NFL power rankings: Buccaneers, Chiefs still lead way into 2021

Free agency is winding down, although theres are still some veterans to be scooped up. There have been 259 choices by the 32 groups as the 2021 NFL Draft remains in the books. So why not take an early look at how the clubs stack from 32-1 in this post-draft NFL Power Rankings. There may be a surprise or 2.
2021 NFL power rankings.

MIAMI, FLORIDA– FEBRUARY 02: Urban Meyer strolls on the field in Super Bowl LIV at Acid Rock Arena on February 02, 2020 in Miami, Florida. (Picture by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images).

Its been another wild offseason and there could be more changes on the horizon. But the Super Bowl LV opponents look much better than ever.

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Jacksonville Jaguars.

Novice NFL head coach Urban Meyer acquires a team with a combined 12-36 record the previous three seasons and gets in 2021 with a 15-game losing streak. The rebuild starts with the Clemson duo of quarterback Trevor Lawrence and running back Travis Etienne. Its the defense that should find a winning formula as the club permitted the second-most overall backyards and points in the league in 20 and new planner Joe Cullen has a lot of work ahead.

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Detroit Lions.

The latest head coach in the Motor City is abundant Dan Campbell, who inherits a club that owns a combined 14-33-1 record the previous three years and a group that permitted the second-most points (519) in a season in NFL record. Theres a new quarterback in Jared Goff, acquired in a trade that sent veteran Matthew Stafford to the Los Angeles Rams.

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Houston Texans.

Costs OBrien had led the franchise to 4 division titles in 5 years. A 0-4 start this past season put the head coach/general manager out of work. The club comes off a 4-12 proving and no GM Nick Caserio is at the controls signing a ton of experienced totally free agents while the likes of J.J. Watt (launched), Benardrick McKinney (traded to Miami) and Will Fuller (signed with Dolphins). And the future of quarterback Deshaun Watson stays a bit unpredictable.

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Why not take an early look at how the clubs stack from 32-1 in this post-draft NFL Power Rankings. Newbie NFL head coach Urban Meyer acquires a group with a combined 12-36 record the past three seasons and enters 2021 with a 15-game losing streak. Its the defense that must find a winning formula as the club enabled the second-most total lawns and points in the league in 20 and new organizer Joe Cullen has a lot of work ahead.

Second-year quarterback Jalen Hurts is reunited with one-time colleague Devonta Smith, the 2020 Heisman Trophy-winning wide receiver. The club enabled a league-high 65 sacks this past season.

Philadelphia Eagles.

The latest head coach in the Motor City is abundant Dan Campbell, who acquires a club that owns a combined 14-33-1 record the past 3 years and a team that enabled the second-most points (519) in a season in NFL annals. The club comes off a 4-12 showing and no GM Nick Caserio is at the controls signing a lot of seasoned complimentary representatives while the likes of J.J. Watt (launched), Benardrick McKinney (traded to Miami) and Will Fuller (signed with Dolphins).