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NFL 2021 Schedule: Draft Class Rankings, Los Angeles Chargers, Chicago Bears and New York Jets Top the List
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With close to five months remaining, betting on NFL is all set to get underway on September 9. This year, the span of the NFL 2021 schedule is 18 weeks. This includes 32 teams playing 17 games. It’s going to be a long four months until the final regular-season showdown on January 9. Each team will have six games against their divisional opponents. From within the conference, each team will have four games, two on the road, and two at home. Based on their respective American Football Conference and National Football Conference, North, South, East, and West Divisions will divide these 32 teams. However, May 12 will be the release date for the final NFL schedule.
The defending Super Bowl champions Tampa Bay Buccaneers will play the host for the official start of the new season. For football fans, the tickets will be available on the official team site on the tickets page. Raymond James Stadium will play host for the opening game. Tom Brady’s Buccaneers will prepare to continue their glory whereas they will play against Dallas Cowboys. On the other hand, Buffalo Bills are one of the other teams that might take a spot.
Draft Class Rankings
While Trevor Lawrence has made it to the Jacksonville Jaguars with the No. 1 NFL Draft Pick, the Chargers, Bears, and Jets top the board with the rankings. Lawrence was one of those top quarterbacks for the Clemson Tigers and now his NFL career has just begun. Moving onto the Draft Class Rankings, Chicago Bears had Justin Field from Ohio State at their round one. Offensive tackle Teven Jenkins was their second option from Oklahoma State. At round five, the Bears had Larry Borom.
Chargers and Jets Top-Three Picks
Los Angeles Chargers took Rashwan Slater as their No. 1 pick from Northwestern Wildcats. Drafted at the second round was Cornerback Asante Samuel Jr from Florida State Seminoles. The Chargers went ahead at their No. 3 draft pick with Wide Receiver Josh Palmers from Tennessee Volunteers and Tight End Tre’McKitty from Georgia. New York Jets made one of the best moves as they drafted Quarterback Zach Wilson from the BYU Cougars along with Offensive Guard Alijah Vera-Tucker from USC Trojans. At their second round, Wide Receiver Elijah Moore was drafted from Mississippi.
Browns and Dolphins Top-Three Picks
Cleveland Browns made their round one pick with Cornerback Greg Newsome II from the Northwestern Wildcats. At their second round, the Brows picked Linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah from the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Anthony Schwartz was selected at the third round as their Wide Receiver from Auburn Tigers. Miami Dolphins took in Jaylen Waddle from Alabama as their Wide Receiver in their top pick. Javon Holland was their second pick from Oregon followed by Liam Eichenberg from Boston College Eagles. The best NFL online sportsbook will be up soon and betters will be able to place their bets once the games are in place.