In the 2020 NFL draft there were six running backs taken before the end of the second round. None of them are guaranteed to start the season at number one on the depth chart, but that situation is likely to change as the season progresses. Which one of these rookies is most likely to have success this season and is there a later draft pick that will upstage them all?
It’s been three years since the Chargers ditched San Diego for the bright lights of Los Angeles. Poor home support in the smallest stadium in the NFL mixed with a failure to achieve their post-season potential has led to the Chargers still not being able to make friends with the locals. A few months short of moving into the brand new SoFi Stadium with the Rams, I look at the issues they have faced.
As Frank Gore enters his 16th NFL season, he continues to chug along as one of the most reliable veterans on the roster. A Super Bowl appearance, countless individual records and tons of respect have been accumulated throughout his illustrious career as we take a look at the oldest active running back in the NFL.
Optimism is high in the desert as the Arizona Cardinals look to build on an encouraging 2019 season. The rookie combination of head coach Kliff Kingsbury and number one draft pick Kyler Murray oversaw an improvement to finish a respectable 5-10-1, and with a year under their belts they are looking to make the next step in an ever competitive NFC West.