Can Dwayne Haskins tap into his potential as a 2019 first-round pick? Sorting out the pecking order at wide receiver behind Terry McLaurin may be the determining factor.
With the help of an elite receiving corps and fortified backfield in his new home of Tampa Bay, Tom Brady will look to engineer the success he's used to in his illustrious career.
Can the 49ers become the fourth team in NFL history to lose the Super Bowl, return the next year and hoist the Lombardi Trophy? Only time will tell.
After signing Derrick Henry to an extension, the Titans offense will continue to run through the team's power back.
Following the trade for safety Jamal Adams, the Seahawks have fired a warning shot at the reigning NFC champion 49ers. Russell Wilson will look to manufacture the fourth division title of his career.
With Ben Roethlisberger back, the Steelers will look to make the playoffs in 2020 after falling short of that goal the last two seasons.
Beyond the Ertz-Goedert duo at tight end, can the Eagles get consistent performances out of their group of wide receivers?
With the move to Las Vegas, the Raiders are seeking to take the next step in Year 3 of Jon Gruden's second stint with the team.
Can Sam Darnold take a big step forward in his third NFL season behind a revamped offensive line?
With better injury luck, the Giants offense – featuring an array of skill-position talent highlighted by Saquon Barkley – has immense upside.
Looking to get past recent postseason heartache, Drew Brees and the Saints will make another attempt to get to the promised land.
The Patriots' already notable offseason was capped by the signing of QB Cam Newton and news that six players plan to opt out of the 2020 campaign due to COVID-19 concerns.
The will-he-or-won't-he questions surrounding Dalvin Cook were answered when he reported to camp. However, his contract situation continues to linger.
Tua Tagovailoa is the Dolphins' QB of the future, but it remains to be seen when he assumes the team's starting job.
The Rams roster has endured considerable change since reaching the Super Bowl two years ago. It's now on Sean McVay and Jared Goff to keep the team afloat in the NFC West.
The Chargers have moved on from Philip Rivers, instead tabbing quarterback Justin Herbert in the 2020 draft to start another potential decade-plus of relevance.
The Chiefs will look to defend their Super Bowl title following an unprecedented offseason.
After back-to-back lackluster campaigns, the Jaguars will look to second-year QB Gardner Minshew to turn things around in 2020.
The Colts have brought in Philip Rivers to right the ship for an offense that features T.Y. Hilton and other compelling options.
Working with an amended skill-position group, Deshaun Watson will look to engineer an offense better suited for success once the postseason rolls around.
Following a run to the NFC Championship Game, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers enter the 2020 season with largely the same personnel on both sides of the ball.
Can the Lions finally get over the hump in the NFC North? It all may hinge on Matthew Stafford.
Can Denver's young skill players mesh well despite an unprecedented offseason?
After putting pen to paper on the franchise tag this offseason, Dak Prescott – along with his 'Boys – may be entering one of their last rodeos together.
Will David Njoku be around to work in tandem with fellow tight end Austin Hooper?
Veteran wideout A.J. Green is set to play the coming season on the Bengals' franchise tender. Can he stay on the field in 2020?
The Bears have the pieces in place on defense to regain elite standing, but their overall success likely hinges on who emerges from the QB competition.
In the post-Cam Newton world in Carolina, the Panthers are also moving forward without Ron Rivera and Luke Kuechly. For better or worse, this is Christian McCaffrey's team moving forward.
QB Matt Ryan will be handing the ball off to newcomer Todd Gurley this season. There's plenty of upside to the arrangement if Gurley's balky knee holds up.
The Bills continue to eye dethroning the Patriots in the AFC East, despite New England's addition of QB Cam Newton.