The NFL offseason has reached it’s almost quiet point. So what is there to write about exactly, well we can write about teams who have done very little this off season thus far and need a big draft. One from each division, let’s fly.
Nearly every team has done a good job at addressing needs in the free agency period. So I will just say this, the Giants need a QB to succeed Eli Manning, the Eagles seem to be set but could use another pass rusher because of Michael Bennett’s legal saga. Washington could use a high quality pass rusher and a reload in the secondary after losing Brashad Breeland to the Panthers. Dallas needs a corner.
Another division in which all teams got a lot better in free agency. Green Bay however needs to improve the secondary in the draft. Mohamed Wilkerson is a nice addition but it doesn’t make a bad defense any better.
Atlanta hasn’t done anything but lose targets on offense. The Falcons need some more offensive targets. Especially in an offense that struggled at points last year under Steve Sarkisian.
Seattle certainly made moves. They made the wrong moves though. They deconstructed there roster and left a top five QB with no pieces around him in his prime. Pete Caroll and John Schneider should be on the hot seat this year.
The obvious answer is the Miami Dolphins. This team has no direction, they got rid of there best wide out and best defensive player to down grade at each of those positions. They also have a glaring lack of a QB. Adam Gase has never liked Ryan Tanehill and I am convinced he will be dealt. I don’t like the direction this team is moving in at all.
The Steelers didn’t do anything wrong there were just no linebackers in this free agency class. They need to attack that position in the draft because without Ryan Shazier that defense goes from top 10 to bottom half of the leauge.
I have said it before I will say it again. The Broncos have no direction at this point, the draft will tell us a lot about where John Elway thinks this team is. The Raiders also have some major problems, Michael Crabtree was a big part of that offense.
A strong division. No doubt about it you have to say the Titans but even that isn’t entirely accurate. A good off season so far for this entire division.