The NFL 2022 regular season is a little less than a month away. Training camps have been under swing with preseason games coming up. Some teams will obviously be better than others this season though. There are some things that can also be unpredictable during football every single season though. What are the bold predictions for the upcoming year for each and every single NFL team?
New York Giants: Tyrod Taylor starts more games at quarterback than Daniel Jones does.
Philadelphia Eagles: They will win the NFC East.
Dallas Cowboys: CeeDee Lamb finishes with the most receiving yards in the NFL.
Washington Commanders: Washington gets a wild card spot in the NFC.
Green Bay Packers: Romeo Doubs wins Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Minnesota Vikings: Justin Jefferson will finish with over 120 receptions.
Detroit Lions: They finish in second place in the NFC North and contend for a wild card spot.
Chicago Bears: No wide receiver reaches 600 yards.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: A lack of an offensive line will cause them to have a Bottom 10 offense.
New Orleans Saints: They win the NFC South.
Atlanta Falcons: They will have the worst-ranked offense in football.
Carolina Panthers: Matt Rhule will be the first head coach fired.
Seattle Seahawks: Geno Smith has a decent year and throws for 3500 yards and 20 touchdowns.
Arizona Cardinals: They finally win the NFC West title.
San Francisco 49ers: They miss the playoffs because of the unknown with quarterback Trey Lance.
Los Angeles Rams: Allen Robinson II will have more touchdowns than Cooper Kupp.
New York Jets: Zach Wilson throws for 4000 yards and 30 touchdowns.
New England Patriots: They finish in last place in the AFC East.
Miami Dolphins: They will have a Top 10 ranked offense with the improvement of quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and head coach Mike McDaniel.
Buffalo Bills: They will finish with the best record in the NFL.
Tennessee Titans: Jeffrey Simmons wins the Defensive Player of the Year Award.
Indianapolis Colts: Alec Pierce will be the best wide receiver on the Indianapolis Colts roster though.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Trevor Lawrence will be much improved this season under head coach Doug Pederson.
Pittsburgh Steelers: George Pickens leads the team in all receiving categories as a rookie though.
Baltimore Ravens: They finish with double-digit wins and get back to the postseason.
Cincinnati Bengals: Will have the number one ranked offense in football.
Cleveland Browns: They don’t win more than four games this season with all of the dysfunction.
Los Angeles Chargers: They finish in last place in the AFC West despite double-digit wins.
Las Vegas Raiders: They will finish in first place in the AFC West.
Kansas City Chiefs: They will not have a Top 10 ranked offense in the NFL.
Denver Broncos: Russell Wilson wins NFL MVP for the first time in his NFL career though.