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Justin Herbert is entering his second season in the NFL as a potential MVP candidate. He has a new blind side protector in former Northwestern tackle Rashawn Slater, the No. 13 draft pick, and center Corey Linsley after the Chargers lost a lot of money to former Green Bay Packer. Former LA Rams defensive coordinator Brandon Staley replaces Anthony Lynn as head coach and takes the loaded base front from 4-3 to 3-4.
11) Adventurers of Las Vegas (8-8). LOW
Another heartbreaking offseason from general manager Mike Mayock and coach Jon Gruden. The Raiders traded three starting offensive linemen and met their need for a right tackle by drafting Alabama’s Alex Leatherwood, who was widely considered a reach, with the No. 17 pick overall. They tried to remedy the pass rush by adding Yannick Ngakoue in free agency and signed former Bills wide receiver John Brown.
12) Denver Broncos (5-11). LOW
The Broncos have a formidable roster and a huge question mark at quarterback with Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater, which will undermine the team’s potential. The high school, which added first-round pick Patrick Surtain II, and a large group of receivers rank among the best in the league. Just like their duo of Von Miller and Bradley Chubb.
13) Cincinnati Bengals (4-11). UP ▲