Number 1: Seattle Seahawks
Even with some personnel change, Seattle still has a great roster. It will be very hard to repeat, though.
Number 2: Denver Broncos
They won free agency, now let’s see if they can win their third championship.
Number 3: San Francisco 49’ers
With the money SF gave Kaepernick, he must transform into an elite quarterback. My guess is he will.
Number 4: New England Patriots
The main priority this offseason was to improve the defense. On paper, it looks like a success. Let’s see if they can put it together on the field.
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