With the mad dash of offseason Free Agency essentially over, I am going to go over who went where. There were a lot of big names on the market that got PAID, but which teams are actually going to make use of them? I'm going to pick my top three signings per team, so here we go: Bears 1) Kenny Britt - WR 2) Pat Sims - DT 3) Danario Alexander - WR So Chicago already has Marshall and Jeffrey-- have fun with this group of WR's NFC North! Pat Sims will be solid at the DT spot for a little while- seems like a bit of a "stop gap" if anything here as I am not sure of his age. Bengals 1) Cliff Avril - DE 2) Jason Worilds - OLB 3) Tyrod Taylor - QB Well it's pretty clear CT was ready to get some pressure on opposing QB's! I really like the Taylor signing as well as he is a player that could push Dalton if things don't go well again this year. Bills 1) Orlando Franklin - OG 2) Chris Harris - CB 3) Chris Johnson - HB With Spiller on the way out and Fred Jackson in FA (or maybe he landed somewhere..) the CJ2K signing makes sense. Orlando Franklin-- always good to add OL to a team and he is a solid one. I like the Harris signing too, but overall I am confused here. You deal your star RB to bring in a new one, I know Gilmore was on the trade block all year and now Harris is in Buffalo. Are the Bills that bad irl that a fan like Stephen wants to gut the team in the video game world? Also Stephen, 4 years 65 MILLION FOR HARRIS? Broncos No signings. Browns 1) Justin Tuck - DE 2) Niles Paul - TE 3) Landon Cohen - NT These are all three of our signings, Tuck will make the most noise this year. He will pretty much only be a pass rushing specialist, but we got him at a bargain price (1 year, $2 Million). I like my former Cornhuskers too, so that's why we picked up Niles. Cohen will be a good #2 behind Phil Taylor. Bucs 1) James Casey - FB 2) Jerrell Freeman - MLB 3) Kendrick Lewis - FS Casey was my favorite player in this years FA class (that wasn't a superstar). The other two seem like solid defensive players and that's something they can use down in Tampa. Cards None - (p.s. these guys are a cpu team now) Chargers 1) Antonio Cromartie - CB 2) Greg Hardy - DE 3) Jason Kelce - C Chargers dished out some cash, but hopefully they can make some noise now in a tough AFC West. Cromartie and Hardy will help big time on defense. Chiefs Nothing - Colts Nothing - Cowboys Nothing - Really guys? lol Dolphins 1) Chris Cook - CB 2) Lawrence Guy - DE 3) Stephen Paea - DT Some solid guys here for Miami- all with upside for the most part. Cook and Paea should be able to contribute right away, and Guy is a promising young talent. Eagles 1) Brian De La Puente - C 2) Dwight Freeney - OLB 3) Antrel Rolle - SS Some aging guys here, I think Gov will be disappointed with Rolle if he regressed like a lot of his age do. However, all of these guys can contribute right off the bat so there is no shame in that. Falcons 1) Stefen Wisniewski - C 2) Dustin Hopkins - K Those are the only two signings, but Wisniewski was the most talented OL on the market I believe-- big upgrade for Atlanta. Maybe they will be worth a shit this year. 49ers 1) Jarrett Boykin - WR 2) Reggie Bush - HB 3) Michael Vick - QB Damn, nice haul Guayo. Got three playmakers on offense, will be interesting to see how they fit into the scheme of the new coach. Giants 1) Michael Griffin - FS 2) Dashon Goldson - SS 3) Allen Bailey - DE We will see how regression treated the two safeties, but those could be two great grabs for New York. Allen Bailey is key for the transition to the new defense. Jaguars 1) Brian Orakpo - OLB 2) Byron Maxwell - CB 3) Brandon Flowers - CB The Jags are going to make some noise this year if their coach can keep things rolling in the right direction. They threatened last year and now they have the talent to truly compete. Jets 1) KJ Wright - MLB 2) Hakeem Nicks - WR 3) Sam Acho - OLB Probably not the New York Nicks wanted to go back to- they just lost their HC who led them to a great season. Still, some nice grabs here for the J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS (goddamn that felt dumb typing). Lions 1) Patrick Robinson - CB 2) Danile Kilgore - C 3) Doug Legursky - LG Robinson is a good get, and like I said you can't go wrong with O line. Interested to see how our new TFS member does over here with Madden! Packers 1) Marcus Smith II - OLB Nick Perry's replacement coltron? Should be a nice contributor for many seasons. Panthers None - Patriots None - Raiders 1) Tyvon Branch - SS 2) Louis Delmas - FS 3) Dan Williams - DT Williams is a good young DT, Delmas is a proven FS that will fill a big void in Oakland, and Branch returns to his team after a great season last year. A lot of money spent in Oakland this year, we will see how that plays out down the road. Delmas and DE Cameron Jordan received some long term deals. Rams 1) Mason Foster - MLB 2) Shiloh Keo - FS 3) Bruce Campbell - LT Foster and Keo will bolster an already strong defense in St. Louis. I am interested to see if the new face in St. Louis can get them competitive in a brutal division. Ravens 1) Darren McFadden - RB 2) Jeremy Kerley - WR 3) Dustin Keller - TE Mo gets Flacco some more weapons in Baltimore- look for a good season to come from the Ravens. Redskins Apparently Kevin Gomez quit without telling me. Bravo! Saints 1) Jimmy Graham - TE Only one signing in Nawlins, but it's a big one. Graham gets paid (4 years, 66M) and he gets to come back home! Seahawks 1) Darryl Sharpton - MLB 2) Jermain Kearse - WR 3) Malcolm Smith - OLB Smith got a long term deal, and Kearse comes back home. Sharpton is going to be a tackling machine in that defense. Steelers 1) Justin Smith - DE 2) Stevie Johnson - WR 3) Rod Streater - WR Pittsburgh gets a hard nosed DE in Smith who just seems like he will fit in in Pittsburgh. Johnson and Streater add to an already solid receiving core. Texans 1) Brandon Harris - CB 2) Osi Umenyiora - DE 3) Christian Ponder - QB Harris will be nice in the defense, Osi might be past his prime but he can still rush the passer, and Ponder gives them a nice second option if they struggle this season again. Titans 1) Patrick Peterson - CB 2) Dekoda Watson - OLB 3) Marcus Gilchrist - FS I like the attention to defense. Peterson got a massive deal, Gilchrist replaces Griffin, and Watson should be a contributor instantly. Vikings 1) Lance Kendricks - TE 2) Erin Henderson - MLB 3) Arthur Moats - OLB I really like Kendricks, and Henderson will fit in well in Minnesota. Moats is more help with the change to 3-4. Who were the biggest winners? Who didn't do so hot? Did any of these signings flush any teams right into Super Bowl expectations?