The Smartest NFL Offseason Moves so Far

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The Smartest NFL Offseason Moves so Far
Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports
The Jets opted to draft quarterback Geno Smith—and it wasn't a bad move.

The NFL offseason is the time for teams to get stronger by divesting themselves of anchors—some financial, some based on performance—and making key additions from the free-agent pool and through the draft.

Not all teams get it right with every move they make. Lucky for them, there are 53 roster spots, and ideally, none will make or break the team's upcoming season.

Some offseason moves, however, are just so brilliant it seems they can't do anything but pay off in a big way. Whether because of the bargains they represent or the ability to perfectly fill roster holes for both the short and long term, there are certainly some that are hard to criticize. 

Here are the smartest decisions NFL teams have made thus far. 

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