Ranking the 5 Worst Front Offices in the NFL Today

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Ranking the 5 Worst Front Offices in the NFL Today
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Take a look at the quick turnarounds of the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks. The reason those organizations were able to transition from pretender to contender in the matter of just a season or two is because they built stability throughout their infrastructure.

Now look at some of the bad teams around the National Football League. Most of them have one thing in common: They have shoddy front offices and are among the worst in player personnel and development.

Not only will this article look at the five worst front offices in the league, it will give you insight as to why I am taking such a hard-line stance against some of these organizations. 

You may not like that your favorite team is on here, but the first step towards recovery is recognizing you have a problem. Once you do that, you will no longer be blinded by fandom. 

Note: Ownership, draft picks, free-agent signings, success on the field and head-coach turnover were all criteria that I used when drawing up this list. Front offices are ranked based on these factors only. Front offices with new general managers and head coaches who appear on this list are based more off of that previous combination of factors, but a larger importance is placed on ownership.

All contract information provided by Spotrac. 




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