The Falcons and Titans? Outside rush. Niners, Cards, Broncos and Cowboys? Inside LB. Chiefs, Pats, Jets, Raiders? Wideouts. Every team has a hole.
With the 2013 season officially in the books, the Eye on Football staff is looking ahead to the offseason for all 32 NFL teams. Next up: The Seattle Seahawks.
The Seahawks did not hire fritter away a wad of cash on free agency, hire a top assistant as head coach or go after a big-armed QB. Instead, they hired a guy fired twice in the NFL and found 53 guys who bought in.
Points could be hard to come by in the NFC title game, so the 49ers and Seahawks will try to use each other's aggression to their advantage.
The NFL Stock Watch takes a look at who's up and who's down around the NFL. This week we take a look at the Chicago Bears and their re(?)surgent offense.
Terrelle Pryor is coming off two tough matchups, but the Eagles may be exactly what he needs to get going. Our Jamey Eisenberg thinks so and explains why in his Start 'Em and Sit 'Em.
Free agent tight end Kellen Winslow is looking for a team to play for in 2013 and one of those teams could be the Browns, Panthers or Raiders. Winslow said all three teams have contacted him recently, however, the Browns said on Monday that they have no interest in signing him.
The Cleveland Browns and free agent tight end Kellen Davis have agreed to a one-year contract, according to ProFootballTalk.com.
After one season with the Giants, and approximately two minutes into the 2013 free-agency signing period, tight end Martellus Bennett becomes the newest member of the Chicago Bears.
The Bears may boast an offense that Fantasy owners can finally sink their teeth into in 2013. Our Dave Richard puts Chicago's offense under the Fantasy microscope.

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