Cyclones in the NFL Preview (2020)

With the NFL season approaching, we decided to do a Podcast, predicting the stats of Cyclones in the NFL to help give an idea of what to expect from the players and maybe even some fantasy football help. Listen to the Podcast here: ​


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David Montgomery- Chicago Bears (RB)

Predicted Stats: 1,000 yards, 10+ TDs



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Montgomery came into his rookie year with the Bears looking to split carries with Tarik Cohen after being drafted in the 3rd round. He eventually become the go to back for the bears and is looking to continue that this season. Montgomery totaled over 1000 yards last season to go along with 7 total touchdowns.

ALLEN LAZARD-GREEN BAY PACKERS (WR)

PROJECTED STATS: 800+ Yards, 5+ TDs



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After bouncing around the league, Lazard finally found a home in Green Bay where he enjoyed a breakout season this past year. Lazard will look to build on his 500 yard and 3 touchdown season in 2019.


Hakeem Butler-Arizona Cardinals (WR)

Projected Stats: 300+ Yards, 2 Tds



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After a hand injury kept Butler out of his rookie season, the big play wide receiver will look to be a solid target for Kyler Murray in the Arizona Cardinals injury. Second year Andy Isabella is also looking for a breakout season and Butler will also be playing with future Hall of Famer Larry Fitzgerald.

A.J. Klein- Buffalo Bills (LB)

Projected Stats: 80+ Tackles, 3+ Sacks



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Klein just signed a multi year deal with the Buffalo Bills after two solid 70 tackle seasons with the New Orleans Saints. The former Cyclone Linebacker had also added two or more sacks the last two season along with an interception and touchdown during the 2019 team. He will look to start at an outside linebacker position in his new home in Buffalo.

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