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Which Units Could Be the NFL’s Most Improved in 2022?

As the Chiefs’ offensive line showed last year, it is possible to turn a weakness into a strength in just one offseason. Did these teams manage the same this spring?

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NFL Schedule Reactions

Nora, Ben, and Steven discuss the matchups for the upcoming season

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What Does the Seahawks’ QB Situation Signal About Their Short- and Long-term Plans?

After the Russell Wilson trade this spring, many expected Seattle to look far and wide to find its next passer. Instead, the team heads into the summer planning a QB battle between Drew Lock and Geno Smith. Are they rebuilding? Or competing for a playoff spot? Or both?

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The Best Fits for Remaining Free Agents

Nora, Steven, and Rodger also give their spiciest takes heading into the 2022 season

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How NFL Contenders Can Fix Their Remaining Roster Weaknesses

Now that we’re through the draft and primary wave of free agency, it may seem like teams’ rosters are set. Fortunately for contenders, though, there are still plenty of options to shore up their remaining holes.

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D-Hop’s Suspension, NFL Offseason Preview, Plus Alex Smith on Young Quarterbacks

Alex Smith also talks about Tyreek Hill and the competition in the AFC

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Best Draft Classes and Grading the Quarterbacks

Kevin, Kaelen, and Steven debate which teams made the best additions to their rosters

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NFL Teams Just Showed Us What They Really Think About This QB Class

After months of speculation about how many passers would be taken in the first round of the draft, just one—Kenny Pickett—went off the board Thursday night. What does that mean for the other top prospects? And did the Steelers make the right choice?

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Winners and Losers After Day 1 of the NFL Draft

Kevin, Nora, and Steven run through their winners and losers after the first round of the NFL draft

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Georgia’s Generational Prospects Offer a Blueprint for Where NFL Defenses Are Headed

In this draft, half a dozen UGA players could be picked in the first round. And these players’ special skill sets offer a blueprint for where NFL defenses are headed.