Make the right call: Teams coming off crucial offseason moves

Success in the NFL often comes down to making the right decision at crucial junctures. Elliot Harrison examines some of the busiest teams this offseason and considers whether the moves they've made will pay off in the 2015 campaign. CLICK ON EACH TEAM NAME FOR FULL ANALYSIS.

In the wake of another disappointing playoff exit, the Broncos made a coaching change. But will John Elway's team be any better off under Gary Kubiak in 2015?

Ted Thompson's M.O. is to keep things relatively quiet in the offseason -- but with a roster like the Packers', there's little reason to make too much noise in Green Bay.

General manager Ryan Grigson added even more firepower to an offense that already ranked among the NFL's best in 2014, but what did the team do to address a porous defense?

Russell Wilson and company suffered a heartbreaking defeat in Super Bowl XLIX. How have the Hawks' fared this offseason? Are they on the road to recovery?

The 'Boys opted to franchise Dez Bryant ... and eventually lost DeMarco Murray. Was this the correct approach? In an offseason full of tough decisions, how have Jerry and Stephen Jones fared overall?

One thing is clear about the 2015 Philadelphia Eagles: After a flurry of offseason wheeling and dealing that included two blockbluster trades, this team is definitelyChip Kelly's.

After securing a fourth Lombardi Trophy, New England has lost some skilled players, including cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner. How will this offseason impact the 2015 Pats?

The Chicago Bears were in need of a culture change after a disappointing 2014 campaign. Enter GM Ryan Pace, who has already made some smart moves -- like hiring coach John Fox.

New general manager Mike Maccagnan seems to have things heading in the right direction in New York -- especially with Jets owner Woody Johnson opening up the piggy bank.


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