Rahman’s Pound-4-Pound Rankings

  1. Errol Spence Jr. (28-0-0)

2. Canelo Alvarez (57-2-2)

3. Terrence Crawford (38-0-0)

4. Naoya Inoue (22-0-0)

5. Shakur Stevenson (17-0-0)

6. Oleksandr Usyk (19-0-0)

7. Gervonta ‘Tank” Davis (26-0-0)

8. Jermell Charlo (35-1-1)

9. Vasiliy Lomachenko (16-2-0)

10. David Benavidez (26-0-0)

Notable names that are lingering around the PFP List (not in order)

  • Juan Estrada
  • Jermall Charlo
  • GGG
  • Boots Ennis
  • Josh Taylor
  • George Kambosos Jr.
  • Artur Beterbiev
  • Devin Haney
  • Teofimo Lopez
  • Stephen Fulton Jr.

* Tyson Fury was not listed because of his recent retirement.

TURBULENCE OVER, JETS TIME FOR TAKEOFF?

Insane that the NY Jets 4-13 season could be looked at as a successful season, right? Well, that is not the craziest thing in the world to say when you look past the record. Coach Robert Saleh, was one of six first year coaches in the league won over his higher-ups and locker-room in a timely-manner. After being selected to coach the National team during the Senior Bowl, the NY Jets coaching staff not only picked up a win but was also praised for excellent management of Senior Bowl practices. Saleh spoke on how the advantages of coaching the senior bowl, especially for a team with 9 picks in this years draft and 4 in the first 38 picks. Coach Saleh is well-respected throughout the league and more importantly the locker rooms. Jets Linebacker and defensive leader, CJ Mosley was one of many to praise Coach Saleh by describing coach as “a person you want to be around”. Mosley went on to elaborate on the feelings towards Coach Saleh, saying that “He has that energy that brings people closer, that makes you want to go the extra mile for him, for your teammates and for your families.” Managing to keep a high player morale, get positive player feedback about the future of the team while showing improvements throughout a season that is not going how you planned is a testament to the job Saleh has done thus far. 

The Jets finished last in the AFC East with the worst overall defense in the NFL. The average age for the Jets week 1 defense was 25 years old. Seven of the 11 week 1 starters were 25-or-under. None of the remaining 4 being older than 30. In true Jets fashion the team was plagued with injuries throughout the season making an already historically young defense more vulnerable. The Jets lost Carl Lawson to a ruptured achilles tendon who was having an outstanding training camp with the team. Lawson have being arguably the best pure pass rusher to hit free agency this past offseason was predicted for a breakout season in his new-look Jets uniform. It was a huge hit to lose him right before the season while a fews weeks later going on to lose Safety Marcus Maye for the season as well. At one point the Jets top six linebackers were inactive on IR or doubtful causing them to sign B.J. Goodson who played one game with the Jets before deciding to retire. In the midst of injury central, the NY Jets were able to develop and discover pieces that will be vital to the Jets future success. However, it will be exhilarating for the Jets to have Carl Lawson lining up on the opposing side of John-Franklin-Myers. Franklin-Myers is an elite pass-rusher on the interior and elite run defender on the edge. Franklin-Myers tied for 18th among edge defenders with 53 pressures, the most ever recorded by a Jets edge defender in a single season since 2006. Although, this was a step down to the impact Franklin-Myers had in 2020 lining up in the interior where he ranked eighth among IDL with 51 pressures and did it on a astounding pressure rate of 14.4%, which ranked third-best among qualified IDL trailing only Stephon Tuitt and Aaron Donald which is pretty talented company. It will be interesting to see where Saleh & the Jets decide to place Franklin-Myer but do not be surprised to see him lining up both as an edge-rusher and IDL next season considering Jets still have consistently developing Quinnen Williams. Williams tied with outside DL John Franklin-Myers for the team lead with 6.0 sacks and was second with 12 QB hits to JFM’s 14.  Starting off the season with a foot injury followed by a shoulder injury and COVID Williams was stopped from having the season he hoped to have, ending the season with only 6 sacks. In his end-of-year conference Williams showed self-awareness that should make staff and fans feel good. Williams stated that, “I have games where I make big plays and I have games where I just do my job and I’m an above-average defensive tackle in the league” . Quinnen believes he has the ability to “dominate and take over games like Aaron Donald and Fletcher Cox and those guys on the elite level” if he can work on his consistency. It may sound crazy for Quinnen Williams to compare himself to the likes of those players but it’s not and here’s why. In a healthy 2020 season Williams recorded 13 sacks and 26 QBHs, which may not be Aaron Donald numbers but still is game-changing numbers. Quinnen was not the only Williams to be in a Jets uniform this season and honestly he was not the best Williams in a Jets uniform this year. Quincy Williams, older brother of Quinnen Williams was acquired off waiver wire and took full advantage to the point the NY Jets front office have began to see Pro-Bowl potential in Quincy. He responded to his opportunity by recording 107 tackles, making big plays and having highlight worthy hits. Quincy had the second most tackles on the team while playing the 3rd most snaps on the team during his time playing beside his LB running mate CJ Mosley. CJ & Quincy were the first Jets to surpass 100 tackles each in the same season since LB Avery Williamson (120) and S Jamal Adams (115) in 2018. Jets are nothing less than thrilled of this breakout, but also because they finally got to see what they paid for with CJ Mosley.

Pro-bowl Linebacker CJ Mosley being active for a majority of the season after missing two seasons meant enormous amount to not only the Jets fans but the organization as a whole. To the standards of CJ Mosley, some fans were disappointed in his season saying he looked ‘washed’ and some fans were pleased with his performance. Between not being able to build chemistry with the defense because of the injuries and returning from a two-year hiatus CJ Mosley showed disappointing lows such as 17 missed tackles and unusual bad pass coverage. However, the Jets defensive captain CJ Mosley was no slouch and showed he still has plenty left to give the Jets defense tallying 168 tackles for the season, which placed 3rd in the league. Between filling the gaps, making open field tackles or just making clutch stops for the Jets, Mosley was his vintage pro-bowl self. It will be interesting to see a healthy CJ Mosley, Carl Lawson, Franklin-Myers, Quincy Williams and Quinnen Williams lead this Jets defense next year. Potential breakout talent does not stop there for the Jets while have high hopes for 23 year old edge rusher Bryce Huff who missed half the season with injuries. Huff, a 2020 UDFA went on to play 14 games registering two sacks, 16 tackles, four tackles for loss, and four QB hits in his rookie season while playing around 26 percent of defensive snaps and becoming a regular in the front-seven rotation. Huff was named potential breakout player for the 2021-22 season seeing that Saleh’s 4-3 scheme was more fitting for Huff opposed to the 3-4 scheme the Jets ran prior to Saleh. Other than Quincy Williams the Jets breakout player turned out to be the emergence of second-year cornerback Bryce Hall. Jets made a big get with Hall making him CB1 and it paid off. Hall finished with 79 tackles (66 solo), 16 passes defensed which tied Jalen Ramsey and Xavien Howard at 6th for passes defended. Although needing to work on his ball-hawking skills, Bryce Hall has exceeded expectations and is well on his way to becoming a top flight cornerback in this league. Hall was not the only bright spot in the cornerback room, rookie corner Brandon Echols had an outstanding year. Echols who started all 14 games for the Jets certainly had his lows with the occasional tendency to give up big plays. Otherwise Echols more than held his own, even recording a pick six against Tom Brady in one of the best games from any Jets corner which resulted to winning rookie of the week. Echols showed that he deserved a spot in NYJ cornerback room next year.

Unfortunately someone who will more than likely not be in the DB room is Marcus Maye. Marcus Maye’s season and possibly time as a Jet came to an halt after he suffered a season-ending Achilles injury in an October game versus the Colts. He is set to hit the free agent market this summer unless Saleh and the Jets organization decide to bring him back, which will not be an easy task. Negotiations did not go well between Maye and the Jets last summer and Maye’s injury could make things more difficult or end up a blessing in disguise for the Jets. Jets may be able to get Maye back on a discounted price seeing that he is coming off of his achilles injury depending on whether or not Maye is in the Jets future plans. Jets have four picks within the first 38 picks, that is huge. It is difficult to put together many scenarios that don’t end in the Jets going defense for the one of the first two picks if not both picks.

Some defensive names that have been tied to the Jets draft board include; DT Demarvin Leal, CB Andrew Booth Jr, CB Derek Stingley Jr., Safety Kyle Hamilton, LB Nakobe Dean or pass rushers Aidan Hutchinson and Kayvon Thibodeaux. The Jets landing any of those names will be great additions to the returning Jets defenders along with the names they can attract throughout the offseason and it will be intriguing to see how the Jets capatlize on this opportunity of a franchise shifting offseason. The real question that people want the answer is about Zach Wilson. Is he the one to turn this Jets offense into a consistent threat? Unfortunately the jury is still out on that because of Wilson’s rollercoaster season. Wilson finished the year completing 55.6% of his passes for 2,334 yards, 13 total TDS and 11 INTS w/ a 69.7 quarterback rating. Clearly these numbers will not change a teams season for the better. Wilson, needing to improve on his decision making, consistency and accuracy managed to do that on the backend of the Jets season. Wilson’s connection started strongest with WR Corey Davis. Former Titans WR, Corey Davis had a rough season with uncharacteristic drops and ultimately spending the final month on IR with a core muscle injury. Davis will be back in a Jets uniform again next year and looking to re-establish himself as a pro-bowl WR. Alongside him will be the 2nd year WR Elijah Moore, who in his rookie season let everyone know the player he has the potential to become after a slow start the season. In 11 games Moore had 43 catches for team-leading totals of 538 receiving yards and five receiving TDs and 1 rushing TD. Twenty-five of his catches went for first downs, also the best on the team. It will be very exciting for the Jets to see if a Moore can be a emerge as a superstar WR. With the disappointing output from Jamison Crowder, Denzel Mims and Keelan Cole the Jets decided to the increase the usage of Braxton Berrios. He became the Jets lead returner, while holding on to punt return duties and becoming an high usage WR because of injuries. Braxton Barrios took full advantage of his opportunity, Berrios was announced as 1st Team All-Pro as a Kick Returner and Pro bowl reserve. Berrios became the first Jets player to make the first-team AP All-Pro since S Jamal Adams in 2019. Unfortunately for the Jets, Berrios days with the Jets are likely coming to an end after reported that he is expecting a multi-year contract averaging $9M per season. While Berrios had a fantastic season, the Jets would be insane to give Berrios $9Mil when the chances are high of finding another player who offers the same production for much cheaper. It would be surprising to see any of Keelan Cole, Denzel Mims or Jamison Crowder back in a Jets uniform next year. It can be argued that the Jets are more likely to trade for or pursue an established WR rather than bringing players back. It is important that Davis and Moore stay healthy considering those will be the players Zach Wilson has the most chemistry with. It is much expected for the Jets to spend a draft capital creating depth with another playmaker at that WR or TE position. The Tight end position was a place that the Jets struggled in a major way. Which will make the Jets followers feel good that the Jets have been tied to some of the top TE names such as Trey McBridge, Jeremy Ruckert and Jake Ferigson.

The Jets are still celebrating the amazing 2021 draft they were able to have, especially the potential steal of the night. The Jets drafted Michael Carter, the former UNC running back late in the fourth round. In 14 games Michael Carter finished by leading the Jets with 639 rushing yards on 137 carries (at 4.3 yards/carry) and 964 scrimmage yards . He also topped the team in both rushing (29) and total first downs (46). Michael Carter can well be on his way to consistent 1,000+ yard seasons. Which speaks volume to the terrific job by the Jets OL . The Ny Jets’ offensive line ranked just outside the top-10, which is amazing considering Mehki Becton played only week 1 before sitting out rest of the year. During the absence of Mehki, George Fant not only replaced Becton but managed to have a breakout year while doing it. Fant gave up just one sack in 889 snaps at left tackle. You can very much expect to see George Fant and Becton starting at the tackle positions. Jets left guard, Alijah Vera-Tucker was named to the PFWA’s All-Rookie team. AVT led the Jets offense in total snaps in 2021 with 1,026. Missing only game during his rookie season to COVID-19. Vera-Tucker was charged with only two sacks on the season which includes a 14-game streak with no sacks allowed, being that his only two came in Weeks 1 and 18.  All in all, the New York Jets are trending in the right direction with so many bright spots from this previous season. How many teams can say they received solid production from eight out of 10 draft picks in 2021 draft? The Jets can and has the ability repeat that with the position Jets have been put in to have a great offseason. If the Bengals have taught us anything, it is that a strong off-season under strong leadership followed by a healthy roster can completely change your season. New York Jets are so close yet so far.

J-E-T-S

NFL Pre Week 2 Rankings

Week 1 was full of exciting moments and surprising upsets. Which teams took a dive after one week of play and which team jumped. Only 1 game played so far, so no need to panic, but does your team has cause for concerns ? See the new Week 2 Power Ranking.

32. New York Jets (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 31

(AP Photo/Gail Burton)

The New York Jets offense did not impress as predicted. Adam Gase gets another crack to show what this team can do. However, he’ll be without starting running back Le’Veon Bell and the ageless Frank Gore will start.

Highest Ranking: 32

Lowest Ranking: 32

31. New York Giants (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 28

ESPN.com

Not a horrible start, but can this offensive line provide any room for Saquon Barkley to operate. This defense also has a lot of growing up to do.

Highest Ranking: 26

Lowest Ranking: 31

30. Cincinnati Bengals (0-2)

Last Week Ranking: 30

Bleacher Report

Bayou Bengal’s first game and it was almost a win, if not for AJ Green’s OPI call. Still needs improvement but it is good signs in the right direction for Joe Burrow and company.

Highest Ranking: 28

Lowest Ranking: 30

29. Carolina Panthers (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 29

Charlotte Observer

Gave up a lot of points, but that was expected with a new young defense. The offense put on a show – will they be able to do it again?

Highest Ranking: 26

Lowest Ranking: 31

28. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 32

Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Beating the Colts was definitely a shocker. Minshew played great, trying to hold off all of the Trevor Lawrence talk. Jaguars up this week.

Highest Ranking: 25

Lowest Ranking: 31

27. Miami Dolphins (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 25

Bleacher Report

#TankForTua to #PlayTuaNow will be the new hashtag for Week 2 after a bad game from Fitzpatrick. Small decline after high hopes for this squad.

Highest Ranking: 22

Lowest Ranking: 27

26. Las Vegas Raiders (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 26

Sports Illustrated

Las Vegas Raiders, led by Josh Jacobs, looked great on offense. A win over Carolina didn’t mean much but can they repeat said performance in week 2 over the Saints?

Highest Ranking: 21

Lowest Ranking: 28

25. Detroit Lions (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 24

Athlon Sports

Another “Lions will be Lions” type of game as they blew another late lead vs. the Bears. Swift, in his rookie debut scored his first Touchdown and also dropped the Game Winning Touchdown, talk about your up and down, but that’s the Lion way.

Highest Ranking: 20

Lowest Ranking: 30

24. Atlanta Falcons (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 21

ESPN.com

The offense did what the offense do but once again Dan Quinn doesn’t have the defense to stop anyone.

Highest Ranking: 17

Lowest Ranking: 29

23. Cleveland Browns (1-1)

Last Week Ranking: 14

Cleveland.com

Browns were blown this past Sunday vs a Super Bowl caliber team. Now they face one of the bottom teams. Are we sure they’re not a bottom team too?

Highest Ranking: 21

Lowest Ranking: 27

22. Los Angeles Chargers (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 15

Draftkings Nation

Down in the ranking after a win. They were a good kick away from facing overtime vs the Bengals. The offense did not look good — How long until the fans rant “We Want Herbert”.

Highest Ranking: 17

Lowest Ranking: 29

21. Washington Football Team (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 27

. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

That front 4 can be, will be and should be the best in the league. This defense can carry this team as far as it can go. Still some questions and reserve on starting QB Dwayne Haskins.

Highest Ranking: 17

Lowest Ranking: 25

20. Indianapolis Colts (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 12

(AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

Going down in the rankings should not be a surprise after losing to the Jags. What do you have left Rivers? The rankers are all over the place on this one.

Highest Ranking: 10

Lowest Ranking: 26

19. Houston Texans (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 18

Click2Houston

Defense is swiss cheese, however Will Fuller looked good in DHop absences. The offense should take another step in Week 2.

Highest Ranking: 13

Lowest Ranking: 24

18. Chicago Bears (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 20

Bleacher Report

Mitch with a comeback behind win vs the Lions. Keeping his job for another week.

Highest Ranking: 15

Lowest Ranking: 20

17. Denver Broncos (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 16

(AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)

Almost a win without Von Miller, Denver will still be a surprise team this season.

Highest Ranking: 16

Lowest Ranking: 21

16. Philadelphia Eagles (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 13

Eagles Wire

Very thankful that Wentz is still upright after a brutal beating from the team in Washington. Hopefully they will get players back to help the North Dakota State alum.

Highest Ranking: 14

Lowest Ranking: 18

15. Minnesota Vikings (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 9

Daily Norseman

Coming in to the season, the defense had all eyes on them, and so did Aaron Rodgers. Will Zimmer get his defense back on track in Week 2.

Highest Ranking: 13

Lowest Ranking: 19

14. Los Angeles Rams (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 23

LA Times

Aaron Donald is the best non-QB player in football. That is all you need to know.

Highest Ranking: 8

Lowest Ranking: 17

13. Arizona Cardinals (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 19

PFF.com

Great upset to beat the NFC champion from last season. Kyler looked great to get a comeback win in the 4th.

Highest Ranking: 10

Lowest Ranking: 18

12. New England Patriots (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 22

(AP Photo/Steven Senne, Pool)

Cam Newton broke one record for the Pats already, how many can he get the rest of the year?

Highest Ranking: 11

Lowest Ranking: 15

11. Tennessee Titans (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 17

AL.com

Thank God the kicker made 1 FG and it was to win the game. Derrick Henry pounded the rock per usual.

Highest Ranking: 10

Lowest Ranking: 16

10. Tampa Bay Bucs (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 8

Newsday

First Game with Brady under center, there’s room for improvement for Arians with this offense.

Highest Ranking: 14

Lowest Ranking: 10

9. Dallas Cowboys (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 6

BloggingTheBoys

Mike McCarthy is to blame for the week 1 loss. Deciding to go for it instead of tying the game is mind blowing. We all thought coaching wouldn’t cost the Cowboys anymore.

Highest Ranking: 6

Lowest Ranking: 12

8 San Fransisco 49ers (0-1)

Last Week Ranking: 3

NBC Sports

Super Bowl Hangover? The team banged up? Oh BOY!

Highest Ranking: 5

Lowest Ranking: 9

7. Green Bay Packers (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 10

Forbes

Rodgers is still a badddddddddd man. If he continues this play, look out NFL.

Highest Ranking: 5

Lowest Ranking: 8

6.Buffalo Bills (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 7

Democrat and Chronicle

Josh Allen impressed this past Sunday, he was a long shot for MVP, PLACE YOUR BETS!

Highest Ranking: 3

Lowest Ranking: 11

5. Seattle Seahawks (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 11

Northwest.com

Did Seattle just let Russ Cook? You love to see it

Highest Ranking: 4

Lowest Ranking: 12

4 Pittsburgh Steelers (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 5

Bleacher Report

Big Ben is back and that defense is straight up filthy. How do you score on them?

Highest Ranking: 4

Lowest Ranking: 6

3 New Orleans Saints (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 4

Daily Advertiser

Didn’t even play a great game but the Saints fall into the Super Bowl or bust category. Even without Michael Thomas having 10+ catches the offense clicked, the defense clicked.

Highest Ranking: 2

Lowest Ranking: 5

2. Baltimore Ravens (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 2

New York Times

The Ravens aren’t going anywhere and will probably destroy anyone in their way. Lamar providing his back to back MVP case already.

Highest Ranking: 2

Lowest Ranking: 3

1. Kansas City Chiefs (1-0)

Last Week Ranking: 1

Bleacher Report

As expected, you must score at least 30 to even have a shot. Team is too talented and Clyde Edwards-Helaire was amazing to watch.

Highest Ranking: 1

Lowest Ranking: 1

The Prophet NFL Rankers: Keven Myrick, Rashad Harris, Austin Hunt, Kevin Callair

10 Best QB’s Over the age of 30

Age in sports can be a tricky thing. Sometimes it can be construed as having experience, being a true veteran, or defying Father Time. There are other times when age can be interpreted as old, past your prime, or a shell of himself.

The real answer is probably somewhere in between. Two things can be true at the same time. Someone can defy Father Time but also be past their prime. You can lose a step and tail off physically but by having a sharp mind, being highly prepared, and a skilled veteran you can outwit the more athletic opposition.

With advancements in training, modern medicine and recovery methods age in sports isn’t as easy to decipher as it once was. Athletes are now playing well into their thirties and even forties in some cases at a high level. As we gear up for the upcoming 2020 season all of those clichés and factors have been taken into account as I rank the 10 best quarterbacks over the age of 30.

1. Russell Wilson: If not for Lamar Jackson’s historic season I believe Russ would be the reigning MVP. He carried a team beat up on the offensive line and at running back late in the season all the way to a playoff win on the road. You could never count the Seahawks out of any game. Seattle was 10-2 in the regular season in games decided by eight points or fewer, and they won their 11th one-score game against the Eagles in the Wild Card round. At only 31 years old I’m sure we have many more years of Russ and his heroics. He truly lives up to his nickname of DangeRuss.

2. Aaron Rodgers: Word on the street is Aaron is on the decline. He’s 36, so it is possible but I think another year in Matt LaFleur’s system will silence talks of the 2 time MVP showing his age. The last three seasons haven’t gone as planned for Rodgers and the Packers, but he’s still a threat to win MVP and complete a spectacular pass at any given moment.

3. Matt Ryan: Matt’s career has been up and down since the immaculate 28-3 comeback by the Patriots. He was named MVP in 2016 but then saw his touchdowns nearly cut in half from 38 to 20 in 2017. The 12-year pro replicated his MVP season statistically in 2018 but the team went 7-9. Then in 2019 his interceptions doubled to 14 and again the Falcons missed the playoffs. Even with all that being said, there aren’t to many guys you would take over Matty Ice to have under center.

4. Tom Brady: At age 42 Tom doesn’t possess the arm of his younger years, but what he brings mentally, leadership wise and experience wise is invaluable. He didn’t have much to work with in his last season with the Patriots but in Tampa having Godwin, Evans, and his buddy Gronk, he could be in line for an impressive season.

5. Drew Brees: Like Tom Brady Brees’ arm might not be what it once was, but tell that to the NFL record book. With seemingly every throw another record goes down. It’s fair to mention however over the last 2 seasons down the stretch Drew hasn’t looked the same and in some respect cost the Saints 2 playoff games. Enjoy Drew this year, because it could be his last.

6. Kirk Cousins: Kirk is easily the most disrespected QB in the NFL by pundits. The “win a big game” narrative hangs over his head tirelessly but any unbiased critic would tell you that Cousins played at an elite level this past season. As a Viking he’s completed nearly 70% of his passes, thrown for 7,900 yards to the tune of 56 TD’s and 16 INT’s. Yes, Kirk has his flaws as all QB’s do but that is high level production, and he belongs right there in that 2nd tier of quarterbacks.

7. Matthew Stafford: Stafford in my opinion is the sole reason the Lions remain relevant and relatively competitive in games. Stafford played like a top-five quarterback early on before the back injury became too much, and he had to be shut down for the season. Once he was out the Lions didn’t win a single game. At 32, I would hope he can somehow find his way out of Detroit to a better situation because a guy this talented deserves better.

8. Philip Rivers: Rivers has had more than a few inconsistent and turnover filled years recently. But one thing about Philip, when he has a running game and a clean pocket, he still has a cannon and can still make all the throws. He won’t have the receiver weaponry with the Colts that he had with the Bolts but with a pretty solid offensive line, running backs and defense he could be in line for a redeem season.

9. Ryan Tannehill: The 2019 Comeback Player of the Year took the Tennessee Titans on a joyride they won’t soon forget. In 10 regular season starts he paved the way for the Titans’ playoff push going 7-3 amassing a 69% completion percentage, 2600 passing yards, 22 passing TD, 4 rushing TD and only 5 interceptions. Was last season fools gold or is this magic carpet ride just beginning?

10. Ben Roethlisberger: A 38-year-old passer coming off major elbow surgery doesn’t sound very appealing to me. Big Ben played 1 full game last year and won’t have much time to prepare and get ready for this season. He’s never been known as a workout warrior but could the year off be just what the doctor ordered? Will he be motivated and rejuvenated enough to perform at a high level and get his team back to playoffs? I wouldn’t bet on it but I can’t wait to see Big Ben take on the challenge.