The Five Most Improved Teams So Far This Off-Season Ranked

The 2020 NFL off-season has been quite an interesting one.  There have been movements on all fronts with some of the notable moves being Tom Brady joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from the New England Patriots. There has also been another shocker in the shape of the Arizona Cardinals winning one of the most lopsided trades recently. Likewise, the Carolina Panthers parted ways with nearly all the players that fans cared about.

Well it’s clear to see there have been some clear loses in terms of free agency. That’s why it’s all-important to point out some of the winners. Of course, at this point it’s difficult to tell how some of the players will gel in their new teams or figure out if some of the contracts will end up being big bargains or if a team made a mistake of overpaying for a particular player. As the new season starts, fans can bet for their favorite teams but have to make a few considerations regarding the movements of players so far.  You should, however, take your time to look for a reliable betting site, and lucking with comparison sites such as you can easily find the most trustworthy bookmaker.

The following are some of the teams that have in the last couple of weeks improved the most. You could call it good business on their part. Take a look!

Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals have made quite impressive additions to their squad in the shape of WR DeAndre Hopkins (trade), DT Jordan Phillips, OLB Devon Kennard, OLB De’Vondre Campbell and DT Trevon Coley. They have also had some notable losses in the likes of RB David Johnson (trade), DE Rodney Gunter, and ILB Joe Walker.

Last season the Cardinals went 5-10-1, but that’s almost certain to see a tremendous improvement thanks to having a franchise Quarterback in Kyler Murray. The team now has one of the most talented wide receivers throughout the NFL. The cardinals have indeed made some impressive additions. In as much as they still have to work on defense, they might as well as surprise many this season. If anything, the Hopkins addition alone makes them a big winner this offseason regardless of how the draft goes.

Miami Dolphins

Having added CB Byron Jones, LB Kyle Van Noy, DE Shaq Lawson, RB Jordan Howard, LB Elandon Roberts, and OL Ereck Flowers and losing none of its players, the Dolphins entered the off-season with more finances than any other team in the NFL. The team hasn’t been shy in spending money, and that could see them make a quick turnaround in 2020, especially if they decide to work on the quarterback position.

Buffalo Bills

The NFL is all about making the right moves and the Bills understand that clearly. Statement additions in the likes of WR Stefon Diggs (trade), DE Mario Addison, LB A.J. Klein, DE Vernon Butler and DE Quinton Jefferson only increases the team’s competitiveness. They are looking like a team on the upswing in all aspects and have taken advantage of the off-season early enough.

New Orleans Saints

The Saints have added WR Emmanuel Sanders and S Malcolm Jenkins alongside parting ways with QB Teddy Bridgewater, WR Ted Ginn Jr., LB A.J. Klein, CB Eli Apple, and S Vonn Bell. It shows the intent of the Saints for the 2020 season. It’s visible that the Saints have gotten better this off-season and the only thing remaining now is the execution in the postseason.

Los Angeles Chargers

It’s been a busy off-season for the chargers after adding CB Chris Harris, OT Bryan Bulaga, DT Linval Joseph, LB Nick Vigil, RG Trai Turner (trade) and losing QB Philip Rivers, RB Melvin Gordon, FB Derek Watt, S Adrian Phillips, LB Thomas Davis, WR Travis Benjamin. You can understand the decision by the club, especially after a disappointing 5-11 campaign last time around. The chargers have made some notable moves that should see them in contention in 2020 and are worth keeping an eye on.

The NFL is quite competitive, and the only way to stay at the top is by making the right trades. The above teams are ones to keep an eye on in 2020 and should cause opponents a few problems. However, it will go down to a better prepared team.

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