The best surprises the NFL left in 2021

The NFL is in the final stretch. There are two weeks left to play and there is still room in the playoffs of the 2021 Season, so it’s time for some hopeful teams to drop everything on the grid to get the desired ticket.

After a year full of challenges, there were several players and even teams that have given the bell. Here we leave you the surprises of 2021.

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The running back for the Indianapolis Colts has literally eaten the league. Jonathan Taylor He is only in his second year in the NFL and has proclaimed himself one of the great figures of the campaign; in fact, he has entered the conversation to become the Best Player of the Season.

With 1,626 yards on the ground is leader of the RB’s, with more than 500 of the second place that Joe Mixon occupies, also has 17 touchdowns so far this year.

What a nightmare for the Cowboys last year, this season has been their strongest weapon. Dallas’ defense found themselves and they have on their roster the leader in interceptions with Trevon Diggs, who totals 11. In Week 7 he set a new record with seven INTs in seven games.

Now, he will have to play his best game heading into the postseason and thus help the Lone Star to break a drought of 27 years without titles.

Trevon Diggs celebrates with the Cowboys


Oct 17, 2021; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs (7) reacts after scoring a touchdown after intercepting the ball during the second half of a game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports

The Rams are for real. The Los Angeles team changed quarterbacks, letting Jared Goff go to Detroit and signing their ranks to Matthew Stafford, who came to be a revulsive to the attack. The QB found his best ally to Cooper Coup.

The receiver is leader in yards through the air with 1,734 in 132 receptions, averaging 13.1 yards per pass; He also has 14 entries so far this year.

Cooper Kupp leading in passing yards

An injury last season took him away from the field to Joe Burrow; the degree of the fracture was worrying, as it was not going to be easy to return. The first pick of the 2020 DraftHe returned and although he had a slow start, he has grown along with the Bengals, who today are leaders of the North of the American Conference.

The second-year quarteback has already reached 30 TD passesHe is 9-6, 4,165 yards through the air on 336 completions for a rating of 105, and 14 interceptions.

Joe Burrow

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Sep 13, 2020; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (9) carries the ball for a touchdown in the first quarter during a Week 1 NFL football game against the Los Angeles Chargers, Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020, at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. The touchdown was the first in his career. Mandatory Credit: Sam Greene/Cincinnati Enquirer-USA TODAY NETWORK Sept 13

The Dolphins They surprised 10-6 last year, but unfortunately failed to make the playoffs. This campaign began with a victory over the New England Patriots, so it seemed that the trend was going to be the same, and it was not.

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The franchise fell through seven consecutive defeats, so it looked like it was going to be a long year for the Dolphins fans; but something changed, and Tua TagovailoaAlong with a powerful defense, they got back on track, now scoring seven straight wins and dreaming of making the playoffs with two games to go.

Dolphins 22-10 Ravens




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