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What NFL Teams could Make a Comeback this Season?


When it comes to the NFL, there are going to be top-tier and bottom-tier teams, Superbowl contenders, and the bottom-of-the-barrel. In the 2023 NFL Season, We had seen teams who were good lose in the conference championship games, and also we had seen teams scrapping and scraping by to get their first win of the season. However, teams that were performing much better than they had the year before, had shown a massive improvement, like the Houston Texans, or the Detroit Lions. But, will we see anything like that in the next season?


Arizona Cardinals

Being one of the worst teams in the league for the past two years, the Cardinals have had a lot of disappointment, as their quarterback struggled to stay in good condition and the receivers were players that many fans hadn’t even heard of. When it comes to the defense, it still hasn’t shown much improvement, but this team has added a lot of players and a lot of players will be returning from injuries that had not allowed them to play in the previous year. The Cardinals have a tight end that came out of nowhere, had shown up and become a top-tier tight end in the league, a running back that can average a decent amount of yards per carry, and drafting one of the biggest prospects in the history of the NFL when it comes to wide receivers. The team may not show a Superbowl contending roster, but in all honesty, the team is set to do much better than they had for the past two years, and I expect the team to get a minimum of five wins this season, which may not seem incredible but is a good point for the team.

Chicago Bears

Even though I am a Detroit Lions fan, I cannot deny the fact that the Bears made some incredible moves during this off-season. It’s so incredible that I wrote a whole individual story about it. But this team made many moves; they improved the safety position by adding Kevin Byard who formerly played for the Tennessee Titans and the Philadelphia Eagles. And that only makes their defense even better, as I believe they’re in contention for a top-ten defense. Their linebackers are the best in the division and the offense is only more impressive. By drafting Rome Odunze and Caleb Williams, the team filled a spot at quarterback and solidified the receiving core, since they now have Keenan Allen and D.J. Moore. The only issue I can think of for this team is that the offensive line isn’t a super productive part of the team. If it were to come down to my rankings, I’d put the offensive line in the 16-20 ranked offensive line among other teams in the league. However, I don’t know if it will truly impact the team, as Darnell Wright, the right tackle for the Bears, still has time to develop and could even break out his Sophomore season in the league.

Tennessee Titans

Before I even start talking about this team, the offensive line is terrible; but the team is still developing the line as Peter Skoronski is going into his second season, and drafting JC Latham improves the exterior line much more. The Tennessee Titans weren’t that good last season. They did have Derrick Henry, but now he’s gone, and many fans have begun to write off this team. In reality, the team is only going to improve after getting rid of their star running back. Signing Tony Pollard won’t exactly fix the hole that Derrick Henry left when he left, but it will be serviceable as he will share carries with Tyjae Spears, who I believe will be a decent running back now that he doesn’t have a top-tier running back taking up most of the carries. And what lots of people have begun to forget, is that the receiving core is old, but still an incredible core. The defense boasts a defensive line that could potentially be one of the best interior-wise, as Jeffery Simmons gets to play alongside T’vondre Sweat, who will probably be one of if not the best defensive linemen in the NFL draft. Chidobe Awuzie and L’jarius Sneed will get to play together as well, creating a decent cornerback duo in the league. Overall, I believe the Titans will make the biggest improvement in the offseason and will have a serious chance to win the division and potentially make some noise in the playoffs if they can make it that far.

While I try to not be biased, it’s clear that, to me, the offensive line is the most important part of these teams and without a good offensive line, you’re without a good team. It’ll be exciting to see each of these teams play, and I hope the Titans can make a lot of noise this season and prove all the fans that are doubting them wrong.

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Sam Bauchan
Sam Bauchan, Staff
Sam is a student at Forest Hills Central; he is going into his Sophomore year in high school. He only plays one sport, that being JV football. He plays Center on the Offensive Line. Some things Sam would like you to know about him is that his favorite NFL player is Jamaal Williams, and he also loves Kenneth Walker III.  His favorite food is some fried chicken from Wingstop. But to be fair, if you got him anything from Wingstop, he would be super happy. He is a big fan of the Detroit Lions. Favorite movie: He loves Happy Gilmore Something he loves: Stouffer's Family Size Meatloaf Something he hates: He hates watching movies. His favorite gym lift: Power Clean  

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