With Championship Weekend in the books, NFL fans have two weeks to recover before the Super Bowl.
By this time, the teams not making it to the Conference Championship games have licked their wounds, and are discussing ways to improve in the offseason.
It is the teams who underperformed, who are most likely to make significant moves, whether it is signing a veteran free agent to plug holes or trading for a big name playmaker that will allow them to play deeper into the year next season.
This year's free agent class boasts some of the best talent in recent history. That, coupled with the fact that proven quarterbacks like Donovan Mcnabb and Carson Palmer are sure to be on the move, could mean that this offseason will see a number of stars change teams.
With the collective bargaining agreement set to expire, and the status of the 2011 season uncertain, don't expect any deals to happen right away.
Once the dust settles, either the Green Bay Packers or the Pittsburgh Steelers will be crowned Super Bowl Champions, and a new CBA is determined, look for the NFL offseason to heat up.
Until then, here is a list of the 15 players (in no particular order) most likely to be sporting a new jersey come next season