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10. Chicago Bears: With Jay Cutler struggling through injuries again throughout their team, they have worked to make the O-line better in front of Jay Cutler. Was it enough? Their 2012 season record was 10-69. Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens made a lot of changes since the Super Bowl, but they still look like strong playoff contenders after continuing to rebuild their defense through the draft. Their 2012 season record was 10-68. Houston Texans: GM Rick Smith had another solid draft; he was smart to draft a wide receiver to complement Andre Johnson. Their 2012 season record was 12-4 7. Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals added some toughness by signing linebacker James Harrison before the draft and brought more big-play potential by using their first two picks on tight end Tyler Eifert and running back Giovani Bernard. Their 2012 Season record was 10-66. New England Patriots: It was a typical, non-flashy draft for New England. The Patriots didn't get any immediate starters, but they di...
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