I believe that there are multiple teams that are going to exceed expectations and improve over last season. I think the teams that will see the most improvement are the Washington Redskins and the Green Bay Packers. The Redskins were 3-13 last season and the Packers were 8-7-1. Both teams were hampered with injuries last year and acquired new players over the offseason.
The Washington Redskins had Robert Griffin III injured the whole season. However he played through it, which didn't help them. He will come back this year healthy, which will help the Redskins because no team can be good without a healthy starting quarterback. The Redskins also signed DeSean Jackson, one of the most explosive and dynamic players in all of the NFL.
The Green Bay Packers had Aaron Rodgers out for most of the season with a broken collarbone. Along with Aaron Rodgers hurt a few other quarterbacks that were on the team got injured. Without a consistent starting quarterback for any team you know that they're going to have trouble. One of the best linebackers, Clay Matthews, was also injured so the Packers had big injuries on both offense and defense. They now got some key players for the defense with Julius Peppers and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. Both teams got veterans from free agency and also picked up some key positions in the draft for their teams.
Don't forget to Back-the-Pack and cheer on Eddie Lacy in the Pro Bowl.
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