Poll: Who is your “AFC Team”?

It can be frustrating to skip the first round of the draft every year. Perhaps, in the case of the LA Rams, fans can get excited on day one with another team in the NFL. Usually this “number two team” is in the counter-conference, although I understand that many people have different reasons to look elsewhere when the senior squad isn’t involved.

But there are plenty of AFC teams out there with interesting reasons to follow them right now, especially as far as the 2021 draft is concerned.

The Jaguars will vote first and will add Trevor Lawrence to quarterback while the Jets are second and will almost certainly turn to Zach Wilson. Both teams are also voting again in the 1920s, with both selections being made through NFC West teams trading against their former star defenders.

The Bengals have Joe Burrow and choose fifth place.

The dolphins have Tua Tagovailoa and choose the sixth.

The Broncos are a fascinating sleeper team because of their defense and an underrated group of offensive personnel around the quarterback position.

The chargers have Justin Herbert and Brandon Staley and choose the 13th place.

The Patriots are no longer the front runners and occupy 15th place.

The Texans are “outsiders” like never before.

Of course there are also good teams with stars like Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, Lamar Jackson, Derrick Henry and Myles Garrett.

Do you have an AFC team? What brought you to them

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Who is your “AFC Team”?

  • 2%

    Jets

    (2 votes)

  • 8th%

    bills

    (8 votes)

  • 4%

    Dolphins

    (4 votes)

  • 0%

    Patriots

    (0 votes)

  • 4%

    Ravens

    (4 votes)

  • 3%

    Steelers

    (3 votes)

  • 4%

    Bengals

    (4 votes)

  • 5%

    Browns

    (5 votes)

  • 3%

    Titans

    (3 votes)

  • 1%

    Colts

    (1 vote)

  • 0%

    Texans

    (0 votes)

  • 0%

    Jaguars

    (0 votes)

  • 12%

    Bosses

    (11 votes)

  • 16%

    Charger

    (15 votes)

  • 5%

    Broncos

    (5 votes)

  • 3%

    Raiders

    (3 votes)

  • 24%

    None

    (22 votes)


90 votes in total

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