NFL: Top Ten (2011-12)

March 21, 2011 at 11:57 pm Leave a comment

Ranking the NFL Teams going into the 2011-2012 season.

1. Green Bay Packers

  • Strength: Passing offense
  • Weakness: Offensive line
  • Must: Improve depth on both lines.

2. New England Patriots

  • Strength: Offense
  • Weakness: Pass rush
  • Must: Get the usual 3 impact players out of draft.

3. Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Strength: Pass rush
  • Weak: Secondary
  • Must: Make a decision on Ike Taylor and upgrade DBs.

4. New Orleans Saints

  • Strength: Complete offense.
  • Weakness: Run defense.
  • Must: Add to the defense in draft.

5. New York Jets

  • Strength: Rex Ryan’s defense.
  • Weakness: Sanchise.
  • Must: Add pass rusher and re-sign free agents.

6. Indianapolis Colts

  • Strength: Peyton’s “audible football”
  • Weakness: Both lines
  • Must: Find future RB.

7. Baltimore Ravens

  • Strength: Pass rush
  • Weakness: Offensive line
  • Must: Get a speed WR and

8. Philadelphia Eagles

  • Strength: Team speed, playmakers
  • Weakness: O-Line, secondary
  • Must: Upgrade CB2 and RG

9. Atlanta Falcons

  • Strength: Style of play, ball control
  • Weakness: Secondary offensive options
  • Must: Make offense more dynamic

10. San Diego Chargers

  • Strength: Big play passing game
  • Weakness: Special teams, pass rush
  • Must: Establish defensive identity.

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