As 2013 rolls around, many people choose resolutions or goals to accomplish in the new year.
NFL teams are no different.
Some squads are gearing up for the playoffs while others are dealing with a stingy loss.
Even others are setting their sights on the draft and next season.
Without further ado, here are 32 New Year's Resolutions for every single NFL team to accomplish in 2013.
To get quarterback Kevin Kolb healthy and build a strong offensive line in the desert.
To shake the monkey off their back and finally get a playoff win when Matt Ryan is under center. They have the talent to do it.
To stop being the team that was almost there, to prove Joe Flacco can be elite in the clutch, to get Ray Lewis to re-energize this squad and finally win the AFC.
To find a new starting quarterback whose name does not rhyme with Byan Hitzlatrick and a strong coach that can mold that new quarterback.
To build around Cam Newton and assemble a team, firing on all cylinders, that can be competitive in the NFC South.
To find a genius replacement for Lovie Smith and prevent crashing and burning again en route to a playoff berth next season.
To find a star wide receiver through free agency or the draft and woo Chip Kelly to Cleveland. He is a coach that can find a way to translate young talent into wins.
To forget about the awful ending of this season and get healthy in order to win the NFC East next year. Also, strongly consider whether Jason Garrett is the future of the Dallas organization.
To figure out what went so incredibly wrong this season, find a viable running back to make a multi-faceted offense in Detroit and win games in the highly competitive NFC North.
To win the AFC. The Texans have been slumping as of late but a trip to New Orleans would prove that head coach Gary Kubiak is capable of putting all of the talent in Houston together and Matt Schaub can win big games.
To win a playoff game behind an emotional head coach Chuck Pagano and lay the foundation for many more trips to the postseason.
To find a viable starting quarterback (whether it be Chad Henne, Blaine Gabbert, Tim Tebow or someone else) and surround him with talent in order to get to at least .500 next season.
To turn their attention to the rebuilding process and absolutely knock the first pick of the 2013 NFL Draft and their head coaching search out of the park.
To continue the development of Ryan Tannehill and provide him with a stud wide receiver in addition to bringing Reggie Bush back in South Beach.
To beat the Green Bay Packers for the second time in a row at Lambeau Field behind another great performance by Christian Ponder and Adrian Peterson.
To hope that Sean Payton brings back his winning tradition in New Orleans and the Saints return to the NFL postseason in 2013.
To analyze what went wrong down the stretch this year and come back next season bigger and better with a NFC East win.
To find a new franchise quarterback and build around him. Forget the shenanigans and the circus the Jets have become. 2013 is about getting back to business and resuming the wins in New York.
To find a starting quarterback. Yes, there are other problems in Oakland but every playoff team has a great signal caller. The Raiders need that. Carson Palmer probably played his way out of a job but the Raiders need to figure out if they will keep him or go with Terrelle Pryor or even someone else.
Who will replace him?
To find an adequate replacement for Andy Reid, someone who can take this “Dream Team” and coach them into the playoffs.
To surround this team of grizzled veterans with some young talent and return to the playoffs in 2013 behind an offensive playbook that delivers wins.
To understand that this season was not a complete disaster. This squad, with a few tune-ups, can win games in the NFL. The Saint Louis front office must fix the holes in 2013 in order to make the Rams competitive next season.
To hire a miracle worker to replace Norv Turner and get a great season out of Phillip Rivers, culminating in a trip to the postseason.
To travel to New Orleans with Colin Kaepernick remaining as the starting quarterback. They were an unlucky bounce away from the Super Bowl last year. This is the season that the 49ers finally win the NFC.
To ensure Russell Wilson keeps performing at an outstanding level and the Seahawks, amazing at home, are able to get some road wins en route to New Orleans and the Super Bowl.
To find a shutdown cornerback, rule free agency once again and put all the pieces together to make a playoff run in 2013.
To heavily improve their defense through the draft and free agency. This is a team that showed flashes of brilliance but have been mediocre throughout the season. Quarterback and running back are question marks but not huge holes. Tennessee has to focus on the defensive side of the ball in order to become competitive in the AFC South.
To build off a tremendous home win against the Cowboys with a victory against Seattle in the nations capital. Then, go as far as the arm of Robert Griffin III and legs of Alfred Morris can take the Redskins.