The 2015 NFL season is still a couple of months ahead of us, though there are plenty of NFL teasers to bite on during the offseason as we await the real feast in September. Already, various teams are remoulding their squads through various trades and the NFL Draft is fast-approaching, which will even change the teams’ rosters further… and their season’s NFL odds. As a result of such trades, the composition of 2015 NGL teams is likely to be different, especially those that will trade heavily in the draft and free agency market. This, in turn, will duly affect how such teams perform in the 2015 season.For NFL bettors, the changes are also likely, if not guaranteed, to put some shifts in early NFL odds, including issues like the Super 50 odds, the 2015-2016 NFL MVP, Rookie of the Year and Coach of the Year, among other individual honors. However, so far, all the 32 teams have solidly confirmed their head coaches and general managers, while most of the key teams have their key players in place, so we can project about how the players are likely to perform, just in the same way we have been able to look into the rosters and the coaches and then projected how teams could perform in the upcoming NFL season. If you are fantasy football fan, be sure to also check out the list below as it glimpses some of standout players to keenly watch in regards to the 2015 fantasy football preseason positional ranks.
Aaron RodgersTeam: Green Bay PackersAs long as he stays healthy, the reigning league MVP should be able to maintain his numbers, especially if his hottest target wideout Randall Cobb stays with the team.
Andrew LuckTeam: Indianapolis ColtsAndy has been in an upward mobility in all his past seasons, constantly improving from strength to strength, and based on that trend, we should even see a better Luck, particularly if the Colts add some help in the running department.
“Andre Johnson goes from a BUNCH of Texans quarterbacks to….Andrew Luck.” http://t.co/RHUoR9EHCf pic.twitter.com/1FTQeNVfGf— NFL Now (@NFLNow) March 11, 2015