Power Rankings: Are Seattle Seahawks still No. 1 in offseason midpoint edition?

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Not all of the moves have been made, but most of them are in the books. Players have come and gone, as teams tinker with their rosters, looking to fill holes and upgrade in key positions.

Some have tried to make a big splash, while others have been more conservative. Some have simply tried to retain their own players, while others have gone about overhauling a big chunk of their roster.

The approaches to free agency have been varied, as have the results. Who improved and who took a step backwards?

It was time for an updated edition of Power Rankings to find out. To see how the editors at cover32 rate each team at the midway point between free agency and the draft, click here.

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  • JOHN Crockett

    Russell Wilson is still developing skills. He thinks the complexity of plays better than most QBs in the NFL and acts accordingly with superior execution. Keep him for more Super bowl Wins.