Every NFL team goes into a season with the hopes of winning the Super Bowl. It may be unrealistic for some, but all a team has to do is get into the playoffs. Once it is in, anything can happen from there.
We have seen it happen time and time again. The Green Bay Packers went on a run in 2010, and the New York Giants did the same in 2011.
With training camp set to kick off in July, there’s no better time than now to reflect back on the 2013 offseason. More than a few teams improved their Super Bowl odds by drafting well and signing notable free agents at key positions.
Breaking down all 32 teams' offseasons will give us the opportunity to decide if we are buying or selling the efforts they made. Let’s take a look.