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The 2022 NFL season is rapidly approaching, with the opening fixture schedule for September 8, when the Buffalo Bills travel to the reigning Super Bowl champions, the Los Angeles Rams, in the NFL Kickoff Game. Teams are heading to their respective training camps, and many players have high hopes for the upcoming season. The following three players have a reason to be extra excited for the 2022 campaign because they are about to embark on their second year as NFL professionals and are highly likely to enjoy a breakout year.

TrevorLawrence – QB – Jacksonville Jaguars

 

Last season was another disappointing campaign for Jacksonville Jaguars, who slumped to a 3-14 record, ultimately resulting in Urban Meyer losing his job at the TIAA Bank Field. It was hardly the ideal situation for Trevor Lawrence to flourish. The 2021 first overall pick started all 17 regular season games, had a 59.6% pass completion rate from 602 attempts, racked up 3,641 yards, and threw 12 touchdowns. It is fair to say Lawrence was one of the few positives for the Jaguars.

While the Jaguars are not on the radar of anyone about to make NFL bets online for the coming season, they should be massively improved with Doug Pederson coming in as head coach. Pederson guided the Philadelphia Eagles to Super Bowl LII glory and is considered a quarterback guru by many, which should help Lawrence thrive.

The Jaguars have the likes of Evan Engram, Marvin Jones, and Christian Kirk on the perimeter, in addition to strengthening the offensive line that failed to protect Lawrence during the last campaign. Expect the Jaguars to be much improved throughout the 2022 season and Lawrence to be one of the main reasons for that vast improvement.

Zach Wilson – QB – New York Jets

The New York Jets selected Zach Wilson as the second overall pick in 2021, and it is easy to see why. The former BYU Cougar played 30 college games and enjoyed a 67.6% pass completion for 7,652 yards and 56 touchdowns, which earned him an overall rating of 162.9. Reproducing those figures for the Jets was always going to be a tall order.

The Jets went 4-13 during the regular season, partly because of their inability to stop the opposition defense from beating up Wilson. He was sacked 44 times and lost 370 yards due to those sackings, the most yards lost via sacks in the entire league. In addition, that lack of protection cost the Jets and Wilson dearly because he suffered a knee injury in Week 7 against the Patriots, which kept him out for four games.

Like the Jaguars mentioned above, the Jets have strengthened their offensive line and playmakers on the perimeter, making the Jets system very quarterback friendly. There are no excuses for Wilson not to have a breakout year and put up solid numbers in 2022, even if the Jets continue struggling.

Rondale Moore – WR – Arizona Cardinals

Rondale Moore joined the Arizona Cardinals as the 49th overall pick in Round 2, entering the 2021 season fourth on the Cardinals’ wide receiver depth chart. However, he still turned out 14 times in a Cardinals uniform, averaging 8.1 yards from 54 receptions and scoring a 77-yard touchdown.

Moore has a great chance of becoming a vital starting player for the Cardinals. Christian Kirk left Arizona for the Jacksonville Jaguars, freeing up one of the perimeter places. Plus, DeAndre Hopkins misses the first six games of the 2022 season through suspension, giving Moore the perfect opportunity to show what he can do on the football field.

The Cardinals acquired Marquise Brown from the Baltimore Ravens, but Moore should still enjoy plenty of game time. Combined more minutes on the field with an ever-improving Kyle Murray pulling strings at quarterback, you have the recipe for a potential breakout year for the former Purdue Boilermaker.

Super Bowl Prediction 2023

 It may feel like the Super Bowl has only just finished, but the 2023 final will creep up on us again in no time at all. The Rams took out the Bengals in the Super Bowl this year, but the unpredictability is what keeps us watching every single year. Who is going to take home the rings next time out?

 

The Super Bowl is one of the betting highlights of the whole calendar and people love to try and gain some insight into who is going to win the next championship. If you can call it in advance, then you might even be able to win some money. Gambling on the NFL can be tough, which is why it is best to arm yourself with as much information as possible and gain some tips on the Super Bowl for next year.

 

So many different aspects go into predicting the future of sports and the outcomes of specific events, from big factors such as injuries down to the unseen details of things like sports nutrition.

 

Below, we dive into some of the top tips for the Super Bowl next year. Which teams might have a chance of getting to the Playoffs?

Cincinnati Bengals

 

Nobody can deny that the Bengals have the pedigree. Cincinnati did incredibly well to get to where they did in the playoff run. While they will still be hurting now, with the likes of Ja’Marr Chase calling the shots there’s every chance that the Bengals could go that one step further.

 

The Bengals also have the powerful Joe Burrow on their roster, and nobody can say they haven’t got a chance. Whether they get over the hurt is another thing, but the squad definitely has a chance of ousting the other teams in the AFC North.

Tennessee Titans

 

The South isn’t the division it once was. The Titans won the division last time out and while some people think that the squad isn’t quite good enough, the Titans definitely have a defense that will scare the other teams in the division.

 

Other teams in the south also have some serious troubles to try and get over. The Jacksonville Jaguars are going to have to turn things around after a really bleak run of form. Don’t be surprised to see the Titans troubling teams in the playoffs once more.

Kansas City Chiefs

 

After a 12-win season in their ninth year under Andy Reid, they’ll be hoping to go even further as the head coach makes it a full decade in charge. Kansas City has an incredible attacking threat even though they didn’t do much in the playoffs.

 

They’ve lost Tyreek Hill, but ended up with JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling, as well as some other draft picks, that will further bolster both the offense and defense. All of this without discussing a certain Mr. Mahomes, who is always likely to make the difference.

 

The Chiefs might be a smart pick for the 2023 competition.

Dallas Cowboys

 

The Cowboys are seen as something of an outside bet. However, Micah Parsons has shown what a serious threat he can be, and they’ve brought in some fantastic talent to further improve their roster. CeeDee Lamb and Ezekiel Elliott could also be in line to make a triumphant return.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

 

There is no way that we can write them out of the reckoning. Tom Brady’s retirement lasted just over a month, before he decided he was going to come back and upset the betting odds once again.

 

The Buccaneers are strong without him, but with Brady, they are likely to be genuine contenders, especially when you consider that the NFC South does not have a lot of very strong teams.

Buffalo Bills

 

The Bills are real contenders once again and adding Von Miller to the mix can only be a good thing. They’ve done some really smart business bringing in free agents in the offseason, so there’s every chance they will be contenders.

 

Many have installed the Buffalo Bills as early favorites for the Super Bowl 2023, but there’s a long way to go until we know the outcome.

 

The unpredictability of the Super Bowl and the whole season leading up to it is one of the very best things about being a football fan. Who are you tipping to perform in the upcoming season? All we know is that there is going to be a lot of fun and surprises along the way.

 

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