriots Preview
Las Vegas
The Raiders offense has slowly but surely improved in three years under Jon Gruden, but a lack of progress on the other side of the ball has placed a cap on the team's potential.  Read Our Raiders Preview
Los Angeles
The swap of Jared Goff for Matthew Stafford was geared toward getting the Rams back on a championship track, but Cam Akers' offseason Achilles tear throws a wrench into those plans.  Read Our Rams Preview
The Lamar Jackson show rumbles on in Baltimore, accompanied by a dynamic skill-position group and top-tier defense.  Read Our Ravens Preview
New Orleans
The Saints never fully capitalized on the twilight of Drew Brees' career. With the QB moving on to retired life, the offense will begin the year without Michael Thomas, setting up Alvin Kamara to feast.  Read Our Saints Preview
As long as Russell Wilson is running on all cylinders in Seattle, skill-position mates DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett and Chris Carson will remain highly coveted and productive fantasy assets.  Read Our Seahawks Preview
The Steelers will aim for a more balanced offense with Najee Harris on board, but the team's success (or lack thereof) may rest on Ben Roethlisberger's arm.  Read Our Steelers Preview
With Deshaun Watson, the Texans at least could be frisky this season. If he's gone or not available, however, they may struggle to notch more than a few wins.  Read Our Texans Preview
The Titans offense is centered around the Derrick Henry show, but Julio Jones' arrival means more fun will be had by Ryan Tannehill, A.J. Brown and company.  Read Our Titans Preview
The Vikings boast one of the more balanced offenses in the league, and if the defense is as leaky as last season, Dalvin Cook, Justin Jefferson and company could have plenty of chances to continue to cook.  Read Our Vikings Preview