With the NFL universe on pause, now seems like a good time to continue our big-picture look into how each organization did during the player-acquisition period of the offseason. I’m going to run through all 32 teams and rank the work they did from worst to first.
To measure how each team performed, I’m comparing their roster, cap situation and future draft capital at the beginning of the offseason to what they have in mid-May. The most important thing a team can do is add talent, so those that made significant inroads in improving their roster will rank highly, while those that saw key people leave without replacements won’t. I also considered how each attacked their specific needs, how well they read the market and handled the financial side of their deals, and what they did to create future draft picks.
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Let’s have a little talk about tweetle beetles
What do you know about tweetle beetles? Well…
When tweetle beetles fight
It’s called a tweetle beetle battle
And when they battle in a puddle
It’s a tweetle beetle puddle battle
AND when tweetle beetles battle with paddles in a puddle
They call it a tweetle beetle puddle paddle battle
When beetles battle beetles in a puddle paddle battle
And the beetle battle puddle is a puddle in a bottle
They call this a tweetle beetle bottle puddle paddle battle muddle.
When beetles fight these battles in a bottle with their paddles
and the bottle’s on a poodle and the poodle’s eating noodles
…they call this a muddle puddle tweetle poodle beetle noodle
bottle paddle battle.