Ryan Wilson, covers the NFL for CBS Sports gives Scott and Jeremy a call on 105.7 The Fan.READ MORE: Memorial Service Announced For Elijah Gorham At Mervo High School
With the season right around the corner and it has finally come down to one more preseason game, fans and everyone who watches football is ready to see what there team will do. On the NFC East side we will probably see the Eagles dominating but that’s only if they can get there offense to work in this league. It is obvious that the Eagles can play but it all comes down to fundamentals and if Nick Foles can play when it actually matters.READ MORE: President Joe Biden Addresses Several Issues During Thursday Night's Town Hall
On the AFC North side, Andy Dalton and the Bengals will probably fall behind with the Steelers or the Ravens being most likely to win the division. Both the Ravens and the Steelers finished 8-8 last year and are ready to hit the play offs again, and win. The Steelers have potentially filled the spot of Emmanuel Sanders and his name goes by Markus Wheaton. Wide Receiver Lance Moore scored ten touchdowns last year at the University of Toledo. Wilson says that Lance is “smart and crafty.” Moore is probably one a good pick up for the Steelers, something that they need.
Wilson said that he is a little worried about how the 49ers will end up this season with there poor preseason performance. Kaepernick is a good player but is not the best, he is definitely getting better as a player. The 49ers are probably a number two team in the west as long as there guys stay healthy.MORE NEWS: Vaccinations For Younger Children Could Be Approved Next Month; The Latest On Outbreaks In Maryland Schools As 7 Children Hospitalized
With the NFC North, Green Bay is definitely a contender but sure if they can stay with it. If the Bears stay strong and stick with there strong defense, they could make a push for the play offs. There defense could be something special, something the Bears truly need. Johnny Manziel- he learned a lot by sitting and redshirting his freshmen.