Jordan Eisen, Staff Writer

This off season, the Browns added Odell Beckham Jr., Kareem Hunt, Sheldon Richardson, and Olivier Vernon. After a winless season, the Browns enjoyed success for the first time in awhile. Last year was just the beginning of the Browns’ attempt to rise as a great team. These off season additions just provided them with an abundance of talent to help them win. Beckham and Hunt provide more excitement to an already explosive offense, and Richardson and Vernon will contribute to one of the most frightening pass rushes in the NFL.
This off season, the Jets added Le’Veon Bell, C.J. Mosley, Jamison Crowder, and Quinnen Williams. The Jets have officially stopped tanking after constantly losing since the 2015-16 season. The Jets still lack talent on their offensive line, but everywhere else, they appear to be a solid team. If they can survive what will surely be a poor offensive line, the Jets could suddenly move up from the bottom of the barrel to a top five team on the back of their strong defense and consistent running game.
This off season, the Raiders added Antonio Brown, Brandon Marshall, Clelin Ferrell, and Josh Jacobs. The Raiders have been a major disappointment for the past couple years with just 10 total wins; however, they are just three years removed from a magical season of which they went 12-4. Now, they’re trying to regain their magic. There’s a chance that Brown and the new rookies can bring a mystical season to Oakland in what may be their last year there.
While all three teams had intriguing off seasons that will surely impact the league’s near future, the Browns will be a dominant force immediately as well. Once Baker Mayfield took over last season and the Browns fired their coaching staff, they became one of the most dominant forces in the league. Now they’ve added one of the best, young wide receivers, a skilled running back, and a furious pass rush to what they already had.