Reigning NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs won their first Super Bowl since 1970 against the NFL's best defensive, the San Francisco 49ers. The Chiefs won the game 31-20, and Mahomes took home the Super Bowl MVP and then signed the richest contract in NFL history, a 12-year deal worth over $500 million! Mahomes is set for life and set for life as the Chiefs franchise QB. He has taken the Chiefs to new heights and looks to continue to obliterate defenses this upcoming season. Will this offense stay atop the league rankings, or will there be regression? Let's take a look.
Luck's retirement forced the Colts to start Jacoby Brissett, and the Colts went from 10-6 the previous season to 7-9 and 3rd in the division. The Colts signed Philip Rivers to improve their offense, but can they support multiple fantasy options without Andrew Luck? Can they rebound from their disappointing season? Let's find out.
The Titans season was a tale of two halves. The beginning of the season looked bleak with the Titans going 2-4 with Marcus Mariota. Mariota's poor play caused him to get benched for Ryan Tannehill, under whom the Titans caught fire. They finished 7-3 and made the playoffs as a wildcard. In an upset, the Titans defeated Tom Brady and the Patriots 20-13. They shocked the NFL by defeating MVP Lamar Jackson and the Ravens 28-12 behind Derrick Henry's massive game. The Titans put up a valiant effort against Patrick Mahomes and company but couldn't keep up with the Chiefs' electrifying offensive and lost 35-24. With Tannehill at QB, the Titans skill players increased their productivity, but can they repeat their success? Let's jump right into it.
The Pittsburgh Steelers had a rough beginning to their 2019 season. Ben Rothlisberger played in two games and missed the remainder of the NFL season due to an arm injury. His absence forced the Steelers to trot out Mason Rudolph and Devlin Hodges at quarterback. Well, things did not go as planned. The skill players for the Steelers were average at best, and Juju came back down to earth from his breakout season in 2019. With Big Ben back and hopefully healthy, they look to regain their form and fantasy-friendly offense. Let’s take a look at their 2020 outlook.
The Texans had a solid season last year, making the playoffs with a 10-6 record. They eventually collapsed against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. During the off-season, Bill O'Brien made one of the most egregious trades in NFL history. They traded star WR DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals for David Johnson and his massive contract. Texans brought in Brandin Cooks and Randall Cobb and tried to fix the defense. Can the new-look offense provide any fantasy value? What WR will set himself apart from the pack? Will DJ return close to his 2016 form? Let's find out.
The Cleveland Browns had a disappointing season after a hyped-up offseason in which they acquired superstar Odell Beckham Jr. The offense was subpar, and Baker Mayfield was a big reason for that. Odell battled injuries, and while Baker was average, it was the running game that kept the team afloat. They ended the year a disappointing 6-10.