The obstacles COVID-19 has presented for NFL teams will present value for you in Week 1.
I have broken down which teams are returning their head coach, offensive coordinator, and quarterback and if a team has a new head coach, offensive coordinator, or quarterback.
The teams with complete returning staffs and quarterbacks should have superior continuity over the teams who have not played a down of football together.
Returning staff & QB vs Completely new staff & QB
- HC- Jon Gruden
- OC- Greg Olsen
- QB- Derek Carr
The new look rebuilding Panthers will feature head coach Matt Rhule, offensive coordinator Joe Brady, and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.
- HC- Doug Peterson
- QB- Carson Wentz
Returning Staff & QB vs Returning Partial Staff or QB
Teams to return head coach, offensive coordinator, and quarterback while facing a team that meets two of the three criteria of a new head coach, offensive coordinator, or quarterback.
- HC-Mike Tomlin
- OC- Randy Fitchner
- QB- Ben Roethlisberger
New York Giants return 2nd year QB Daniel Jones who has started 12 games but have new head coach Joe Judge and new offensive coordinator Jason Garrett.
- HC- Mike Vrabel
- OC- Arthur Smith
- QB- Ryan Tannehill
The Denver Broncos return head coach Vic Fangio but have new offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur to lead Drew Lock who has only made 5 NFL starts.
- HC- John Harbaugh
- OC- Greg Roman
- QB- Lamar Jackson
The Cleveland Browns have new head coach Kevin Stefanski and his analytics approach with new offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt to lead 3rd year QB Baker Mayfield.
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