With organized team activities still on hold, we might as well speculate on and analyze the NFL’s 32 teams. Here’s one big question surrounding each of them.

Arizona Cardinals: Can Kyler and Kliff take off together? — It’s Year 2 for Murray and Kingsbury, neither of whom had NFL experience before promising debuts in 2019. This time, they will have DeAndre Hopkins at their disposal.

Atlanta Falcons: Was the second half of 2019 a fluke? — Atlanta hasn’t been particularly good since Super Bowl LI, but the Falcons woke up and finished 6-2 down the stretch last year. Are they back?

Baltimore Ravens: Can Lamar avoid regressing? — Jackson had a uniquely unreal MVP season, but it probably wasn’t totally sustainable. He might regress in some ways, but he could still grow as a passer. It’s a huge year.

Buffalo Bills: Can Josh Allen take off? — The Bills are semi-stacked on paper, but they will need more consistency and progress from their franchise quarterback. Year 3 will be telling if Buffalo is ever going to win its first 21st-century playoff game.

Carolina Panthers: Is Teddy a franchise quarterback? — Bridgewater’s trying to fill a former MVP’s shoes, but he hasn’t been a starting NFL quarterback since 2015. Carolina can’t succeed if that check bounces.

Chicago Bears: Can Mitch Trubisky or Nick Foles emerge? — If neither does, the otherwise talented Bears might be looking at a rebuild.

Cincinnati Bengals: Is Joe Burrow the real deal? — The hype is there and nobody has patience these days. The No. 1 overall pick will have to show signs of progress quickly.

Cleveland Browns: Do they finally have the recipe? — They lacked the right coach and protection for young quarterback Baker Mayfield last year, but they might have it right with Kevin Stefanski, Jack Conklin, and Jedrick Wills.

Dallas Cowboys: What’s the deal with Dak? — Will he get his deal? Will he hold out? And if/when he takes the field, can he take the next step? It probably depends on that in Dallas.

Denver Broncos: Is Drew Lock the answer? — He won four of his five starts as a rookie and looked impressive in doing so, but that’s a damn small sample. The Broncos desperately need the 2019 second-round pick to be the solution under center.

Detroit Lions: Does Matthew Stafford have it in him? — The veteran quarterback was having the season of his career before a bad back shut him down midway through. If the back can hold up and he can produce as he was, the Lions have a shot. Otherwise, nope.

Green Bay Packers: Is Aaron Rodgers toast? — The highest-rated passer in NFL history hasn’t been the same since suffering a collarbone injury in 2017. If he doesn’t get it together in 2020, he might not have a lot left.

Houston Texans: Can they somehow make progress without DeAndre? — Hopkins has been a first-team All-Pro in three consecutive seasons, but Stafford was better after Calvin Johnson retired. The Texans are in trouble, but Deshaun Watson is a stud. You never know.

Indianapolis Colts: What does Philip Rivers have left? — The old man’s rate-based numbers plummeted in his age-38 season, but he’ll at least have a stronger offensive line in Indy.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Can Gardner Minshew II actually be the guy? — It’s extremely rare for a quarterback to succeed after being drafted beyond Round 4, but the sixth-rounder had some magic moments in 2019. The semi-gutted Jags can’t succeed if Minshew does not.

Kansas City Chiefs: Can they become the first repeat champion since 2004? — It’s so damn hard to defend a championship these days, but the Chiefs look wildly well-positioned after an offseason that contained few major losses.

Las Vegas Raiders: Derek Carr or Marcus Mariota? — Or neither? While Carr is the top dog, he never felt like Jon Gruden’s guy. It would be surprising if Mariota didn’t get a shot at some point.

Los Angeles Chargers: When will Justin Herbert take over? — Tyrod Taylor won’t sell a lot of tickets or attract a lot of television viewers in L.A.

Los Angeles Rams: Do they have enough talent left to compete? — They have lost Todd Gurley, Brandin Cooks, Dante Fowler Jr., Eric Weddle, Cory Littleton, Ndamukong Suh, Marcus Peters, Aqib Talib, Nickell Robey-Coleman, and LaMarcus Joyner in the last 15 months, and that division is so damn strong.

Miami Dolphins: Are they ready? — Or more precisely, is Tua Tagovailoa? If not, they will likely need another year in rebuild mode.

Minnesota Vikings: Did they lose too much talent? — The cap-strapped Vikes will have to try to compete without Stefon Diggs, Everson Griffen, and their top three cornerbacks from 2019.

New England Patriots: Is the dynasty over? — With sophomore middle-round pick Jarrett Stidham taking over for Tom Brady and several key cogs departing on defense, it will be hard for the Pats to keep it going following a 4-4 conclusion to 2019.

New Orleans Saints: Does Drew Brees have at least one more year in him? — For what it’s worth, the 41-year-old had the highest-rated season of his career in 2019.

New York Giants: Can Daniel Jones take the next step? — The 2019 first-round pick’s rookie campaign was a roller-coaster ride. If he can take off, the Giants have the offensive talent to make a playoff push.

New York Jets: Same question regarding Sam Darnold — He’s flashed when healthy in short spurts in his first two seasons, but the 2018 first-rounder has yet to totally take control. The Jets absolutely have the talent to win if their young quarterback can show more.

Philadelphia Eagles: Can Carson Wentz stay healthy? — It hasn’t happened in a while, and they’re unlikely to be bailed out by rookie Jalen Hurts.

Pittsburgh Steelers: What does Ben have left? — Roethlisberger led the league in interceptions in 2018 and was off to a terrible start in 2019 before an elbow injury ended his season. Now he’s 38. The Steelers need a bounce back.

San Francisco 49ers: Which way will Jimmy Garoppolo go? — Could his Super Bowl experience cause the same problems Jared Goff’s did? Jimmy G has to be better for San Francisco to get back to that game.

Seattle Seahawks: Who will step up on defense? — They simply need more than Russell Wilson and the offense and are without Jadeveon Clowney now too.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Can Tom and Gronk put them over the top? — Brady struggled mightily in the second half of his age-42 season, and Rob Gronkowski wasn’t the same even before retiring for a year.

Tennessee Titans: Did Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry both turn a corner in 2019? — Or was that an aberration? Neither had ever made a Pro Bowl before experiencing breakout campaigns.

Washington Redskins: Is Dwayne Haskins the guy? — He struggled quite a bit as a rookie, but the 2019 first-round quarterback did post a 131. passer rating in his final two starts.

About Brad Gagnon

Brad Gagnon has been passionate about both sports and mass media since he was in diapers -- a passion that won't die until he's in them again. Based in Toronto, he's worked as a national NFL blog editor at theScore.com, a producer and writer at theScore Television Network and a host, reporter and play-by-play voice at Rogers TV. His work has also appeared at CBSSports.com, Deadspin, FoxSports.com, The Guardian, The Hockey News and elsewhere at Comeback Media, but his day gig has him covering the NFL nationally for Bleacher Report.