Over the next week, I'll be presenting my NFL offseason rankings on ESPN+.
Given a team's players and resources at the end of the 2022 season,
These are meant to account for what a team accomplished throughout the offseason.
to increase its possibilities of winning a Super Bowl, both in the short and long years.
That final line is critical when judging these rankings because of the radically diverse situations each squad had to contend with.
In this situation, we care less about if the Bears added talent and more about whether they made the best use of their financial resources.
Also, despite having two first-round picks in the April draft, does history imply that the Texans made appropriate use of those assets?
My comments regarding each team's draft are more focused on team needs, historical positional worth,