1. Denver Broncos: The dual move of a playoff team gaining a future Hall of Fame quarterback (Peyton Manning) and ridding itself of a giant question mark (Tim Tebow) was brilliant on its own. However, getting cornerback Tracy Porter, tight end Jacob Tamme, defensive tackle Justin Bannan and wide receiver Andre Caldwell solidify an impressive offseason of work. There have been a couple of losses, such as Brodrick Bunkley and Andre' Goodman, but those are tolerable.
3. New York Jets: If not for the Dolphins and the fact that the Jets still get some respect after back-to-back AFC championship game appearances during the '09 and '10 seasons, this team might be a complete laughingstock. After the addition of Tebow, the Jets were dubbed the "No Ring Circus" by one newspaper. The team hasn't done enough to help quarterback Mark Sanchez this offseason. Rather, it has created more distractions for a quarterback who needs to focus on his job. The only additions of note are two guys (wide receiver Chaz Schilens and safety LaRon Landry) who have struggled to stay healthy.
— NFL offseason winners/losers: Peyton Manning boosts Broncos; defections hurt Colts . .By Jason Cole .