When it comes to building an NFL roster, hierarchies vary from team to team. Some organizations are driven by general managers, others by owners, a few by head coaches -- and of course, many franchises divvy up checks and balances. Albert Breer takes an in-depth look at all 32 power structures in this eight-part, division-by-division series, which aims to answer one simple question for each NFL team: Who's *really in charge?*
» Dallas Cowboys:*Jerry Jones* is obviously the man in charge.
» New York Giants: Model unchanged since days of George Young.
» Philadelphia Eagles: Transitional period shrouded in secrecy.
» Washington Redskins: Mike Shanahan is a rare breed in 2013.
» Chicago Bears:*Marc Trestman, *Phil Emery effecting change.
» Green Bay Packers: Many teams envy this smooth operation.
» Minnesota Vikings: Grand overhaul has program on the rise.
» Atlanta Falcons: Driven by a powerful partnership.
» Tampa Bay Buccaneers:*Mark Dominik, *Greg Schiano in sync.
» Arizona Cardinals: New approach defined by past failings.
» San Francisco 49ers: Return to glory behind savvy regime.
» Seattle Seahawks:*Pete Carroll, *John Schneider really gel.
» St. Louis Rams: Power structure modeled after NBA franchise.
» Buffalo Bills: Franchise receives fresh 'injection of creativity.'
» Miami Dolphins: Jeff Ireland among NFL's most hands-on GMs.
» New England Patriots:*Bill Belichick* is truly omnipotent.
» New York Jets: New GM brings new culture to Florham Park.
» Baltimore Ravens: The key to Ozzie Newsome's stellar system.
» Cincinnati Bengals: No more ridiculing of this family business.
» Cleveland Browns: Joe Banner forming familiar power structure.
» Pittsburgh Steelers: The Rooney family still runs this show.
» Houston Texans: Bob McNair quickly earned respect of league.
» Tennessee Titans: Owner Bud Adams' presence looms.