NFL Offseason 2019: Ranking the 5 most improved NFC teams

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The 2019 NFL offseason saw many teams make big moves, whether it be in the draft or free agency. These five NFC teams improved the most.

In the NFL offseason, teams look to improve upon their roster, whether it be major playoff teams or teams who were pretty low in the standings. Some teams like the Seattle Seahawks acquired many draft picks, while other teams like the Green Bay Packers were more aggressive when it came to free agency.

The NFC in 2018 was wide open for the taking. Teams like the Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints all seemed to be on an even playing field — that was until the Rams advanced to the Super Bowl with a little help from a missed pass interference call

The one thing that teams outside of the Eagles, Rams and Saints have to be positive about is the fact that the three aforementioned teams, outside of Philadelphia, did not do much to improve in the 2019 offseason.

The Saints did not make any big moves as their only big addition was a solid pickup in tight end Jared Cook. The Rams’ biggest pickup was Eric Weddle, which was a good signing. But besides that, they did not do much aside from landing a questionable inconsistent player in Dante Fowler and an injury=prone Clay Matthews.

The Eagles definitely had the best offseason out of all three of these teams. They made good free agency pickups in Ronald Darby and DeSean Jackson, but also made good draft selections with Andre Dillard and J.J Arcega-Whiteside

With that being said, the rest of the conference has been working to get into the tier of those teams. With that in mind, let’s get into the most improved NFC teams from the 2019 NFL offseason