Who will be Minnesota's quarterback? Mitchell Trubisky is QB1 in Chicago, but who's catching the ball? Can the Lions ever find a running back again? Finally, the Packers could use an upgrade at edge rusher, but this may be the wrong draft to do so.
Your reigning Super Bowl champs look well-prepared to defend their title, while Dallas, New York, and Washington are in dire need of defensive help. Plus: Each team's impending free-agent losses, including the subject of the hottest bidding war ever.
21 comments, Last at 25 Feb 2018, 6:01pm by Mountain Time ---- formerly Ninjalectual
The Seahawks have dominated this division for years despite a subpar offensive line, a weakness that seems to have spread to their rivals in California. Then there's the Cardinals, who will soon face life without Carson Palmer.
There's a common theme among much of this division, with Dallas, Philadelphia, and Washington all needing more help to stop opposing passing attacks. Then there's the Giants, who need to figure out who's going to run the ball this year.
8 comments, Last at 17 May 2017, 1:48pm by brentjmu
While the division champs in Pittsburgh need help in the secondary, contenders in Baltimore and Cincinnati need more talent on offense. The Browns? They need the patience to deal with some growing pains.