Even though Saquon Barkley should be considered the best rookie running back going into this season, there are several other rushers that have the potential to be elite playmakers as well.
Which rookies have what it takes to be elite starters in the NFL this season?
Did the Cincinnati Bengals draft the ideal playmakers that they need to become a legitimate contender in the AFC?
Did the Pittsburgh Steelers do enough to improve their inconsistent defense in the 2018 NFL Draft?
Was Ozzie Newsome's final draft as the Baltimore Ravens General Manager his best ever?
Is this the year that the Cleveland Browns finally take a step in the right direction in becoming competitive for the first time in several years?
With several teams looking to win their first Stanley Cup, it will be compelling to see if the perenial contenders can hold off the tenacious newcomers in the second round.
With an efficient offense and a shutdown starting rotation, the Philadelphia Phillies are well on their way to becoming a serious competitor in baseball.
As great as the Capitals have looked thus far in the postseason, they will need to get past the second round of the playoffs to prove that they are legitimate Stanley Cup contenders.
Down 3-1 to the Utah Jazz in the first round of the playoffs, the Oklahoma City Thunder will be hard pressed to convince Paul George to stay with their franchise come free agency.
Excelling on both offense and defense thus far in the playoffs, the Golden Knights will be a difficult team to overcome regardless of who they may face in the subsequent rounds of the postseason.
Although he may not be the disciplined pocket passer that some teams are looking for, Lamar Jackson has the desired intangibles and athleticism to excel in the pros if given a proper chance to prove what he is made of.
Clinching a Wild Card spot last season, could the cerebral pitching staff of the Diamondbacks take this intriguing team even further this season?
With several teams in the Eastern Conference looking to dethrone the Pittsburgh Penguins, this should be one of the most exciting NHL playoff events in recent memory.
In the Western Conference, there are several teams that have what it takes to win it all. Which team will persevere in the wide open Western Conference bracket?