Bills- Lost very good players and now will end up giving up on Taylor when the team's management ultimately failed him.
Bengals- Lost all but one good of the good players. Whitworth is sneaky bad loss for them. Rumors said that a couple of those deals (Whit for sure) were lost by the team over a couple million dollars here or there.
Deadskins- What a joke. You hire a guy with a known addiction problem and then fire him after the first two consecutive winning seasons in the Snyder era. Why would anyone not named Bruce Allen or Dan Snyder want to work there?
Chargers- Okung was one of the worst tackles in the league last season, truly showing that his prime is long over. Phil Rivers better up that life insurance policy. Again.
Seahawks- The Russ Wilson awful A-rod-ish photo.
In the Middle:
Bears- Didn't get a corner and signed a QB with 18 games started.... who has a 5-13 record, a completion percentage below 60 and also a 6.5 career YPA. You usually know QBs once they have 32 starts under their belt. Glennon has 18 and got killed in them, so he may still have a chance. We all knew the Cutler thing was coming, but don't be surprised if the Bears still pick Watson or Trubisky at 3. They had a couple sneaky good signings to put them solidly in the middle.
Jags- Spent a bunch of money again. With their history, they are due for some of these deals to work out. Still have Blake Bortles at QB.
Patriots- *sigh* Brady wants to just blow away ALL THE RECORDS.
Browns- Now have a top 3 line in the AFC. Love how they used loop holes in order to make an NBA trade. Worst case for them is a heavy run team with Osweiler for one year while a QB at 12 sits for a year. Don't be surprised if the Browns go all talent core this draft and they have a USC QB starting for them in 2018. Only his name won't be Kessler. Or will Trubisky fall that far if the Broncos, Jets, and other teams try the re-tread/unproven-but-in-league/Romo route at QB? I can't remember the last time there was three positive headlines for the Browns in one day.
Last edited by Rich Gapinski; 03-10-2017 at 08:36 AM.
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