Who Are The Top 5 NFL Teams of 2022 Season?


Adrian Curiel

The National Football League (NFL) was founded in 1920 by Walter Camp.

Bryson Antonio, Reporter

Football games are finally picking up with more fans attending in-person games. Before the 2022 season, the National Football League (NFL) started a hall of fame game at Tom Benson Stadium in Canton, Ohio. The Jacksonville Jaguars and Las Vegas Raiders played against each other. Once the hall of fame game was over, all 32 NFL teams had all rookies versus other rookies from different teams during the pre-season. During the 2022 season, the NFL started their first game at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, featuring Los Angeles Chargers and Buffalo Bills. But out of all 32 NFL teams, what teams are the best?

5. Los Angeles Chargers

The Los Angeles Chargers have won several American Football Conference (AFC) Western division championships, including those in 1979, 1980, and 1981, and reached the AFC championship game twice in the last two seasons. One of the best players from the Los Angeles Chargers is quarterback Justin Herbert. Out of two of the years, he has played, this is his best season so far with higher completed passes than he did in the first week of the 2020 and 2021 seasons. Although the Los Angeles Chargers have not won any SuperBowls they’ve added new players or players from other teams in the past seasons such as Khalil Mack, and J.C. Jackson, and drafted players such as Zion Johnson.

4. Kansas City Chiefs

In the 2020 season, the Kansas City Chiefs finished the season undefeated on the road for the first time in franchise history with a record of 14-2. This has been Patrick Mahomes’ best year out of the six years that he has played. He has higher completed passes and a higher rate than he did in previous seasons. He has already played in two Superbowls. The Kansas City Chiefs have won two of the three Superbowls, beating the Minnesota Vikings and San Francisco 49ers. This season, they also replaced Tyreek Hills with Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Juju-Smith Schuster, Skyy Moore, and Mercole Hardman.

3. Los Angeles Rams

In the 2021 season, the Los Angeles Rams won the National Football Conference (NFC) conference championship won against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with an overall score of 30-27. This was a first in the NFC West standing. They finished the season with an overall score of 12-5 and went to the Superbowl for the second time in over 22 years. Aaron Donald’s last season was his best in terms of combined tackles and he won his first Superbowl against Cincinnati Bengals with an overall 23-20. The Los Angeles Rams have won two of four Superbowls. Although they have lost critical parts of their roster, such as Robert Woods, Odell Beckham Jr., Sebastian Joseph-Day, and Von Miller they added Allen Robinson and Bobby Wagner.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

In the 2002 season NFC conference championship, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Philadelphia Eagles with a score of 27-10 and the Oakland Raiders in the Superbowl with a score of 48-21. One of the best players from Tampa Bay Buccaneers is quarterback Tom Brady because out of twenty-two of the years he has played, he has shown higher completed passes in the last season. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won two Superbowls against Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs. This year, they are replacing Rob Gronkowski with Kyle Rudolph and adding Russell Gage. They announced that Tom Brady will officially retire after 22 NFL seasons.

1. Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills are the top NFL team this season because they are known for winning consecutive American Football League (AFL) Championships in 1964 and 1965. They are also the only major professional sports championships from a team representing Buffalo. One of the best players from the Buffalo Bills is quarterback Josh Allen because he has higher completed passes and a higher completed pass rate than he did better in his previous NFL seasons. Although the Buffalo Bills have not won any Superbowls, they have added star players such as Von Miller.

The 2022 season will end on January 8, 2023, with Tom Brady retiring if his team does not make it to the Wild-card round.

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