The 2019 NFL slate looks like a lot of football, but there’s only one way to really feel the excitement: by watching it live.
But you’re not going to get the same kind of thrill if you don’t have a TV or a big enough screen.
There’s also a big chance that if you’re interested in watching the best teams from a decade ago, you’re going to be disappointed by the schedule.
That’s because this year’s schedule is more of a snapshot of the NFL’s future than the past.
The Eagles, Cowboys, Steelers, Vikings, Texans, Panthers, and Cardinals are the teams that we’re most likely to see in 2019.
If you want to see the teams we’ll likely see in 2020, you can catch the season in a different way.
If that’s the case, let’s get into what we can expect to see on these five teams in 2019 and 2020.1.
Dallas Cowboys The Cowboys will start the season without the services of Tony Romo, but they’ll probably be the team that most people remember as the team to beat.
Dak Prescott has been the most productive quarterback in the league this year, completing 69 percent of his passes for 3,076 yards and 20 touchdowns.
With Prescott back, the Cowboys will be able to build off of the momentum they started to build towards the end of last season, but the schedule isn’t going to provide the same sort of high-octane excitement.
This is a year when the Cowboys are going to have to figure out if they’re going with a “team of destiny” approach or a “go-to” one.
The Cowboys won’t be able be a “giant step up” from last year’s 1-13 season.
They’ll need to find a way to take advantage of a lack of top talent and build from a solid base.
They have to find some way to stay healthy, and they’ll need the support of a solid running game.
If they can find the right balance, they’ll be a dangerous team to play.
The schedule: Week 1: at Denver, Week 2: at Green Bay, Week 3: at Washington, Week 4: vs. Chicago, Week 5: vs