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PFT Editorial Staff

All the latest information on schedule and matchups for the 2024 NFL season.
The full slate of every pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.
The Steelers went 10-7 last season before losing to the Bills in the Wild Card.
After going 5-12 in 2022, the Rams were one of the surprise teams in 2023, going 10-7 to reach the playoffs, where they lost by one point at Detroit in the Wild Card.
New Orleans went 9-8 last year and missed the playoffs for a third-straight season.
After missing the playoffs last season, the Seahawks chose to move on from Pete Carroll, who had been Seattle’s head coach since 2010.
After missing the playoffs for a 13th straight season last year, the Jets will be hoping the return of a healthy Aaron Rodgers can end the NFL’s longest active playoff drought.
The Chiefs will look to cement themselves as one of the greatest teams in NFL history as they go for a three-peat in the 2024 season.
The 2023 season saw the Detroit Lions win their division for the first time in 30 years (when their division was known as the NFC Central), and win a playoff game for the first time in just as long.
Since winning Super Bowl LV in the 2020 season, the Buccaneers have won three straight NFC South division titles and upset the Eagles in the Wild Card last year.
After losing in overtime against the Chiefs in Super Bowl LVIII in February, the 49ers remain in win-now mode.
The Houston Texans are one of the teams with the brightest futures in the league.
2023 was another lackluster season for the Chicago Bears, finishing at the bottom of the NFC North with a 7-10 record (a disappointment, but, it should be noted, improvement on 2022’s bottom of the barrel 3-14 showing).
In the first season under head coach Shane Steichen last year, the Colts finished 9-8 but missed out on a berth in the playoffs with their Week 18 loss at home against the Texans.
The Bengals entered last season with Super Bowl aspirations, but QB Joe Burrow was limited to just 10 game due to injury as Cincinnati went 9-8 and missed the playoffs for the first time since Burrow’s rookie season in 2020.
Last season, the Jaguars were 8-3 and looked primed to win a second straight AFC South division title before losing five of their final six games to finish at 9-8 and miss the playoffs altogether.
The Ravens finished last season with the best record in the NFL (13-4) as Lamar Jackson won his second MVP award.
In the first season of the Jordan Love era in Green Bay, the Packers were something of a Cinderella story in the postseason, entering as the No. 7 seed and defeating the No. 2 Dallas Cowboys in the Wild Card round.
The Falcons fired head coach Arthur Smith in January after three years in charge, with Atlanta going 7-10 and missing the playoffs in all three of those seasons.
The Vikings of 2024 will look notably different than that of 2023 following the departure of long-time QB Kirk Cousins, who signed a four-year deal with the Falcons in March.
After going 6-11 and missing the playoffs for a second straight year last season, the Titans fired head coach Mike Vrabel as a new era in Tennessee gets underway.
The Cardinals have gone 4-13 in each of the last two seasons, but this year’s draft could mark the beginning of the team’s turnaround.