Pre-training camp 2020 NFL Power Rankings change as the Patriots add a QB.
The NFL is preparing to start training camps later in the month of July and fans couldn’t be happier.
Sure, there are still some serious concerns about COVID-19 and the NFL and NFLPA are still trying to navigate their way through that, but fans are longing for a sense of normalcy in America and seeing football take place could help in that regard — provided, of course, that it can be done safely.
While we aren’t able to figure out all that for them, we can go ahead and look to the rosters of all 32 NFL teams and place them where we see fit in yet another edition of our 2020 NFL Power Rankings.
As camps near their start dates, we look at how all the teams rank and see the New England Patriots jump up the charts after their recent move for a quarterback. With Tom Brady out of the picture, New England decided to take a chance on Cam Newton who was recently released by the Carolina Panthers.
The former NFL MVP is looking to prove he can get the job done with one of the better organizations currently in the NFL. His addition has questions due to his recent injury history but if he’s healthy, he makes them Super Bowl contenders.
Speaking of contenders, the Kansas City Chiefs made sure they remained contenders for years to come after locking up Patrick Mahomes to a 10-year contract. Contracts of that length are incredibly rare but Mahomes’ talent makes him worthy of being paid the big bucks for as long as possible.
With all that being said, we look at how things shake up with the pre-training camp 2020 NFL Power Rankings, starting with a team that has been a hot mess all offseason.