Throughout the 2020 NFL season, NFL Network analysts will provide one bold prediction heading into each week’s slate of games, continuing with this weekend’s opportunity for players who struggled in Week 1 to redeem themselves.

Marc Ross: Khalil Mack has not had a two-sack amusement since Week 3 of 2019, and he’s had as it were one constrained bobble in his final 13 trips. He breaks out of his droop in a enormous way, taking advantage of Unused York Monsters rookie LT Andrew Thomas and apprentice RT Cam Fleming by recording 2.5 sacks and constraining QB Daniel Jones to mishandle. Mack’s resurgent execution leads the Bears to their to begin with 2-0 begin since 2013 and wins him NFC Protective Player of the Week honors.

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Charley Casserly: With his to begin with amusement in a modern offense with modern collectors and a unused coach beneath his belt, Tom Brady will be energetic and prepared for a huge standoff against another division rival within the Carolina Jaguars. The ingenious QB is beyond any doubt to dice up Carolina’s youthful defense by getting his tight closes (O.J. Howard, Victimize Gronkowski and Cameron Brate) and running backs (Ronald Jones II, Leonard Fournette and LeSean McCoy) more included within the passing assaultSeek for Brady to bounce back in Week 2 with three landing passes and zero INTs

Scott Pioli: The Chiefs will discover their walk in a Huge way this end of the week at the Chargers. They have had additional time to rest and get ready for this divisional diversion, and Patrick Mahomes will pass for over 400 yards against a great Los Angeles defense. Joey Bosa’s wellbeing will be a key component in this game.

Joe Thomas: The Minnesota Vikings will bounce back after final week’s intense misfortune to the Packers with a huge execution on offense and defense. The defense and its youthful cornerbacks hold Philip Streams beneath 200 passing yards, and Kirk Cousins finds his cadence and tosses for 300 yards and two TDs in a Vikings win. Maurice Jones-Drew: After a inauspicious surging exertion in Week 1 (6 yards on 15 carries), Saquon Barkley and his hostile line get on the same page. The Monsters get their star running back going early and frequently vs. Chicago, and he wraps up with 120 hurrying yards and two TDs.

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