I have watched, been a fan of, written about and commented on the NFL for quite some time now, and I cannot ever recall an offseason in which any team felt as though their roster got worse.
Every team, whether it's denial or ego, will tell the nation and their fanbase about how drastically they've improved and why the playoffs, and even the Super Bowl, are a real possibility.
I mean, they spent 90 percent of their cap space on new free agents. How could that not work out?
The point is, everyone thinks the next move they make will contribute to them standing under the confetti, holding up the fake newspaper headline and hoisting the Lombardi Trophy. But since 31 of the 32 teams will, in fact, not win the Super Bowl, there had to have been some mistakes made somewhere.
On the other side of that coin, the NFL is also famous for teams climbing out of the cellar one year and finishing on top the next, so there are plenty of good moves made as well.
With a quarter of the season in the books, it might be time to take a look back and see how the most recent moves are panning out.