The NFL season is still four months away, but with the draft, the calendar release, and most of the free agencies in the rearview mirror, it’s time to start hoping for a season with plenty of stories to follow, more games. than ever. before, and fewer preseason games than ever (three is still too much). There are still plenty of question marks ahead of the NFL’s start on September 9 that could affect the NFL’s season outcome: where will Aaron Rodgers play? What’s going on with Deshaun Watson? Will Tim Tebow get a spot on the Jaguar roster? OK, the latter probably doesn’t matter at all. That being said, the rosters are mostly drawn and, barring some upsetting deals or cuts, we know what each team is more or less capable of. Therefore, here’s how the NFL will play out in 2021.