Winners and Losers for the 2015 NFL Free Agency with NFL Odds by

Winners and Losers for the 2015 NFL Free Agency with NFL Odds by
The NFL is running and there are some players that have been signed by some top teams. The signings affect the progress of the team in the entire season. Some are winners in it, while others are losers. So who made a good deal? Check which players will change the NFL odds for the next season;

• Derrelle Revis, New York Jets

The Jets signed back Darrelle Revis, their former cornerback. Revis was with the Patriots for one year, which saw him lift the Super Bowl. So definitely, this is worth the bargain for the Jets and Revis is definitely a winner in this. On the other hand, the Patriots signed Devin McCourty, though Revis was such an asset to the team, he definitely will make things happen with the Jets. 

Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers

The Packers signed back their wide receiver, Randall Cobb. The WR, who is just 24, is expected to be of a great help to the Parkers. The Packers have signed him on a deal that will keep him in the team for four years. In 2013, Cobb was great and he performed elegantly, this should see him go swiftly as he progresses along. He plays along Davante Adams and Jordy Nelson. This line assures the Packers of a steady offense. He has potential to be a top 15 WR in 2015. 

The Losers

Inasmuch as two free agents are the most probable winners for the next season, there are some that are definite losers. They include the following:

• The San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers have a solid team at the moment, but this year is not like they were formerly, which saw them win the Championship in three consecutive years. They have lost Justin Smith and Patrick Willis, two tight players on defense. These are two players that would have rescued the team on the defense. Smith is more likely to leave the team, while Willis has officially retired. Another player that is out is Frank Gore, who has signed with the Colts. Another one that might sign with a different team is Mike Lupati. However, they will sign Torrey Smith, though this will cost them a huge amount of money. They have signed Torrey Smith on a five year deal, worth $40 million and $22million is already guaranteed. Definitely, this is a loss, a huge loss in fact. 

• The Detroit Lions 

The Lions signed Haloti Ngata, making their defense a solid rock. He is a good player, however the shift is heading to a 3-4 defense, so this might not be such an ideal fit. They missed Nick Fairley, which saw them sign Ndamukong Suh. 

More off-season analysis to come.

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