Winners and losers in 2022 NFL: Vikings, Eagles win while Falcons, Raiders win hard

Write down your calendars, because complete the 2022 NFL system they arrived. from 1 week full of drama to the entire slate of special holiday matchups, every 18-week regular-season promising must-see TV. It is safe to say, however, that some groups are celebrating the announcements that have been expected for Thursday more than others. Let’s jump into some of the most successful and losing teams in the relegation list, highlighting the clubs that were helped and hurt the most by the game system:

Looking forward to returning to NFC North as Aaron Rodgers and Packers prepare to live without Davante Adams, Minnesota meet none other than A-Rod and Green Bay outside the gate, but at least find a home crowd behind them on Sunday. 1. 3-6 weeks leading up to their sequel with winners: vs. Lions, at Saints court in London, vs. Bears, in the Dolphins. And then, after a difficult mid-season, they welcome the Patriots on Thanksgiving to re-establish a good home: vs. Jets a week later, at Lions, vs. Giants, on Bears. It smells like wild-card template.

And do you think their team will destroy them? Fasten seat belts. He has the opportunity to open a cruel: vs. Saints, Rams, Seahawks, v. Browns, for the Buccaneers, v. 49ers, Bengal. There is no doubt that he could be 1-6 or 0-7 between the second season of Arthur Smith. On top of that, they don’t get better until Week 14. Whether it’s Marcus Mariota or Desmond Ridder down in the middle, it won’t be easy in the end, either. The last four: Saints, Ravens, vs. Cardinals, vs. Buccaneers. The saving grace could be as Baltimore and Tampa Bay are the first to breathe. Even then … yes.

They were already well established with the NFC East strategy, but they have a very good start: after visiting the Lions, they welcome the Vikings to their first home on “Monday Night Football” (translation: Linc will be juiced), then head to Washington, vs. Jaguars, at Cardinals, vs. The Cowboys in good time before. It’s not hard to imagine a 4-2 opening. They have strong opponents in it, but the final five-game slate adds to the promise: vs. Titans, Giants, Bears, Cowboys, vs. Oyera, vs. They are giants. Near NFC East, the best performances could lift them back to the finals, in 2021.

Sorry for the rain at the Las Vegas hype parade, but just because Derek Carr and Davante Adams should be fun to watch this year doesn’t mean they have an easy way back to the postseason. Check out the beginning of these five games: in Charger, vs. Cardinals, Titans, Vs. Broncos, at Chiefs. It is a good thing they have 6 weeks to recover; while LA and KC are electric, the Broncos and Titans can physically exhaust them. Down in the distance, as the NFL improves its seasonal form, things get even more complicated. Week 11 to: Broncos, Seahawks, Vs. Chargers, at Rams for a short week, vs. Patriots, at Steelers, v. 49s, vs. Kings. Must get MVP Derek Carr not Late-Season Derek Carr here!

Winner: Giants

Who knows if Brian Daboll could consistently win over Daniel Jones, but the calendar calls for the reversal of the franchise. The first four of the six fell home, and one of the two street games during this time comes in the form of a neutral London. They play home games three times in a row. And after settling well on Week 9, he has won the Texans and Lions seven games before seven games. They could be the Eagles of 2022: a young QB with a frustrating new coach who uses a weak schedule to surprise from the East.

Lost: Cardinals

Do you know how Kyler Murray and Kliff Kingsbury start to heat up before it is too late? They may have difficulty reaching the mountain that may fall this year. After opening vs. Chiefs, at Raiders, vs. The Rams, still have three games without DeAndre Hopkins, two on the road. Then, from Weeks 8-12, they have the following: Vikings, vs. Seahawks, and Rams, v. 49ers in Mexico, vs. Chargers for a short week. After Week 13 late, three of the last four are street games, and four of their last five opponents are the Broncos, Buccaneers, 49ers and Patriots. This no longer refers to their split competition.

Winner: Seahawks

True, Russell Wilson could have reduced his year back to Seattle in Week 1, but he could have benefited from a much earlier reunion than the Broncos, who are still accustomed to the new QB. Their chosen enemies are spreading out. They do well after their trip to Germany, where they find the Buccaneers in a neutral position. And then the last five of the seven have fallen home. Who knows who will help the Seahawks, but Pete Carroll can help them play the spoiler.Loser:

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