Given that the 2023-2024 season is about to start national football leaguestaff of sports news there are risky forecasts, or “Bold Prediction”, That’s the English term for it. What is this about?some kind forecast what will it look like kind of weird or illogical. There are always surprises, and we look for them before we get into action…
In 2022, we achieved great success. We will benefit from it. There are also some bugs that we won’t hide…
- John Estevez predicted a great year Patrick Mahomes Despite speculation that he’ll have more yards and touchdowns than in 2021, Tyreek Hill isn’t on his side.But more than that: It was definitely a down year tom brady (will retire) and justin jefferson He finished with 1,809 yards, not far off Calvin Johnson’s record and only 155 yards behind the former Detroit Lions.Plus, he hit the mark with a losing year tennessee titans.
- Mauro Mariani He also has a good understanding of the “West Coast No Party” that will happen this season and the Vince Lombardi trophy will move. miami dolphins effectively made it to the playoffs despite new york jets He didn’t have the best record in years (it was there). Chris Olaf He didn’t break the rookie record either. michael thomas Only 95 yards behind.
- pooh iyer He had a memorable year, and after going 0 for 3, he wanted to redeem himself. The Pittsburgh Steelers didn’t make it back to the playoffs, Justin Jefferson had less than 2,000 yards on the drive and Justin Herbert didn’t hit the 50-touchdown club in a year . The Los Angeles Chargers quarterback was as inaccurate as Pooh: He threw just 25 pitches.
- Jacob Kamenke He went all-in and passed a very close result: The Detroit Lions had a great year but didn’t make the playoffs.
Risk predictions: The NFL’s “bold predictions” for 2023-2024
Carolina Panthers set to win division and return to playoffs
With the 2023 draft looming, the Carolina Panthers have committed their future to Bryce Young. He decided to trade his best receiver, DJ Moore, and put his trust in the young quarterback. This game may seem aggressive, but it will surely achieve good results, and the team will return to the playoffs after a five-year drought.
Aaron Rodgers is not what he used to be
After a quality time with the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers asked to leave and found a destination with the New York Jets. The 39-year-old will have a fresh start with the goal of repeating some of his success at Lambeau Field, where he won a ring (2010) and was named season MVP four times. but it won’t be…
While New York has plenty of talent around Rodgers, Rodgers won’t hit the clutch and will have a slow season. His numbers might not be too far off the 2021 record: 3,695 yards and 26 touchdowns.
It’s Time for Justin Jefferson to Break the Record
Justin Jefferson is the best receiver in the NFL, and predicting he’ll win the battle for most passing yards is a “sure thing.” Therefore, predictions suggest that he will break Calvin Johnson’s record. The former Detroit Lions stopped for 1,964 yards in 2012. Cooper Kupp isn’t far behind with 1,947 yards in 2021; the Minnesota Vikings receiver himself is stuck at 1,809 in 2022. It’s time, it’s time…
Jets won’t win playoff game
New York should have a solid defense in 2023, but what really makes them Super Bowl favorites is the hype surrounding the arrival of new quarterback Aaron Rodgers. However, Rodgers’ arrival wasn’t enough to turn a 7-10 team into one of the AFC Champions League contenders.
The truth is, I can’t imagine the Jets winning the playoffs. Logic dictates that at most they can finish second in the division behind the Buffalo Bills, which would lead to a wild-card round on the road. Possibly against the Jacksonville Jaguars or whatever team wins in the AFC North (Bengals or Ravens).
New York’s offense doesn’t have any big names around Rodgers other than Garrett Wilson, and their offensive line will be a problem against any good opponent.
Bijan Robinson set to lead NFL in rushing yards
Not much to think about here: The Falcons were the team with the most possessions last season, and without a capable quarterback (Desmond Reed), they should repeat that strategy in 2023. With an outstanding offensive line, the stage is perfect for rookie Bijan Robinson who ranks in the top 1,000 rushing yards and leads the NFL in that field.
If Tyler Algaier and Kodarell Patterson look like star running backs in 2022, who knows what the ceiling will be for a generational talent like Robinson.
Dallas Cowboys Advance to Super Bowl
The Dallas Cowboys finally ended their Super Bowl drought. At least that’s how it looks in big games. The NL looks better than the very tough AFC, at least on the eve of the season, and only three teams have real title aspirations: the Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers.
It will be difficult for the Eagles to repeat the NFC title they won last season. From 2000 to the present, only the Seahawks have won the division championship in two consecutive years in 2014 and 2015. As far as San Francisco goes, it has a super solid structure, but it’s hard to imagine Brock Purdy or Sam Darnold dominating the hottest postseason.
The Cowboys don’t have any objections, other than the doubts Mike McCarthy might have on offense, but they do have plenty advantage: They add quality players from both sides, such as Brandin Cooks and Stephon Gilmore, to the team’s 12-game winning streak in 2022. This will be the year Dak Prescott makes the playoffs and Micah Parsons should win Defensive Player of the Year.
The New York Jets will be champions
That’s adventure, that’s what we do, right? The New York Jets are No. 1 in the AFC East and have the second-best record in the entire AL, heading into the Super Bowl with a road win over the Kansas City Chiefs. In this important game they will face the San Francisco 49ers. Robert Saleh will beat his former team and sabotage Kyle Shanahan’s plans again.
Christian McCaffrey breaks scrimmage yardage record
Chris Johnson holds the 2,509 scrimmage record with the Titans in 2009. However, Christian McCaffrey should get plenty of opportunities as the running and receiving focal point in an offense designed for him. Opportunity from Brock Purdy, giving him a chance to have a 1,000-1,000+ season in both rushing and receiving yards.
Trevor Lawrence wins NFL MVP
Carson Wentz is one of the MVP favorites entering his second year under Philadelphia offensive coach Doug Pederson. Building on Lawrence’s strong performance in the second half of the 2022 season and in the playoffs, expect a similar increase in his production with a deep and explosive offense equipped with many weapons.