NFL Offseason, Biggest wins and losses

One of the busiest off seasons in the history of the NFL presents interesting situations for teams.

After a long NFL offseason, summer training is finally almost back. As another very hectic offseason passes, lots of teams have new big name players. The Denver Broncos traded for Russel Wilson from the Seattle Seahawks, The Colts traded for Matt Ryan, Davante Adams went to the Raiders, and many other blockbuster players got traded. Some other very large contracts happened as well. The most memorable is Tom Brady announcing his retirement, then shortly after unretiring.

What trades were worth it? Many teams' trades worked out how they wanted, and those teams wouldn’t have made the trade or pick if they didn’t believe in it.

Power rankings according to ESPN, Buffalo Bills, Los Angeles Rams, Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Cincinnati Bengals, Green Bay Packers, San DIego Chargers,

San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Tennessee Titans, Baltimore Ravens, Los Vegas Raiders, Indianapolis Colts, New England Patriots, Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins, Arizona Cardinals, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, Washington Commanders, Chicago Bears, New York Giants, Seattle Seahawks, Jacksonville Jaguars, Carolina Panthers, Atlanta Falcons, New York Jets, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans.

The NFL draft was on the 28-30th of April, many good players were drafted. It was said to be a defensive line based draft. While the Broncos traded all of our first round picks, Teams such as the Jacksonville Jaguars capitalized having the first pick.

Story By: Andrew Janeczek