NFL Teams Most Likely to Miss the Playoffs in 2018PackFan2005 When you think of this concept, the Cleveland Browns first come to mind. It’s where player’s careers go to die. But it’s not just the Browns that most likely won’t make the playoffs. Here, we’re looking at the NFL teams most likely to miss the playoffs in 2018.
The Top Ten
Arizona should start up the tank. Most of their players are around 30 and have very little left.Seriously Sam Bradford will probably be out by week 6. Larry Fitzgerald is coming down to the end of the wire and yeah basically one injury will throw this team off completely. The smart move would be to win hardly any games to get the #1 overall pick - Randomator
Exactly you need young talent at this rate, because a lot of the roster is more older veterans carry the team. This could be Larry's final year as a Cardinal. - htoutlaws2012
Here are Arizona’s quarterbacks. Two journeymen, and an inexperienced rookie. That’s just one downside. Larry Fitzgerald is getting up there in age, and after he retires, what receivers will they have. They’ll rely too heavily on David Johnson, who is coming off of a season on injured reserve. The only bright spot is their defense, who is being headed by Patrick Peterson and other quality players. Still, it won’t be enough for them to revert back to 2015 form. - PackFan2005
Ugh... if there smart they should win VERY less games in order to build in the right way by not getting wasted spaced of 30 year old players who are proven to have some weird red flag on them over the years. - htoutlaws2012
Andrew Luck's miraculous escape from the glue factory might lead this team to 5 wins instead of 4 this year! - Satire
He already made them. - WorldPuncher47592834
Surprised to see the Colts over the Browns? Don’t be. Andrew Luck may be throwing a little again, but his shoulder is still in rough shape. Also to note, the Browns have the better quarterback situation than the Colts. Never thought I’d say that. They have a healthy Tyrod Taylor and a rookie in Baker Mayfield. Indianapolis has a hurt starting quarterback and a decent at best backup in Jacoby Brissett. Not to mention there’s little depth at receiver behind T.Y. Hilton, a backfield without a longtime veteran named Frank Gore, and an unknown defense. It’ll be a couple of years before the Colts get back on track. - PackFan2005
Even with Andrew Luck I'd be shocked if they manage to have a higher record than any of their other division rivals. Houston looks promising again, Tennessee looks way better, and Jacksonville is on a terror of sacking everyone's lights out cold. - htoutlaws2012
1 win in 2 years. How bad can you get? They will not jump from 1-32 to playoff teams.
What do you expect, they're the Browns!
I mean after 0-16 the only way to go is up but it’s not going to be enough for playoffs. Anything more than 2 wins will be a surprise - Randomator
THE CLEVELAND CLOWNS!
Just get this to number one. We all know they’re probably going to go 0-16 again. Baker Mayfield might get arrested (again) and suspended. They got nothing from the Draft, but did get decent free agents. But, I don’t see them even getting CLOSE to the Super Bowl with all the injuries and drugs. I have lost all hopes in the Browns at this point - KingSlayer93316
Does anyone think the Dolphins will make the playoffs this year? For you seldom few, let me discuss something. Miami has lost three key players who contributed to their 2016 playoff season. Jarvis Landry, whom they traded to the Browns. Ndamukong Suh, who despite being labeled a dirty player, stayed consistent with the Dolphins. Now he’s lining up with Aaron Donald in Los Angeles. Then there’s pro bowl center Mike Pouncey, who found his way to the other Los Angeles team. Bottom line, it’ll be an upward climb to the playoffs for the Dolphins. - PackFan2005
Looking at there schedule the only winnable games I see are the Dolphins, Browns,Colts and Bears. Outside of that nothing real winnable. This team doesn’t have much but what they do have isn’t enough - Randomator
They’re even worse off than the Browns. Plenty of quarterbacks, but will they put up points and win games? Their receiving corps is close to garbage, near no depth at running back after Matt Forte’s retirement, a depleted defensive line, and a blank defensive backfield with a bright light in Jamal Adams. Did I mention they’re in a division with the Patriots? They will not make the playoffs. - PackFan2005
Thank god he's gone! - lilrocketman
Another team trying to get back to its 2015 form. Enter Marvin Lewis. He’s brought the Bengals to the playoffs seven times, and he’s lost all those games. His firing is long overdue, and yet they gave him an extension after the 2017 season. Their quarterback is decent, they have a good group of receivers, their running back room is stable, and their defense is fine. It’s their head coach that’s holding them back. Sorry Cincinnati, he should’ve been gone years ago. - PackFan2005
The Cowboys hope Dak Prescott can get their team back to the playoffs again. Only this time, it’ll be without Dez Bryant and Jason Witten. It’s odd to think that their number one wide receiver in 2018 may be Terrance Williams. Behind him are only Allen Hurns, Cole Beasley, Tavon Austin, and rookie Michael Gallup. On defense, they’re injury prone, and it won’t be enough to get them to the playoffs this year. - PackFan2005
The chicago bears didn't make it to the playoffs
They don’t have a good QB unless Allen plays good.The offensive side has some concerns however the defense is decent so maybe they can get the edge in enough games to go to the playoffs in back to back years - Randomator
The quarterback with the most starting experience on the Bills currently is AJ McCarron. And he’s only started a few games. Then it’s just Nathan Peterman and Josh Allen. They don’t have enough talent at receiver, but at least they have a strong defense. Can that carry them to the playoffs again? No, probably not. - PackFan2005
Anybodies guess at QB most likely the 6'5 Josh Allen, They got an elite running back carrying a very sluggish passing game with mostly no name targets. Offensive line is a big concern they lost Incognito, and Wood during the off-season could Josh Allen be the most sacked QB maybe. Buffalo does have a talented defense all around that can carry them especially in tough divisional opponent maybe squeak a few wins to get a push somewhere. - htoutlaws2012
I like what they’re doing on both sides of the ball, but it may be a couple more years before they are playoff ready. Their offense is constantly suffering injury after injury, which is affecting Tampa’s ability to win. But with a strong defensive line and a young quarterback, we may see them in the postseason in a few years. Just not this year. - PackFan2005
Offense is a big concern. And they are in a division with Atlanta and New Orleans. Playoffs? Not impossible but not likely - Randomator
Okay okay I got it the panthers aren’t consistent but with cam newton it is likely they will get the playoffs
I don’t like the direction the Panthers are going in. Cam Newton isn’t consistent with the pass, and his receivers aren’t helping. Their offensive line isn’t the same it once was, and their defensive backfield is talent deprived. The only things I like about their team at the moment are their running backs, defensive line, and their linebackers. Otherwise, they could be set up for another 6-10 season. - PackFan2005
Want to be like how they were when they won Super Bowl 50, but oh wait, look at that, they can't!
I bleed orange and navy blue, but Vance Joseph, Case Keenum, and hell, even John Elway will make sure that this team will not make it. And guess what, they didn't!
It all depends on Case Keenum. If he plays like he did in Minnesota they have a shot at winning a decent amount of games.The defense is mostly still intact so playoffs aren’t entirely out of the question - Randomator
I doubt they miss the playoffs. Unless something happens to Tom Brady. - PackFan2005
They really suck this year. team and everything. defense is trash. quarter back is ugly asf. couch looks like chucky etc... smh.
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