Chris Sprow writes that the Kansas City Chiefs, coming off a 2-14 season, are primed for a major rebound in 2013. Now armed with a competent QB in Alex Smith -- along with a handful of Pro Bowlers -- KC should drastically improve this season.
Chris Sprow writes that the St. Louis Rams, despite playing third fiddle in the NFC West, could win the division in 2013. The team is poised for continued improvement given its abundance of young, cheap talent and stockpile of high draft picks.
Chris Sprow writes that the Buffalo Bills' best plan of action at QB isn't drafting a signal-caller with the No. 8 pick, but rather adding a veteran QB and drafting one outside of the first round. Doing so will lock in some assurance and save money.
Chris Sprow writes that although Joe Flacco's statistics don't impress when compared with the NFL's other franchise QBs, there are several reasons the Ravens should give him a big contract this offseason.
Chris Sprow examines whether, with a much-improved pass rush and defense, and an offense not that far from matching last season's historic unit, the 2012 Packers might actually be better than the 15-1 Green Bay team of last season.
Chris Sprow outlines the top 25 free agents in terms of players with the most market value on the line heading into the final stretch of the season. Also included are potential team fits for some of the players next season.