Offseason analysis of the NFL, division by division
Offensive line is the key in Seattle and St. Louis, while San Francisco needs to work on its secondary and the Cardinals need a quarterback of the future.
The Falcons and Saints will look to shore up their defenses, the Panthers (for the 800th year in a row) need help at wideout, and the Bucs could use some new offensive linemen.
Three teams with defensive issues that need to be solved, and one that has them as well but needs a quarterback even more.
The Eagles and Giants need more passing game weapons, while the Cowboys and Redskins have defensive holes to plug.
The Broncos and Chargers need to work on their secondary, the Chiefs need better play from the offensive line, and the Raiders ... well, they need just about everything.
The Ravens need to beef up their offensive line, the Browns need a new quarterback, and Cincinnati and Pittsburgh have some defensive holes to plug.
The Texans and Titans need to see some improvement from stagnant young linebacking corps, while the Colts need to re-sign Vontae Davis and the Jaguars have to find a new quarterback.
Four Downs returns as we speculate on new receiving options in New England and New York and better offensive line play in Buffalo and Miami.
Minor weaknesses dot these teams. Except for Arizona, which needs to bring in more help to really run Bruce Arians' offense.
The Falcons and Bucs are still lacking edge rushers, the Saints need someone to protect Drew Brees, and the Panthers desperately need a second good wideout.