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Colin Cowherd Says This Team Will Be The NFL's Most Improved Next Season

Colin Cowherd: “The free agency period in the NFL, it’s a lot of hype and a lot of money, but how many teams actually get better? About 33% of free agents make your team better… I think Denver will be the most improved team in the league because Sean Payton and Nathaniel Hackett. They’ve also cleaned up their offensive line— Mike McGlinchey is a very good right tackle, and Ben Powers is arguably the best pass blocking guard in the NFL. I think Denver will look different, have a different sense of self, will have an actual identity, and be better in clock management. Russell Wilson will rebound, this is not who he was last year. I think Denver will be the most noticeably improved football team in the NFL.” (Full Segment Above)

Watch Colin Cowherd discuss the NFL offseason and rank the top six NFL teams that he thought improved the most this winter.

Check out the segment above as Colin details why he believes the Denver Broncos, who made one of the biggest head coaching splashes of the decade getting Sean Payton to come out of retirement, will be the most improved after a 2022 season in which they were the league’s most disappointing team under overmatched and befuddled rookie coach Nathaniel Hackett.

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