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What's up in MLB on Wednesday?

There is some afternoon baseball. The Cleveland Indians are -115 favorites against the St. Louis Cardinals in an early game, the Minnesota Twins are -145 favorites against the Detroit Tigers (take the underdog there) and the Boston Red Sox and Toronto Blue Jays have a doubleheader after getting rained out on Tuesday night.

Broncos report to camp

Here are the Broncos' NFL ranks in points scored each season since Peyton Manning retired: 22, 27, 24, 28, 28. That's a long stretch of bad offensive football and the skill-position talent is capable of way more than ranking near the bottom of the NFL in points. Courtland Sutton returns from an ACL tear and if he's healthy, he's a legitimate No. 1 receiver. Jerry Jeudy dropped too many passes last season, but the 2020 first-round pick had moments where he looked good. Tight end Noah Fant is one of the few big-time playmakers at his position in the NFL. They should be better offensively this season. (Read more on the Broncos here.)

Lions report to camp

Jared Goff fell out of favor with the Rams, and fast. He went from a Pro Bowl quarterback helping the Rams get to a Super Bowl at age 24 to perhaps being benched for John Wolford last postseason. Goff was exposed as a quarterback who could play well in ideal conditions but struggles if the supporting cast isn't great, if he's pressured or if a defensive coach can confuse him with coverages. The Lions aren't expected to be good, which isn't ideal for Goff. But the Lions felt they needed a veteran quarterback coming back to them in a Matthew Stafford trade. Goff, a former No. 1 overall pick who is just 26, might not have long to prove he can be the long-term answer before the Lions look for another quarterback in the draft. (Read more on the Lions here.)

Titans report to camp

The Titans win total at BetMGM is 9, and it would be very hard to take the under. Does this look like an 8-9 team to you? It's fine to be skeptical of the Titans. They don't have a good defense. They won a lot of close games. There's no guarantee Julio Jones isn't in a decline. If Derrick Henry goes down, the Titans might be in trouble. All that said, again, it seems crazy to think the Titans won't be a .500 team. The over is the play. (Read more on the Titans here.)

Giants report to camp

The Giants were aggressive in free agency. They added receiver Kenny Golladay, a rare No. 1 receiver who hits the open market, and cornerback Adoree' Jackson. They had a solid draft, led by receiver Kadarius Toney. Their biggest addition will be getting Saquon Barkley back from a torn ACL. A team that seemed to have positive vibes heading into the offseason got a little better. (Read more on the Giants here.)

Jets report to camp

The New York hype train is already roaring down the tracks for Zach Wilson, the BYU quarterback who went second overall. He is getting Patrick Mahomes comparisons due to his arm. This is what happens in markets like New York, with teams like the Jets. There's a never-ending desire for success and new headlines. Before Wilson plays a game, he'll be turned into a messiah. Then, if he fails, the headlines will turn nasty. It's not like we haven't seen that before. (Read more on the Jets here.)

Eagles report to camp

This preview is about the 2021 Eagles, not the 2017 championship team, and it's hard to know where to start. It's a team stuck between a full rebuild and trying to make a run at the playoffs again. They can have some hope for a big rebound because there are still some players from the glory days and the NFC East isn't that tough. But it's clearly a franchise in transition. (Read more on the Eagles here.)

Steelers report to camp

The Steelers had a top-three defense and that side of the ball should be very good again. There are very good receiving options, especially since JuJu Smith-Schuster didn't get the mega-deal he wanted and came back to Pittsburgh on a one-year contract. The Steelers drafted running back Najee Harris in the first round to fix their woes in the running game. The offensive line is an issue, and maybe a bigger one than Ben Roethlisberger, but the quarterback with the fading arm is going to get most of the attention. How will Roethlisberger look? Nobody knows, not even him. (Read more on the Steelers here.)

Washington Football Team reports to camp

Washington's strength is its defense, and it's possible WFT will have the best defense in the NFL this season. Chase Young will be a defensive player of the year candidate every season for the next decade. Montez Sweat would be the best pass rusher on many teams. Washington gave cornerback William Jackson III $40.5 million over three years to make the secondary even better. Washington's defense, which ranked second in yards allowed and fourth in points allowed last season, dragged the team to a division title. The defense might actually be better this season. The offense can't be worse. (Read more on the Washington Football Team here.)

Colts report to camp

Carson Wentz comes to a team that might have won a championship already if Andrew Luck didn't retire. They have a fantastic offensive line and running back Jonathan Taylor proved to be a great fit down the stretch last season when he was a rookie. The defense was a top-10 unit last season. The coaching staff is fantastic and so is the front office. Wentz tried to do it all the past few seasons, because who else on the Eagles was going to help? The Colts just need him to be good enough around a great team. (Read more on the Colts here.)

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