Projecting L’Jarius Sneed’s contract for 2024 and beyond is one of the biggest questions facing the Kansas City Chiefs on the heels of their Super Bowl victory.
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As arguably the best wide receiver available, Tee Higgins’ free agency should be fascinating to watch this offseason. Nobody is saying that he’s one of the greatest wide receivers in NFL history. But Higgins has been overshadowed by Ja’Marr Chase over the last few seasons. As a free agent, he’ll finally have a chance to be the top target on a team.
The Super Bowl is behind us and it’s now time to start making NFL offseason predictions for 2024. Are there some big trades on the horizon? How will the draft play out? Will there be some surprising cuts? What players might bet the franchise tag this offseason? Most importantly, what will be the free agency landing spots for the biggest stars on the open market?
It should be obvious that the likes of Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and Christian McCaffrey are the 2024 Super Bowl players to watch. But we know from experience that it’s sometimes forgotten or overlooked players who make the biggest impact and produce the greatest Super Bowl plays of all time. Just remember the touchdowns that Kadarius Toney and Skyy Moore scored in last year’s Super Bowl.
It took every game of the NFL regular season to settle things in the standings, but now we’re ready for an NFL Wild Card preview for 2024. The NFL’s flex scheduling certainly didn’t disappoint in Week 18. More importantly, the NFL Playoff picture is all set with the Wild Card Round scheduled for this weekend.
At the start of the season, it would have been hard to envision any team but the Kansas City Chiefs as the top seed in the AFC Playoff bracket. They were obvious AFC and Super Bowl favorites heading into the season. However, the Chiefs’ Super Bowl chances have dwindled over the course of the season to the point that they are no longer the best team in the AFC.