As soon as the NFL began free agency on March 13, the fortunes of NFL teams have changed on a daily basis based on which players a team was able to add or subsequently lose.
Things change quickly when compiling lists of the top 10 "winners and losers" in free agency. As soon as Peyton Manning decides which team he is joining, that organization will shoot up in the rankings, but as of today, he is still undecided.
So, with that thought in mind, understand that this list is created as a snapshot taken from the first six days of free agency. In another week, teams that are in the "winners" category could easily be in the "losers" category, and vice versa.
We are analyzing the big picture. We are looking at talent that was signed from other teams and in-house free agents that were retained. We are also looking at what players have left their past organizations for good. It is also possible that players were released but returned to sign a new deal with their old team.
We have broken this list down to include the top 10 teams that have made the most positive impact for their organizations so far in free agency, and a bottom 10 list, which are the teams that have lost more talent than they have brought in. If you don't see your favorite team on either list, that means that they are stuck in the middle.
Before you fire off your comments, remember this is a snapshot covering the first six days of free agency only. In three days, this list could be very different.
On to the presentation.