After missing the playoffs for the first time in five seasons, the Pittsburgh Steelers have hit the reset button. Gone are Antonio Brown and Le'Veon Bell, a pair of All-Pros considered the best players in the NFL at their position at one point. Now there's no doubt that this is Ben Roethlisberger's team, but the 37-year-old quarterback can't do it by himself.
The 2018 Chicago Bears were arguably the biggest surprise in the NFL last year. They posted a 12-4 record, had their first winning season since 2012 (10-6), and pulled off two other feats by winning their first division title and making their first playoff appearance since 2010.
Philadelphia Eagles fans are some of the most ferocious in pro football. Their hijinks are the stuff of sports legend, including their throwing snowballs at Santa Claus at a halftime show in 1968.
But even though they may be nasty, they are intensely loyal, selling out every home game since 1999. Throughout the franchise's 86-year history, these fans have also been rewarded with some great teams.
The Los Angeles Rams came up short in the Super Bowl against New England, but the expectation is that this team will make another run this season. There are some questions for Sean McVay's team, however, starting with the health of Todd Gurley's knee and a reshuffled offensive line. Meanwhile, most of the attention this offseason has been paid to the changes made by the Arizona Cardinals, highlighted by No. 1 overall pick Kyler Murray and new head coach Kliff Kingsbury.
"Hard Knocks" has come and gone. A head coach has, again, come and gone. But for the first time in a long time, there's something new that has arrived in Cleveland and it might just be here to stay: hope.
It's been nearly a quarter of a century since America's Team last hoisted the Lombardi Trophy but owner Jerry Jones and the rest of the Cowboys faithful have every reason to believe the 2019 season could put an end to that drought. The only issue? Well, the drama is certainly not lacking in Big D.
New Orleans is the two-time defending NFC South champion while no other team finished better than 7-9 last season. The Saints hope their Super Bowl window is still open while Atlanta, Carolina and Tampa Bay are looking to turn things around.
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