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Outlook: The Broncos will likely direct their attention to upgrading the offense around QB Tim Tebow, assuming Bronco brass is down with Tebowmania, which I‘m not convinced is true. Still, Denver’s pass-catchers might be among the worst in football. They need a receiver, which isn‘t a secret, but they must get better production at TE next year. With Tebow, the running game will always be the focus of their offense. Willis McGahee is north of 30 and Knowshon Moreno doesn’t fit John Fox’s style. The defense played well down the stretch, but they could use a sure tackler in the middle similar to Jon Beason, who played under Fox in Carolina.
Team Needs: ILB, RB, TE, & WR
Kansas City Chiefs
Outlook: On paper, the Chiefs don‘t have a bad defense, but they’re missing a run stopper inside. Start penciling in Memphis DT Dontari Poe in your mock drafts. Nevertheless, expect Kansas City to focus on the offensive side of the ball. Dwayne Bowe is a free agent, and even if he re-signs, the team needs to add a third receiver into the mix. Jamaal Charles is one of the most dynamic runners in the game, but he’s not carrying the rock 300 times in a season. Everybody is waiting for the Chiefs to move OLT Branden Albert to the right side or even guard. Is this the year? Time will tell.
Team Needs: NT, OLT, RB, & WR
Outlook: Trading for Carson Palmer might the worst move in Raiders’ history. Palmer, who wasn’t worth a first rounder, seems to be regressing on a yearly basis. Don’t rule out new GM Reggie McKenzie finding a young developmental QB to push the veteran. The Raiders could also use a possession receiver, as most of their wideouts are deep threats. Give the Raiders credit for having an offensive line that overachieves, but that still doesn’t takeaway a glaring need at tackle. Recently, the team let go of CB Stanford Routt, so corner now becomes arguably McKenzie’s top priority.
Team Needs: CB, OT, QB, & WR
San Diego Chargers
Outlook: Coach Norv Turner and GM A.J. Smith are likely in their last season unless they can right the ship in San Diego. In order to do that, they must upgrade the middle of their defense. The Chargers need help inside at tackle and they should get younger at ILB, where Takeo Spikes is 35 years old. Rumors are circling that San Diego will release OLT Marcus McNeil, so re-signing Jared Gaither becomes a necessity. Vincent Jackson is also a free agent and is looking more likely to sign somewhere else. As a result, the addition of another wideout must be on the table.
Team Needs: DL, ILB, OT, & WR