With the NFL regular season set to begin on September 6 [VIDEO], every team has fans that are excited that their team can make an impact with everyone starting 0-0. While ESPN's Football Power Index believes a New England Patriots/Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl is the most likely outcome (and would be a rematch), it still only gives it a seven percent chance of happening.

With that being said, there are teams that have more talent on paper than others.

On Monday, ESPN came out with their "NFL Rank 2018" which predicts who they believe will be the top 100 players in the league this upcoming season.

There are nine teams with at least five players on the list.

The top two teams with seven (Eagles and Minnesota Vikings) are the two teams that met in the NFC Championship Game last season. Of course, the Eagles went on to win the Super Bowl [VIDEO].

The Chicago Bears, Indianapolis Colts, and Miami Dolphins are the only three teams that did not have a single player named on the list.

Here are the nine teams who had at least five make the list, who those players are, and where they were ranked.

Minnesota Vikings - 7

  • Harrison Smith, S (25)
  • Xavier Rhodes, CB (34)
  • Everson Griffen, DE (39)
  • Adam Thielen, WR (71)
  • Kirk Cousins, QB (80)
  • Danielle Hunter, DE (93)
  • Dalvin Cook, RB (95)

Philadelphia Eagles - 7

  • Carson Wentz, QB (17)
  • Fletcher Cox, DT (29)
  • Lane Johnson, OT (54)
  • Malcolm Jenkins, S (56)
  • Zach Ertz, TE (79)
  • Brandon Graham, DE (94)
  • Jason Kelce, C (98)

Atlanta Falcons - 6

  • Julio Jones, WR (8)
  • Matt Ryan, QB (21)
  • Alex Mack, C (64)
  • Devonta Freeman, RB (74)
  • Vic Beasley Jr., LB (88)
  • Deion Jones, LB (96)

Jacksonville Jaguars - 6

  • Jalen Ramsey, CB (9)
  • Calais Campbell, DE (23)
  • A.J. Bouye, CB (47)
  • Yannick Ngakoue, DE (76)
  • Myles Jack, LB (78)
  • Telvin Smith, LB (92)

Los Angeles Chargers - 6

  • Joey Bosa, DE (14)
  • Phillip Rivers, QB (45)
  • Keenan Allen, WR (53)
  • Melvin Ingram, LB (55)
  • Casey Hayward, CB (66)
  • Melvin Gordon, RB (72)

Dallas Cowboys - 5

  • Ezekiel Elliott, RB (15)
  • Tyron Smith, OT (32)
  • Zack Martin, G (38)
  • DeMarcus Lawrence, DE (42)
  • Travis Frederick, C (61)

Kansas City Chiefs - 5

  • Travis Kelce, TE (22)
  • Eric Berry, S (36)
  • Kareem Hunt, RB (52)
  • Justin Houston, LB (69)
  • Tyreek Hill, WR (75)

Los Angeles Rams - 5

  • Aaron Donald, DT (3)
  • Todd Gurley, RB (13)
  • Marcus Peters, CB (48)
  • Ndamukong Suh, DT (51)
  • Andrew Whitworth, OT (58)

New Orleans Saints - 5

  • Drew Brees, QB (6)
  • Marshon Lattimore, CB (26)
  • Alvin Kamara, RB (30)
  • Cameron Jordan, DE (31)
  • Michael Thomas, WR (44)