Courageous Conjectures for the 2015 NFL Season
The NFL season is creeping up on us, and so is Fantasy Football. So what better time to make ridiculous predictions than, well, right now? Every year, before the season begins, I make some bold predictions about the NFL. Now these aren’t going to happen. In fact, there’s not even a 50% chance they can happen. If you want to know what we really think is going to happen, you can check out our mock drafts (Rounds 1 & 2 and Rounds 3 & 4).
So why bother with bold predictions, you ask? Well, first of all, it’s fun to wildly speculate about the 2015 season. And secondly, I sincerely think these CAN happen.
The problem is that “bold predictions” is so generic. Everyone makes “bold predictions”. So I’m going to try something different. I’m going to make “courageous conjectures”. Yup, that’s right, don’t call them “bold predictions”. These are “courageous conjectures”. And here we go:
- The player with the most rushing yards on the Dallas Cowboys in 2015 will NOT be Darren McFadden OR Joseph Randle.
- Martellus Bennett will have the second most receiving yards for the Chicago Bears in 2015.
- Victor Cruz of the New York Giants will have more receiving yards than Odell Beckham Jr. in 2015 (although OBJ will still have more one-handed catches than Cruz).
- Nick Foles of the St. Louis Rams will have more passing yards than Sam Bradford of the Philadelphia Eagles in 2015.
- C.J. Anderson of the Denver Broncos will have more total yards than Demaryius Thomas in 2015.
- In fact, C.J. Anderson will also have more total yards than any other running back in the NFL in 2015.
- No Cleveland Browns wide receiver will exceed 800 receiving yards in 2015.
- Jordan Cameron will lead the Miami Dolphins in redzone targets in 2015.
- Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs will have more receiving yards than Jimmy Graham of the Seattle Seahawks in 2015.
- C.J. Spiller will have more total yards for the New Orleans Saints than Mark Ingram in 2015.
Think I’m wrong? Sure you do! So tell me what you think!