Losers of the 2018 NFL Free AgencyI meant to do this months back, but than another user did the winners... well in this case losers I can certainly detect them when I know there doing a terrible off season. If there just biasedly seen, or in other words more absurd, here are the most appalling free agency activity from these teams.
The Top Ten
Seattle took a massive hit on the defensive side of the ball, and also losing some key pieces on offense like Jimmy Graham heading to Green Bay. Legion of boom will never be the same again how long until Seattle really implodes itself from regressing? - htoutlaws2012
So, they’ve got Richard Sherman in San Fran, Paul Richardson in Washington, Jimmy Graham in Green Bay, Michael Bennett in Philadelphia, and Cliff Avrill on the streets. Seattle claims they’re trying to rebuild, but all these releases are making them worse off. One of their last defensive weapons is Bobby Wagner, while Earl Thomas is going downhill. They’d better pray that Wagner, Thomas, and the Griffin twins deliver to a team spiraling downwards. - PackFan2005
Now that I have had many months to really have strong beliefs that Cowboys really did a terrible job in grabbing what they can in only Allen Hurns is pretty grim for Jerry Jones. Dak Prescott only has relable guy to go to because Terrance Williams has arrestment issues, and Dez Bryant may not sing on another team any time soon. Jason Witten retiring is the biggest blow to this team not knowing they should of got a backup Tight End somewhere in this free agency that sucks ESPN were bigger winners over you than there are bigger issues than before bout them Cowboys. - htoutlaws2012
I absolutely despise the direction the Cardinals went into is gonna tell me they are in rebuild mode because your not winning games with Sam ''cripple knees'' ford and Mike Glennon who was proven luckily unworthy in Chicago. Josh Rosen better be the starter week one otherwise TANK! TANK! TANK! this whole ideal is a disaster. - htoutlaws2012
Arizona’s issue is little depth at quarterback. Say if Josh Rosen was starter week 1 (unlikely), and he went out with injury. Your choices for another quarterback are Sam Bradford, who’s knee has been called degenerative by his former coach, or Mike Glennon, who’s proved in Chicago that he can’t win all too well. They’d have to rely on David Johnson, who’s coming back from a 2017 season where he was gone the majority of the time. - PackFan2005
I feel like yes bravo Jay Cutler is gone for good, but at the same time look at what you also lost in the process Suh is with the Rams, and Jarvis Landry is making perhaps career suicide in going to the Browns. Miami got some strange tension with their own players and it shows.
DeVante Parker has yet to prove his the guy moving forward meanwhile pair him up with Danny Amendola, and Albert Wilson can he at least look better than those average joes? Than because you lost a big casualty in the running game you replace Jay Ajayi with a pretty much done Frank Gore. A very underrated loss for this team is Matt Moore quickly leaving the team, and Ryan Tannehill's knees being a big concern why didn't this team draft a quarterback? Not only losers in Free Agency, but aside from safety they didn't do well in the draft either. - htoutlaws2012
At least they drafted great in the trenches as opposed to doing anything right in free agency. Capped off by signing former cancer (cough) lions tight end player Eric Eborn. Since being signed he has trolled the fans yeah your career is done Jack Doyle's got nothing to worry about. They take a chance on Ryan Grant, and his demon drug issues which may not live on well. One year deals to two offensive lineman that may not do well protecting the quarterback bigger question is when will Andrew Luck play again? - htoutlaws2012
Just didn't really make that much of a splash like others did that's really it dullness in the organization that off season. - htoutlaws2012
Chiefs winners really? I don't call Sammy Watkins a win since he only had 1 1,000 yard season, and has problems staying healthy in a way Rams were smart getting rid of him in a year overshadowed by Robert Woods, and Cooper Kupp. Even worse they let go one of the best corner in the league, and let him be dealt to the Los Angeles Rams oh man I do not like what I see in Kansas City it's a matter of time before the ceiling really falls for the Chiefs especially with a lot of pressure with this brutal schedule in 2018. Does anybody know if Mahomes can live up to the playing of Alex Smith all answers that are going to be interesting how this team will look like. - htoutlaws2012
They lose Haloti Ngata, and Tahir Whitehead who was there tackling machine, and get two so so players that its hard to say if it was a good justifiable signing. Blount is probably the one positive side that the Lions need badly in the running game. Finally be rid of Eric Eborn to get a tight end by committee philosophy which I like since we have never had a good star Tight End since Charlie Sanders yeah there's the curse of Bobby Layne where's the curse of Charlie Sanders at we never get the very rarely good Tight since the 70's. While they did sign depth needs compared to the others in the division the Lions were the least impressive of the four by far. - htoutlaws2012
Hmm... losing your star quarterback literally saying screw it, and traded for Alex Smith was good in sense, but I can't vision him being decent with terrible set of receivers he has in Washington than he had in Kansas City. - htoutlaws2012
Okay you got some seriously good defensive talent, but the main problem they seem to be stubborn about is not helping in protecting the quarterback... Cam Newton will be running for his life every snap he takes. Sure you have your receiver set, but who exactly is a number one receiver in this crop of average players? - htoutlaws2012