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10 NFL teams who got worse this offseason, including the Dallas Cowboys

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While all 32 NFL fanbases like to think their teams improved this offseason, the reality is while some take a step forward, others naturally take a step back. We won’t know how each offseason move panned out until the season gets underway, but here are the 10 NFL teams who have gotten worse since they last took the field.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Seattle Seahawks

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Los Angeles Rams

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Denver Broncos

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Dallas Cowboys

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Las Vegas Raiders

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Minnesota Vikings

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Miami Dolphins

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Buffalo Bills

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New England Patriots

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