NFL power rankings: Post-draft edition

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The NFL offseason is almost complete in terms of roster movement. While there are still a handful of decent players available, most have been signed or drafted at this point. For all intents and purposes, the rosters are set for training camp, which is tortuously more than two months away.

Recently, some places have begun to publish NFL power rankings, giving us an idea of where the Kansas City Chiefs stand in the eyes of many. Over at and FOX Sports, Kansas City checks in 14th. At CBS, Pete Prisco apparently lost his mind and rated them 21st. Then there is NFL Network, which has the Chiefs winning the division at eighth-best overall.

So, in the spirit of fun, Arrowhead Addict is also publishing power rankings. Let’s see how things shake out.

32. Tennessee Titans

The Titans are not going to get better despite picking Marcus Mariota. The Heisman Trophy winner will take time to develop, and without help on either side of the ball, 2015 is going to be a long one.

31. Washington Redskins

Washington is a rancid franchise with a messy quarterback situation and a coach who is in over his head. The Redskins seem like a hopeless case.

30. Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars are getting better, but the offensive line is still bad, and Blake Bortles is still unproven. Tough to put them higher than this.

Dec 28, 2014; Houston, TX, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles (5) looks for an open receiver during the fourth quarter against the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium. The Texans defeated the Jaguars 23-17. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

29. Cleveland Browns

The roster is mostly solid, but this is a quarterback-driven league. The Browns are going to lose double-digit games because Josh McCown and Johnny Manziel are terrible.

28. Oakland Raiders

Oakland is getting better, but I believe it is still a year away from being competitive in the division. The Raiders have some weapons now and the defense is stronger up the middle, but it’s a young team with many holes.

27. Chicago Bears

The Bears drafted wide receiver Kevin White, which is great if he can also play defense. Chicago is atrocious on that side of the ball. John Fox will have quite the chore to win with that defense.

26. San Francisco 49ers

What a fall from grace this franchise has suffered. The 49ers saw a bevy of talented players leave via free agency and retirement, along with Jim Tomsula replacing Jim Harbaugh. It’s not pretty.

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