Every team in the NFL has the same goal, realistic or not: win the Super Bowl.
Getting that elusive Super Bowl ring isn't easy, and it's never as simple as following a standard blueprint of building a roster through a safe draft and maintaining the right players on a year-to-year basis. At some point, each team that wants a crack at a championship is going to have to take a risk or two.
When that risky move is made, the more calculated and precise the better. Low risk is by far a better solution than high risk. But not every team can play in the kiddie pool. Sometimes high-risk, high-reward is the right answer.
Sometimes high risk, however, is a recipe for disaster.
Here is every team's riskiest offseason move to date.