Analysts: Fins best offseason, Bills worst

Best And Worst Offseason (2:59)

Mike Golic, Cris Carter discuss which teams had the best and worst offseasons (2:59)

"NFL Live" analysts Mike Golic and Cris Carter broke down the best and worst offseasons in the league. AFC East clubs were mentioned at the top and bottom.

Carter, a former Miami Dolphins receiver, picked his old club for the AFC's most impressive offseason because of their acquisitions of receiver Brandon Marshall and inside linebacker Karlos Dansby.

Carter made it a point to say he was picking the Dolphins over the New York Jets, who made splashy moves with running back LaDainian Tomlinson, receiver Santonio Holmes, outside linebacker Jason Taylor and cornerback Antonio Cromartie.

"People forget that this team beat the Jets twice last year," Carter said.

Golic claimed the Buffalo Bills had the AFC's worst offseason.

"C.J. Spiller can be a very exciting player, but you had a couple of running backs there," Golic said. "The biggest need is quarterback, and you've done nothing to address the quarterback position, and all those other teams in that division got better."

Carter's pick for the worst offseason was the Pittsburgh Steelers because of the notoriety Ben Roethlisberger has created for the organization.

A month ago, ESPN.com senior writer John Clayton ranked the best and worst offseasons.

Clayton rated the New England Patriots first, the Dolphins second and the Jets third in the NFL.

Clayton listed the Bills dead last.