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These Top 10 NFL Team’s Are Fully Loaded And Ready To Go

“Ranking the top 10 NFL teams with the most complete rosters for the 2023 season”

By jerome jacksonPublished 12 days ago 3 min read

The NFL offseason is in full swing, and while there will be some changes to team rosters between now and training camp, most of the team-building has already been done. With free agency having slowed down and the 2023 NFL Draft now in the rearview mirror, it’s time to take a look at the most complete NFL rosters for the upcoming season.

In this ranking, I have picked the top 10 teams that have the most talent, best depth, and fewest remaining question marks. While there are some familiar names from last season’s playoff entrants, I have also included some up-and-coming teams that are poised to make a splash in the upcoming season.

Without further ado, here are the top 10 most complete NFL teams for the 2023 season:

Philadelphia Eagles: Despite coming up short in Super Bowl LVII, the Eagles have a roster that is as good as – if not better than – it was a year ago. With Jalen Hurts leading a high-powered offense that includes A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith, and Dallas Goedert, the Eagles have plenty of weapons to put points on the board. The offensive line is mostly intact, and there are multiple quality options for the vacant right guard spot. Defensively, the Eagles have one of the league’s best pass rushes and can throw waves of rushers at opponents. While there are some question marks at linebacker and safety, Philly is in excellent shape at cornerback.

Kansas City Chiefs: With Patrick Mahomes leading the way, any team can overcome roster flaws or shortcomings to make a Super Bowl run. But this Kansas City team is more than just Mahomes. The Chiefs have done an excellent job of replenishing their roster from the bottom up with recent quality draft classes and smart free-agent additions.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The defending Super Bowl champions return most of their starters from last season’s championship team. With Tom Brady still playing at an elite level and a defense that ranked in the top 10 last season, the Bucs are poised to make another deep playoff run.

Buffalo Bills: The Bills have one of the league’s best quarterbacks in Josh Allen and an offense that can put up points in a hurry. The defense is solid as well, with one of the league’s best secondaries.

Green Bay Packers: Despite all of the drama surrounding Aaron Rodgers this offseason, he is still one of the league’s best quarterbacks when he’s on the field. With Rodgers leading the way, the Packers are always a threat to make a deep playoff run.

Baltimore Ravens: Lamar Jackson is one of the league’s most dynamic quarterbacks and can beat teams with his arm or his legs. The defense is always stout under head coach John Harbaugh.

Los Angeles Rams: The Rams made some big moves this offseason by trading for quarterback Matthew Stafford and signing wide receiver DeSean Jackson. With Stafford leading an offense that includes Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp, the Rams should be able to put up points in bunches.

Cleveland Browns: The Browns are coming off their first playoff win since 1994 and have one of the league’s best running backs in Nick Chubb. With Baker Mayfield continuing to improve at quarterback and a defense that ranked in the top 10 last season, Cleveland should be able to build on last year’s success.

Seattle Seahawks: Russell Wilson is still one of the league’s best quarterbacks, and he has plenty of weapons at his disposal with Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf at wide receiver. The defense has some question marks but should be solid once again.

San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers were decimated by injuries last season but should be much healthier this year. With Jimmy Garoppolo or Trey Lance leading an offense that includes George Kittle and Brandon Aiyuk, San Francisco should be able to put up points in Kyle Shanahan’s system.


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