NFL Power Rankings: Where do Steelers rank ahead of free agency?

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4. Dallas Cowboys

It's probably unlikely that Dak Prescott is as turnover-prone in 2023 as he was last season, and many of his interceptions were not his fault. With a talented core group of players on both sides of the ball, I would expect the Cowboys to be in the thick of the potential Super Bowl-run conversation next season.

3. Cincinnati Bengals

As rough as their offensive line can look at times, it's so hard to count out Joe Burrow from making the Bengals a top team in 2023. Cool, calm, and collected, Burrow has firmly established himself as a top-3 quarterback in the NFL, and the Bengals will have $32 million in cap space to work with this offseason.

2. Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles were close to winning it all this past season, and I certainly won't rule out that possibility next year. They will be losing a few key players, but two first-round picks will help them quickly replenish their talent (as if they need to).

1. Kansas City Chiefs

I've learned not to go against Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid. It's really as simple as that. The Chiefs have a strong roster, but their quarterback and head coach appear to be in a league of their own. They are the top team on my offseason NFL power rankings for good reason.

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