With the draft looming this weekend, the better organizations will probably demonstrate why they are highly ranked, and the middle and bottom tier franchises will leave their fans and commentators grasping for the hope of improvement. While nothing offers the chance for a new start for football fans like the draft, no other event so publicly exposes the organizational short comings of franchises either.
So with draft day in mind, we conclude our look at the best owners and organizations in the NFL. Last year’s playoff teams were scattered throughout the ranks of the middle and bottom tier franchises, indicating that won-loss record was only one of several important criteria in rating owner and organizational success. But in the top tier, sustained success on the field becomes a key factor in differentiating these organizations. So while winning is far from the only thing, to paraphrase the great Vince Lombardi, it is, in a sense, everything to be at the top level.
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