There may not be a tougher division in the NFL than the NFC West heading into the 2020 season. The San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks are among the NFL’s best while the Los Angeles Rams could in store for a rebound. Meanwhile, the Arizona Cardinals appear improved.
Fresh off a loss in the Super Bowl, the 49ers will look to avoid a hangover like inner-division rival Rams experienced after their shortcoming on the biggest stage. Los Angeles will aim to bounce-back while San Francisco will be aiming to repeat their success in 2020.
The Cardinals will look to take the next step similar to how the 49ers did last season with Kyler Murray playing a key role. They made an aggressive push to bolster their roster with the acquisition of DeAndre Hopkins and added some intriguing talents like Isaiah Simmons into the mix as well.
With the surprising addition of Jamal Adams, the Seahawks are clearly looking to contend as soon as possible. It makes sense considering Russell Wilson is at the top of his game and could use more help from the defense in order to be more successful in key playoffs matchups.
With that being said, let’s take a look at how each QB in the NFC West will fare during the 2020 NFL season.