Post Draft 2019-2020 NFL Season Outlook

2019-2020 Season Outlook-Post Draft

During the offseason, one of the most interesting things to do is project what will happen during the next season. In this article I will breakdown a multitude of things. I will project all 32 NFL teams win-loss projections. I will also breakdown 2020 NFL Playoffs with who gets in the playoffs and how it shakes out. And lastly, I will breakdown each NFL award and who the finalists are and who they winners will be.

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Regular Season Projections


AFC North

Cleveland Browns 12-4

Pittsburgh Steelers 7-9

Baltimore Ravens 6-10

Cincinnati Bengals 5-11

AFC South

Indianapolis Colts 13-3

Houston Texans 13-3

Jacksonville Jaguars 8-8

Tennessee Titans 6-10

AFC East

New England Patriots 12-4

New York Jets 10-6

Buffalo Bills 5-11

Miami Dolphins 3-13

AFC West

Los Angeles Chargers 11-5

Kansas City Chiefs 9-7

Oakland Raiders 9-7

Denver Broncos 2-14


NFC North

Minneapolis Vikings 12-4

Green Bay Packers 12-4

Chicago Bears 10-6

Detroit Lions 4-12

NFC South

New Orleans Saints 9-7

Atlanta Falcons 8-8

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7-9

Carolina Panthers 5-11

NFC East

Philadelphia Eagles 12-4

Dallas Cowboys 7-9

Washington Redskins 3-13

New York Giants 2-14

NFC West

Los Angeles Rams 12-4

Seattle Seahawks 11-5

San Francisco 49ers 8-8

Arizona Cardinals 3-13

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NFL Playoffs Standings


Division Winners

  1. Indianapolis Colts (13-3)
  2. New England Patriots (12-4)
  3. Cleveland Browns (12-4)
  4. Los Angeles Chargers (11-5)


  1. Houston Texans (13-3)
  2. New York Jets (10-6)


Division Winners

  1. Minnesota Vikings (12-4)
  2. Los Angeles Rams (12-4)
  3. Philadelphia Eagles (12-4)
  4. New Orleans Saints (9-7)


  1. Green Bay Packers (12-4)
  2. Seattle Seahawks (11-5)

NFL Playoffs Projections

Wildcard Round


Houston Texans @ Los Angeles Chargers

Winner: Houston Texans

New York Jets @ Cleveland Browns

Winner: Cleveland Browns


Green Bay Packers @ New Orleans Saints

Winner: Green Bay Packers

Seattle Seahawks @ Philadelphia Eagles

Winner: Philadelphia Eagles

Divisional Round


Cleveland Browns @ New England Patriots

Winner: Cleveland Browns

Houston Texans @ Indianapolis Colts

Winner: Indianapolis Colts


Philadelphia Eagles @ Los Angeles Rams

Winner: Los Angeles Rams

Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings

Winner: Minnesota Vikings

Conference Championship


Cleveland Browns @ Indianapolis Colts

Winner: Indianapolis Colts


Los Angeles Rams @ Minnesota Vikings

Winner: Minnesota Vikings

Super Bowl

Minnesota Vikings @ Indianapolis Colts

Winner: Indianapolis Colts

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NFL Awards

MVP Award


  1. Andrew Luck-QB Colts
  2. Patrick Mahomes-QB Chiefs
  3. Aaron Rodgers-QB Packers
  4. Dalvin Cook-RB Vikings

Winner: Andrew Luck

With this season outlook, I have the Colts continuing the hot streak they ended the 2019 season on. Luck was healthy during the second half of the season last year, finally knocking off the last bit of rust from his shoulder surgery. And all the Colts have done this offseason is add Luck offensive weapons like, Parris Campbell and Devin Funchess.

Luck leads the Colts to a 13-3 win-loss record in this season projection. With the Colts dominating the league I project Luck to finish with 5,200 yard passing, 43 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. If you have been reading this article you would have noticed that I also have the Colts winning the Super Bowl, so I am all in on the Colts this offseason.

Offensive Player of the Year


  1. Andrew Luck
  2. Dalvin Cook
  3. Odell Beckham Jr.
  4. Saquon Barkley

Winner: Dalvin Cook

If you read the beginning of my article, then you are probably questioning just how the Vikings ended up with a record of 12-4. Well lets just say they were taking a trip and Cook was their bus driver. Cook has always been on the brink of a breakout, and it will finally happen during the 2019-2020 season.

The Vikings offensive line has been very solid the past few years. The biggest problem has been Cook’s health, especially his knee. Some have labeled him injury prone, but I consider all his injuries to be a fluke. I project Cook to finish the season with 1800 rushing yards and 13 rushing touchdowns. I expect him to contribute 650 receiving yards on 55 catches and 3 touchdowns.

Defensive Player of the Year


  1. Khalil Mack-DE Bears
  2. Aaron Donald-DT Rams
  3. Demarcus Lawrence-DE Cowboys
  4. Frank Clark-DE Chiefs

Winner: Aaron Donald

Yes I know, very chalky to give the award to the already back-to-back DPoY. Donald’s dominance is just uncanny. There is absolutely nothing you can do when he decides that he wants to get to the passer. Teams send double teams and sometimes even triple teams at him with their tight end.

Donald will miss his trench buddy Ndamukong Suh, who is still remarkably a free agent, but he still has a stacked defense around him. Especially with the Rams re-signing pass rusher Dante Fowler Jr. I project Donald to have another monster year finishing with 55 tackles, 18.5 sacks and 23 tackles for loss.

Offensive Rookie of the Year


  1. Dwayne Haskins-QB Redskins
  2. Josh Jacobs-RB Raiders
  3. Kyler Murray-QB Cardinals
  4. D.K. Metcalf-WR Seahawks

Winner: Kyler Murray

Murray has the best chance of any rookie in this draft class to make an immediate impact. He will look to take the reigns of the Cardinals offense early on in the off-season program, while other rookies will be looking to compete in position battles.

It is extremely hard to project the type of impact Murray will have, especially during his rookie year. Murray and head coach Kliff Kingsbury will look to set the league on fire together. I project Murray to finish the season with, 3150 yards passing, 21 passing touchdowns and 16 interceptions. Murray will add 750 rushing yards and 9 rushing touchdowns.

Defensive Rookie of the Year


  1. Nick Bosa-DE 49ers
  2. Johnathan Abram-S Raiders
  3. Devin White-LB Bucs
  4. Devin Bush-LB Steelers

Winner: Devin White

Coming into the draft White was viewed as the most complete linebacker prospect. White was going to be a perfect fit for whichever team ended up drafting him. But the utmost perfect fit would be the Bucs. With former starting linebacker Kwon Alexander leaving via free agency, there was a huge hole to fill at their linebacker position.

Freshly hired defensive coordinator Todd Bowles was just fired from the New York Jets, where he religiously used speed demons at his linebacker position. So fill in Lavonte David and Devin White, and Bowles will be sleeping peaceful at night knowing he can cover whatever is thrown his way. I project White to finish the season with 135 tackles, 12 tackles for loss and three sacks.


As you probably noticed I have this labeled as my season outlook, post NFL Draft. I will come out with my next season outlook before the preseason and my final one right before the regular season begins. I like to make adjustments to my projections just because so much can happen in the NFL just in one day, let alone a whole off-season.

Hopefully you enjoyed this article, I would love to hear what you guys think about my projections. From my projections on the regular season, post season and the NFL awards. Tweet me @FFSuperflexGuru to voice your opinion. You can also check out my page for more dynasty and Oakland Raiders content!

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