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Coming off a 13-win season, Denver’s on the shortlist of preseason Super Bowl contenders. They’ll likely address their interior offensive line, where Dan Koppen started all 16 games at center. Koppen is a serviceable player, but hardly the long-term solution. In addition, Peyton Manning could do better at tight end than Jacob Tamme and Joel Dreessen. In the playoffs, Torrey Smith exposed soon to be 35-year-old Champ Bailey, so adding youth to the position wouldn’t hurt. Keith Brooking was also nothing more than a stopgap at mike linebacker. Look for Denver to target an upgrade.
Team Needs: C, CB, MLB, & TE
Kansas City Chiefs
Andy Reid steps into Kansas City with a more talented roster than the two-win effort put forth in ‘12. The first step to bringing back a winning tradition in KC is addressing their long-term quarterback problem. Matt Cassel's era was underwhelming, so phasing him out in favor of a younger arm is definitely in the cards. With Branden Albert and Dwayne Bowe set to test free agency, Reid will also look to find their replacements. Finally, the Chiefs are sticking to the 3-4, but their defensive line lacks impact players and depth.
Team Needs: DL, OLT, QB, & WR
The Raiders need help at a variety of positions. Carson Palmer is their current starting quarterback, but he’s a turnover machine, and on the north end of 30. The receiving core could use a complete overhaul, and even the offensive line needs addressing. On the defensive side of the ball, the Raiders desperately need a cornerback and may turn to the NFL draft to address the position. They also need pass rushing help on the edge of their d-line, and help inside as they’re set to lose Tommy Kelly and Richard Seymour.
Team Needs: CB, DL, QB, & WR
San Diego Chargers
Perhaps the NFC West rival with the best shot at challenging Denver in ‘13, San Diego needs to address their offensive line this season. It’s a deep draft and free agency pool of tackles, so this is the year to get it done. At running back, Ryan Mathews is still worth hanging onto, but he has serious durability issues, and the team must cover themselves at the position. The Chargers need to get younger on the defensive line, and it wouldn’t be surprising if they start two new corners next year.
Team Needs: CB, NT, OLT, & RB