With the preseason on the horizon, we take a look at what players are getting their first home deliveries this season.1.
Mike Nugent, Minnesota VikingsWith the Vikings going to the playoffs for the first time in three years, the club announced on Tuesday that Nugent is taking delivery of his home delivery from FedEx.
The Vikings’ quarterback is already on pace to become the franchise leader in completions this season with an incredible 3,541.2.
Andrew Luck, Indianapolis ColtsThe Colts have made a splash in free agency by signing veteran safety Antoine Bethea to a four-year, $47 million contract, as well as free-agent tackle Anthony Castonzo and former linebacker Nate Solder.3.
Justin Houston, Houston TexansHouston quarterback Justin Houston has been one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL over the past two seasons.
He has completed 66.5 percent of his passes for 3,848 yards, 15 touchdowns and just one interception, and is just the third quarterback to ever have 2,500 passing yards and five touchdown passes.4.
Jameis Winston, Florida State SeminolesJameis Wilson is one of a few former first-round picks who are starting to make their mark in the league.
Wilson, who was picked up by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last offseason, will start for the Panthers on Sunday when they take on the Indianapolis Colts.
The rookie quarterback completed 64.4 percent of throws for 1,835 yards and eight touchdowns and threw for 1 and 3 TDs in the Panthers’ 31-27 victory over the Washington Redskins.5.
Cam Newton, Carolina PanthersNewton is the most complete quarterback in the AFC South with a league-leading 824 passing yards, nine touchdowns and one interception.
The Panthers are 2-0 heading into Sunday’s game, and will need to continue their win streak to clinch a playoff spot.6.
Matt Ryan, Atlanta FalconsMatt Ryan was acquired by the Falcons with the 28th overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft.
The former No. 1 overall pick has been the best quarterback in Atlanta’s lineup all season, throwing for 3 and 3.5 touchdowns in their 23-13 win over the New Orleans Saints.7.
Blake Bortles, Jacksonville JaguarsThe Jaguars had a bye this week after a five-game losing streak that included a 16-7 loss to the Detroit Lions on Thursday night.
The win helped Jacksonville finish at No. 3 in the preseason and will likely help Bortels’ Heisman Trophy bid as he faces off against Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts on Sunday.8.
Carson Wentz, Philadelphia EaglesThe Philadelphia Eagles are 2.5 games out of the wild-card spot with a 4-1 record entering Sunday.
Quarterback Carson Wentze leads the Eagles with 721 passing yards on the season, including 2,722 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns.9.
Josh Allen, Pittsburgh SteelersThe Steelers’ Josh Allen has been an integral part of the offense all season long.
The wide receiver led the Steelers to a 9-5 record, a playoff berth and a Super Bowl appearance.10.
Cam Robinson, Seattle SeahawksThis is the third time in four seasons that the Seahawks have gone 3-0 in the playoffs.
Robinson has helped Seattle clinch the NFC West title with his play, with eight touchdowns, six interceptions and a 68.9 passer rating.11.
Josh Doctson, Washington RedskinsThe rookie quarterback from TCU has been a consistent force in the passing game all season.
Doctson has led the Redskins to a 5-1 start and is coming off of a career-high 10 receptions for 139 yards and two touchdowns.12.
Tyrod Taylor, Cleveland BrownsTaylor has thrown for 728 yards, five touchdowns and two interceptions in his last three games.
The No. 9 overall pick is coming into the playoffs with the first pick in next year’s draft, and has a chance to become one of college football’s most successful quarterbacks.13.
Mike Evans, New Orleans PelicansThe former first round pick from South Carolina has become a favorite for the Heisman Trophy after leading the Pelicans to their first winning season since 2007.
Evans has thrown 23 touchdown passes and just three interceptions in two games, and the No. 8 overall pick will be facing off against Notre Dame quarterback DeShone Kizer in the College Football Playoff semifinals.14.
Jared Goff, Los Angeles RamsThe former top-ranked quarterback in college football has struggled mightily during his rookie campaign.
Goff has thrown five interceptions and has thrown just 21 touchdowns.15.
Carson Palmer, Arizona CardinalsAfter an off-season in which he said he wanted to “throw away the playbook” and work on “a few things,” the veteran quarterback is returning to the field this week for the Cardinals against the Washington Huskies.
Palmer is expected to throw for 4,832 yards, 13 touchdowns and 12 interceptions in three games, but he has