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22hMike Sando

Re-grading every NFL team's 2017 offseason

Few paid much attention last March when the Minnesota Vikings signed Case Keenum to a one-year contract for $2 million -- but that move became one of the most pivotal of the 2017 season. Here's how every team's offseason acquisitions look now.

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NFL overhaul rankings: Teams that will change most for 2018

Coaching changes, scheme changes, front-office changes, expectations, average player ages and starters unsigned for next season can provide clues on which teams are set to rebuild. Here's the rundown of which teams will look most different by next fall.

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Ranking the NFL's 12 playoff QBs: Brady, Brees, then who?

Who your starting quarterback is in January matters -- a lot. This year's postseason bracket is filled with elite veterans, surprise breakouts and serviceable arms. ESPN Insider Field Yates ranks them all from best to worst.

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Ranking every position group on all 12 playoff teams

Who has the best pass-catchers, Pittsburgh or Minnesota? What about the best secondary? Football Outsiders settles those debates and more for every position group headed to the playoffs.

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16dMike Sando

NFL execs rank all 12 playoff teams

We gathered a panel of four NFL execs to rank the playoff field 1-12. No. 1? Unsurprisingly, it's the defending Super Bowl champion Patriots. But it gets interesting rather quickly after that.

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Recruit and return: Oklahoma Sooners

Lincoln Riley was set up for success in his first year, but he followed through on it and locked up a top-10 recruiting class that will help.

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Recruit and return: Clemson Tigers

Clemson will lose plenty of talent from this season's College Football Playoff team, but the Tigers should reload quickly with another stellar class.