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San Francisco
Question marks remain with Deebo Samuel's desire for a new contract and Jimmy Garoppolo still on the roster, but at least there's some certainy in that Trey Lance has been handed the keys to the 49ers offense.  Read Our 49ers Preview
After cleaning house at coach and GM, the Bears have entered a rebuild centered around second-year QB Justin Fields, who will have David Montgomery, Darnell Mooney and not much else at his disposal on offense.  Read Our Bears Preview
To better protect Joe Burrow, the defending AFC champs fortified the O-line this offseason. Another Super Bowl bid is possible, but there are several contenders to reach the big game in a strong conference.  Read Our Bengals Preview
Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs headline the Bills offense, but this roster also features other valuable skill-position talent to be fantasy relevant across the board.  Read Our Bills Preview
With a top-tier quarterback in Russell Wilson having been added this offseason, optimism abounds that the Broncos have the pieces in place to contend in a stacked AFC West.  Read Our Broncos Preview
The Browns have swapped Baker Mayfield for Deshaun Watson at the top of the QB depth chart. If Watson misses time, Nick Chubb, Amari Cooper and Kareem Hunt may be the only worthwhile skill assets this season.  Read Our Browns Preview
Tampa Bay
In what may be Tom Brady's last hurrah in the NFL, he'll be doing so without Bruce Arians and Rob Gronkowski, while he likely won't have Chris Godwin available for a good portion of the season.  Read Our Buccaneers Preview
With a lucrative extension in hand, Kyler Murray will aim to make the Cardinals offense run as close to 100 percent as possible until DeAndre Hopkins completes his six-game suspension to start the season.  Read Our Cardinals Preview
Los Angeles
Not only will the ascending Justin Herbert benefit from having his key weapons on offense back in 2022, the Chargers’ offseason focus on fortifying the team’s defense puts a postseason bid well within reach.  Read Our Chargers Preview
Kansas City
With Tyreek Hill no longer in the mix, the Chiefs offense will have a different look in 2022, but star QB Patrick Mahomes and elite TE Travis Kelce still are around to provide valuable continuity.  Read Our Chiefs Preview
As perhaps the AFC North's most complete team, the Colts boast the reigning rushing champ in Jonathan Taylor behind a top-10 offensive line. Beyond Taylor, Michael Pittman represents the biggest fantasy asset.  Read Our Colts Preview
The carousel at quarterback continues with Carson Wentz getting a shot in the nation's capital. This team has high-end skill players, but can they get or stay healthy enough for Wentz to find success?  Read Our Commanders Preview
Dak Prescott is the centerpiece of the Cowboys offense, and with Amari Cooper gone and Michael Gallup in recovery mode, CeeDee Lamb, Dalton Schultz and Ezekiel Elliott will serve as the main targets in 2022.  Read Our Cowboys Preview
In his third season as a pro, Tua Tagovailoa is on the spot, but the quarterback’s prospects – both in real and fantasy terms – are bolstered by the Dolphins’ addition of electric playmaker Tyreek Hill.  Read Our Dolphins Preview
With A.J. Brown in town, the Eagles may boast their best roster top to bottom since 2017, which ended with the team hoisting the Lombardi Trophy. For it all to work, though, Jalen Hurts must take the next step.  Read Our Eagles Preview
In the wake of the Matt Ryan trade, the Falcons have entered a new era featuring top-flight skill talent in the form of Kyle Pitts and Drake London, with question marks about who will be throwing the passes.  Read Our Falcons Preview
New York
There's no where to go but up for the Giants after two seasons under old head coach Joe Judge. How that translates to fantasy is an open question, but Saquan Barkley bouncing back is one of those queries.  Read Our Giants Preview
Moving on from the doomed-before-it-started Urban Meyer era, the Jaguars under new coach Doug Pederson will look to facilitate Trevor Lawrence's development in the quarterback's second campaign.  Read Our Jaguars Preview
New York
Signal-caller Zach Wilson will look to make major advancements in his second pro campaign, with the Jets having made several key adjustments to his supporting cast.  Read Our Jets Preview
With serious upgrades to the receiving corps this offseason, the Lions are poised to be more well-rounded in an offense that features D'Andre Swift, Amon-Ra St. Brown and T.J. Hockenson.  Read Our Lions Preview
Green Bay
In the wake of the Davante Adams trade, uncertainty reigns in the Packers' receiving ranks, but back-to-back MVP Aaron Rodgers still resides in Green Bay, making this offense one to watch for fantasy purposes.  Read Our Packers Preview
Assuming Christian McCaffrey is back to full capacity and able to avoid injury, one of the top 2 fantasy football entities resides in Carolina. However, who will be throwing the passes remains to be seen.  Read Our Panthers Preview
New England
With Mac Jones entrenched as the Pats' signal-caller for years to come, coach Bill Belichick likely will continue to rely on a balanced offense, even after long-time coordinator Josh McDaniels' exit.  Read Our Patriots Preview
Las Vegas
Derek Carr has been reunited with former Fresno State teammate Davante Adams, and the two will look to rekindle their outstanding on-field chemistry under the direction of new head coach Josh McDaniels.  Read Our Raiders Preview
Los Angeles
No team has repeated as Super Bowl champs since the Patriots in 2004, so coach Sean McVay has his work cut out for him to get back to the big game. Helping the cause is the uncanny Stafford-Kupp connection.  Read Our Rams Preview
After being hit hard by injuries last season, the Ravens will hope for better luck on that front in 2022, with dynamic quarterback Lamar Jackson still helming the team’s offense.  Read Our Ravens Preview
New Orleans
Following Sean Payton's retirement, the Saints may not experience much change in philosophy, considering the offensive coordinator is a holdover and the impending returns of Michael Thomas and Jameis Winston.  Read Our Saints Preview
The departure of Russell Wilson leaves the Seahawks in some limbo, but even in an offense that may be more run-heavy, DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett will serve as productive options at wide receiver.  Read Our Seahawks Preview
The Steelers are a team in transition after the retirement of Ben Roethlisberger. Regardless of who his successor is, the team still has RB Najee Harris, WR Diontae Johnson and TE Pat Freiermuth to lean on.  Read Our Steelers Preview
After trading Deshaun Watson to the Browns, the Texans will turn to second-year signal-caller Davis Mills to helm the offense of a franchise in transition.  Read Our Texans Preview
The Titans sent top wideout A.J. Brown packing in a draft-day trade, but the team’s offense will get a big lift ahead of the coming season with the return to health of star running back Derrick Henry.  Read Our Titans Preview
With a new coaching staff in place, the Vikings are slated to roll out their personnel a bit differently this season, most notably with the likely use of more three-wide sets under Kevin O'Connell.  Read Our Vikings Preview