Targets Retained: NFC East

Targets Retained: NFC East
The NFC East was the worst division in the NFL in 2020 by a solid margin, sending a 7-9 division champion to the playoffs. You might think these teams’ struggles would lead the front offices to overhaul their squads; instead, they’ve mostly focused on adding to the existing teams while also allowing for internal progression. […]

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Targets Retained: AFC West

Targets Retained: AFC West
The AFC West has all four of its teams roughly in the middle of the pack in terms of target retention. Kansas City is coming off back-to-back Super Bowl appearances, and their expectations have to be yet another appearance in this upcoming season. Behind them, the Raiders, Chargers, and Broncos all have playoff aspirations, but […]

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Targets Retained: AFC North

Targets Retained: AFC North
The AFC North was the best division in football last season by overall winning percentage, going a combined 38-25-1 and sending three teams to the playoffs. All four starting QBs return from 2020, but with varying degrees of their supporting casts returning. Cleveland returns essentially their entire offense from last season but has undergone a […]

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Targets Retained: NFC West

Targets Retained: NFC West
The NFC West has been a division of change this offseason, as all four of its teams rank in the bottom half of the league in overall target retention. This division also projects to be one of the more competitive divisions, with every team putting their sights firmly on a division title and the playoffs. […]

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Targets Retained: NFC North

Targets Retained: NFC North
The NFC North divisional race wasn’t very competitive in 2020, with the Packers taking the crown by five games and being in control for the duration of the season. Going into 2021, defending NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers will be back but he remains in a public spat with the team. Chicago and Detroit have new […]

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Targets Retained: AFC South

Targets Retained: AFC South
The AFC South was a division of polar opposites last season, with the Colts and Titans battling for divisional supremacy through the final week and both making the playoffs, while the Texans and Jaguars finished with two of the three worst records in the league. With Deshaun Watson’s status for the season still up in […]

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Targets Retained: NFC South

Targets Retained: NFC South
Coming off a Super Bowl victory, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers understandably focused on bringing as many players back as they could afford, while the other three teams in the NFC South focused on retooling in an effort to challenge the Bucs for divisional supremacy. Tom Brady and Matt Ryan are the two returning QBs in […]

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