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Every NFL team is currently getting ready to start their mandatory summer minicamps. While we still may be a few months away from the start of the season, it is the perfect time to start making predictions. With the draft and free agency over, all of the key roster spots are filled on every team. These are three bold predictions for the upcoming NFL season.

Aaron Rodgers Plays for the Packers

This would have seemed like a no-brainer earlier in the year, but the quarterback situation in Green Bay is a complete mess right now. Aaron Rodgers is upset over his treatment by the Green Bay management and coaching staff, so he has done everything in his power to get traded this offseason. The former MVP has even threatened to retire if a trade is not made. All of this has the look of overblown posturing. The Packers are not going to trade the best quarterback in the league when they are so close to competing for a title. If Rodgers wants to continue his playing career in 2021, then it will be done in a Green Bay uniform.

Los Angeles Rams Make Super Bowl

The Rams put together a nice season last year without getting any production from the quarterback position. The trade for Matthew Stafford in the offseason puts them in prime position to make the Super Bowl. Los Angeles returns the best defense in football. The offense should also be extremely explosive with Stafford throwing to Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp, and DeSean Jackson. With all of the attention on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, do not be shocked to see the Rams get back to the Super Bowl after two down years.

Ezekiel Elliot Leads League In Rushing

There are a lot of people that think Ezekiel Elliot’s best days are behind him, but these thoughts are completely unfounded. Elliot put up solid numbers before Dak Prescott’s injury last year. Despite playing with a depleted offensive line and no quarterback, Elliot still put up decent numbers in 2020. With everyone healthy again, the Dallas offense is set to be the best in the NFL. Elliot will have plenty of chance to pile up yards as the Cowboys jump out to big leads.