NFL 2019 Regular Season Team Wins
The National Football League no longer has a traditional offseason. To keep up with the Jones of the football-world the league’s players, coaches and front office personnel work year round with the aim of fielding a capable team and competing for a championship. The same applies to the companies that cover the NFL. As well those that build their bottom line by offering NFL gaming entertainment. The global media rarely shy from expressing an option about players and team expectations. NFL 2019 Regular Season Team Wins: Bills Over 7.
The 2019 NFL campaign will begin in much the same fashion the 2018 season ended. This with the New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints competing for division and conference titles. As an example what the Chicago Bears achieved last season. The Bears went from worst to first in the NFC North division a year ago. Consequently there are a number of team’s capable of surprising.
A plethora of NFL pundits have labeled longtime coach Bruce Arians as the “quarterback whisperer”. This for his success in player development at the position. In this case Arians enters the 2019 season with the aim of ending the second-longest playoff drought in the league (11 seasons).
So then are you on or are you off the Bruce and Jameis [Winston] train? The runaway locomotive that’s steaming down the fast track to what many believe is capable of qualifying ffor postseason surprising 2019 campaign?
At this time last spring a significant number of internet football portals were singing the praises of the Niners front office. This as a result of acquiring quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. And the expectations of Garoppolo remain unchanged in 2019 despite the signal-caller playing in only three games last season. Furthermore the San Fran signal caller has only 10 career starts. The bare naked truth about Tom Brady’s former backup is he’s an unknown commodity.
There wasn’t anything earth shaking or news breaking about what the Bills front office did in the winters free agent signing period. However just because Buffalo didn’t make offseason ESPN headlines doesn’t mean the organization didn’t improve the team’s overall talent. In summary that’s exactly what the club did. Winning and losing in the NFL begins and ends in the trenches.
Buffalo signed six offensive lineman to free-agent contracts this winter. Names such as Mitch Morse, Spencer Long, Quinton Spain, LaAdrian Waddle, Jon Feliciano, and Ty Nsekhe won’t excite the casual NFL fan. But the combination of the aforementioned with the skill set of Dion Dawkins and Wyatt Teller position the Bills to exceed their regular season win total of 7 games.