Los Angeles Rams

Disappointment is relative. The Rams wouldn’t need to regress much for the 2018 season to feel like a big disappointment, especially with all the talent Los Angeles acquired this offseason. kids nfl jerseys cheap Expectations are sky high for Sean McVay’s team, and rightfully so.

How will the Rams deal with those expectations? Teams now have a full year of tape on McVay’s offense and quarterback Jared Goff, and the Rams will face a daunting schedule that includes games against several of the NFC’s top teams (Eagles, Vikings, Packers, Saints). The slate also includes the AFC West, which looks strong, and the NFC West should be one of the NFL’s most competitive divisions.

The Rams look Super Bowl-worthy on paper. Both sides of the ball are loaded with difference-makers, and McVay’s offense worked wonders in developing Goff. But the Rams scored the most points in the NFL and produced 28 takeaways and 48 sacks in 2017. All the added talent demands improvement, but it’ll be hard for the Rams to beat those numbers.kids nfl jerseys

Having Ezekiel Elliott enter the season unburdened of off-field drama should help, and the Cowboys look strong on both the offensive and defensive lines. Question marks in the passing game and secondary, though, could make or break the Cowboys’ season.

Who is going to catch passes from Dak Prescott? nfl kids jerseys Gone are Dez Bryant and Jason Witten, leaving behind one of the NFL’s least inspiring groups of pass-catchers. Arguably no team has a shakier depth chart at both receiver and tight end.nfl jerseys for kids

On defense, the Cowboys still look susceptible in the secondary. Dallas gave up 28 touchdown passes last season but did next to nothing to add help at cornerback or safety.

The Cowboys clearly want to ride Elliott and lean on their front seven on defense in 2018. That strategy could work, but it’s also one injury to Elliott or Demarcus Lawrence away from collapsing. cheap kids nfl jerseys Getting back over the hump and improving on last season’s 9-7 finish won’t be easy.