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The group of groups that seem to be obvious spenders isn't really that long. The Eagles and Saints have fueled that fire in the past few decades, but both are coping with significant cap issues and won't be able to push the market anything near to what we have observed in the past. The Patriots have as much cap space and roster flexibility as anyone, but do we actually think Bill Belichick will go hog wild throwing around best-of-breed money and resetting the market in multiple places? The Falcons and Rams -- additionally never averse to creating new norms in spending at particular places -- have more or less made their beds for 2021. The Cowboys could be hamstrung by a quarterback on a second franchise tag counting near $40M from their cap via most, if not all, of the offseason.

That's suboptimal from a paying standpoint. It is very likely to be the usual suspects -- bad teams under new management with more cover space than they know what to do with, who have to overpay to get the best free agents to wink back at them now of the year. That'll drive the engine -- as it always does -- but I'm not sure there are the depth of rivalry we normally find for all those players. I am thinking a half dozen teams will be inclined to dip their feet into the deepest end of free service, led by the Jaguars and Jets, and also possibly the Texans.

The Raiders' failure to locate any defensive players of note through multiple drafts could see them chase round the very best linemen and linebackers and defensive backs they could locate, but who among .500 better or teams will probably be pushing them? The Colts will be competitive -- but within reason under judicious general director Chris Ballard -- and also the Bengals certainly don't have any shortage of needs to fulfill, but do we think Mike Brown will be needing to set up new spending marks across the offensive and defensive lineup, at which he needs help? I've got some reservations. Maybe the Titans?

Teams that appear on the cusp of perhaps a breakthrough -- such as the Bills and Ravens -- are prioritizing keeping and extending their own best gamers, a process that began last season for them and needs to include MVP caliber quarterbacks within their mid-20s. Hard to see them making a bunch of free-agent splashes. The Packers need to navigate trying to maintain their roster together with Aaron Rodgers not getting any younger, which could restrict their proclivity to cheap Mut 21 coins create big additions.
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