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  • The don't have Sean Peyton, but a solid defense and quarterback should give the team a good chance each week. The team still has on the roster as well, serving as, well, whatever position it puts him in.New Orleans went 9-8 last season, second in the NFC South behind the then-defending champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Last season, the Saints beat the Bucs in both meetings, and those divisional games could be the difference between a playoff spot this season.The Bucs were clear divisional winners last year, but if the Saints want to challenge them, dominating at home and starting out strong on defense will be two main keys to do so. : The Falcons offense will look different this season, with veteran quarterback headed to Indianapolis. The team added wide receiver to the squad with the 10th overall pick in the draft. One of the team's best draft picks was Cincinnati quarterback , taken in the third round, who will be able to come in and learn without any pre sure. The Saints and Falcons split their two meetings last season. : The Panthers were rumored to trade for quarterback , but with that not happening they will stick with quarterback and draft pick . The Panthers are a big question mark this year following a year filled with injuries. It will be interesting to see how their head coach and quarterback situation end up. : is back, which means the Bucs are NFC threats once again. The team had coaching changes this offseason, with head coach Bruce Arians retiring from the position and leaving Todd Bowles to run the show. There were rumors in the offseason that Brady and Arians had an i sue with each other, but both have denied those claims. : The defending champions lost a few of last season's players, like and , but they still have plenty of pieces to make another run at it this season. Quarterback and head coach Sean McVay have both proved themselves in the league, and I expect the same story next season. : The Seahawks are another team that had major changes this season, trading longtime quarterback to the . It looks like the team will either go with or , the latter of whom head coach Pete Carroll said would have been the . :Ravens quarterback could prove once again that he is a top QB in this league. He suffered two injuries last year and the team struggled, but if the squad can stay healthy this season it could be a player in the AFC. The defense needs to help them out and improve from last year, though that should not be too hard considering where they were. : The Bengals are coming off a heartbreaking Super Bowl lo s, but their season was more succe sful than most fans thought it would be. Quarterback is the real deal, and the team be able to rack up a lot of wins next year as well. The AFC North has the Steelers, who will now be without due to retirement, the Browns, who don't know what's going to happen with new quarterback Deshaun Watson, and the Ravens, who are coming off a struggling season. The Bengals seem to be in a good spot to repeat as division champs. : The Raiders will now be led by former offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who accepted the head coaching position in Las Vegas. was already impre sing last season, and now with he will have another great weapon to work with. :Could the Vikings dethrone the as NFC North champs? Some say yes, and while I'm not betting the house on it since is still around and he just makes things happen, the competition between the two teams looks like it will be closer than before. Last year, the Vikings went 8-9, but now have a new coach in Kevin O'Connell, who replaced Mike Zimmer. : The Cardinals are another team that is a bit up and down. They have potential, but whether can lead a team that goes deep into the playoffs has yet to be seen. Starting off the season, the offense will be without star , who was suspended six games for violating the NFL's PED policy, so it could get off to a rocky start. : Oh, the Browns. What seemed to be a team on the rise not that long ago, after they beat the Steelers in the playoffs, is now a team in disarray. Quarterback Baker Mayfield is still on the team despite Cleveland going with at QB1. : The Steelers drafted quarterback in the first round, and he was the first QB taken in this year's draft. Some have concerns about his small hand size and the fact that , but head coach Mike Tomlin said he is about that based on his succe s at Pitt. : The 49ers appear to be going ahead with quarterback over , so there are questions about what this team will be able to do next season. The NFC West is a lot weaker than it has been in the past, with the 49ers, Seahawks and Cardinals up in the air for a variety of reasons. :During this year's draft, the Eagles took defensive tackle and center . While they were busy in the draft war room, they were also working to acquire from the , a blockbuster trade and one of the biggest in the offseason.WeekOpponentDateTimeTV1at FalconsSept. 111 p.m. ETFOX2vs. BuccaneersSept. 181 p.m. ETFOX3at PanthersSept. 251 p.m. ETFOX4vs. Vikings (in London)Oct. 29:30 a.m. ETNFL Network5vs. SeahawksOct. 91 p.m. ETFOX6vs. BengalsOct. 161 p.m. ETCBS7at CardinalsOct. 20 (Thurs)8:15 p.m. ETAmazon Prime Video8vs. RaidersOct. 301 p.m. ETCBS9vs. RavensNov. 7 (Mon)8:15 p.m. ETESPN10at SteelersNov. 131 p.m. ETFOX11vs. RamsNov. 201 p.m. ETFOX12at 49ersNov. 274:25 p.m. ETFOX13at BuccaneersDec. 58:15 p.m. ETESPN14BYE15vs. FalconsTBD (Dec. 17 or 18TBDTBD16at BrownsDec. 24 (Sat)1 p.m. ETCBS17at EaglesJan. 11 p.m. ETFOX18vs. PanthersTBD (Jan. 7 or 8)TBDTBD