Stop counting down the days until the 2013 NFL season kicks off; it will only depress you. Instead, let's take a look at each general manager's offseason and rate their performances.
Each team lost some players and added new talent, but some did it better than others. If your team is in a better position than it was a few months ago, then your general manager's stock went up.
If your team declined or failed to improve, than the administration will be taken to task.
Understand that this is the offseason when hope rings eternal, so the positive reports will outweigh the negative ones. But, having said that, prepare for the worst, especially if your team traded away a superstar.
So click through to find out whose stock I'm buying, and whose I'm looking to unload.