Offseason analysis of the NFL, division by division
Denver and San Diego face uncertainty along the offensive line. Oakland is banking on youth in the secondary, while the Chiefs hope to change their vertical passing struggles.
Seattle needs offensive linemen, San Francisco needs linebackers, St. Louis needs wide receivers, and the Cardinals need ... wait, offensive linemen? Seriously?
Will Houston actually get worse at quarterback? How will Jacksonville and Tennessee generate a pass rush? And will Andrew Luck survive the season?
The Falcons are still trying to replace Tony Gonzalez, the Panthers must find a way to protect Cam Newton, the Bucs (as always) could use more pass rushers, and the Saints need anyone who can catch a football.
The state of Ohio is in dire need of pass catchers, while the Steelers and Ravens each have to replace a legend on defense.
The Vikings need offensive line help, while the Bears, Lions, and Packers have significant defensive concerns.
While the Dolphins and Patriots could use more talent in their secondaries, the Bills and Jets need the same thing the Bills and Jets always seem to need.
The defenses of the NFC East all had poor secondaries in 2014. Five months later, they haven't gotten much better.
Will Adrian Peterson leave Minnesota for a warmer climate in 2015?
Scott Kacsmar says that NFC North stars like Randall Cobb and Ndamukong Suh could find new homes in the AFC West.