What constitutes a successful offseason?
Many coaches just hope no one gets arrested and everyone shows up to the field in August. For front offices, hitting on a first-round draft pick is all that really needs to happen to be kept around for another year. For players, the line between training hard enough to maintain one's competitive edge yet being scared silly about offseason injuries is a tough road to walk.
Overall, there are a lot of ways to talk about how "successful" a team's offseason has been. For the purposes of this article, we'll narrow it down to which teams are better from a talent perspective than they were a year before.
Every team believes it has improved for 2013, but which ones have done the best job?