The New England Patriots ground down the Los Angeles Rams in a famously boring Super Bowl in February, and with the new football season upon us, fans are ready to move on and start wondering about all the things that could happen during the 2019 NFL season.
It's never to early to wonder who will win Super Bowl LIV? Which predictions will come true and which rumors are too good to be true? Which players will break out and which will regress? Who ends up in a trade and who stays put? As with every NFL season, injuries will be a huge factor in how the standings shake out this season, with some of the best players in the NFL like Andrew Luck, Saquon Barkley, and Aaron Rodgers all carrying the hopes of their teams on their shoulders and looking to stay healthy.
Once the season starts, teams like the Arizona Cardinals, who finished with the worst record in football last season, will be looking to turn things around, with the help of some of their big 2019 NFL Draft picks. Players like Le'Veon Bell, who sat out the whole 2018 season, and Antonio Brown, in a new city, will also be looking to make their presence felt on the league as well.
So what do you think will happen next season? Which of these predictions for the 2019 season are most likely to come true? Which do you think could never happen? Help decide on the rankings below.
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RETIRED BEFORE 2019 SEASON
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TRUE-ISH: Antonio Brown was released (rather than traded) before the season without ever scoring for the Oakland Raiders.
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