Whatever happens it looks like the NFC East is going to be a powerhouse division in the next 2-3 years with all that defensive talent in it. Cowboys once they sort out Dak Prescott and replace Amari Cooper with a decent reciever will be tough to beat.
Cincinnati have to draft Joe Burrow and keep him there to ignite interest in the Bengal franchise, nobody is interested in them, and there are thousands of empty seats there each week during the season. The Bengals don't have iconic status like the Packers, Cowboys, and Bears. Talk is if they don't draft Burrow there won't be an NFL franchise in Cincinnati in about three years time.
There was talk of the Bills moving to Toronto a few years back but now with Josh Rosen interest in Buffalo has returned. Jacksonville Jaguars are now slated as the next team likely to move. The location being London in England, they just so happen to have two back to back games there in 2020.
I can't see Miami trading with Washington now, I think they are set on drafting Chase Young. The Redskins fans will turn on the team if they trade down even though it is the sensible thing to do. Chase Young will be marketed as the face of the franchise and is worth too much revenue for Washington not to take him. He'll be marketed as 'The Predator!'.
I notice the Raiders are keeping quiet, they are the danger team for Miami in regards to getting Tua with all their draft capitol as he is perfect for Grudden and the scheme he operates.
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