5. Will Joey Bosa finally have a first-team All-Pro season?
Believe it or not, Joey Bosa has been the NFL since 2016 but he has not yet had first-team All-Pro season. He’s been to two Pro Bowls and has posted double-digit sacks in three of his four seasons.
It’s shocking how Bosa is considered to be one of the best edge rushers in the NFL but he’s yet to post an All-Pro season. Compared to guys like Khalil Mack, J.J. Watt, and Von Miller, all of whom were first-round picks and first-team All-Pro’s by year two, it’s odd as to why Bosa hasn’t earned his bid yet.
While Bosa’s 2018 season was cut short due to an injury, he managed to start all 16 games in 2019 and post 11.5 sacks, along with 67 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, and 31 quarterback hits. These are clearly elite numbers but it is fair to ask, could 2020 finally be the year where Bosa cements his status amongst many of the names mentioned above, especially since he’ll be heading into a contract year where he’ll look to sign an extension or potentially hit free agency in 2021.