We've officially reached the stage of the NFL offseason when we have a much better idea of how all 32 rosters will look in Week 1. So it's time for our six NFL insiders to recalibrate their early predictions for the 2017 season. They'll be hitting on the following topics:
Who was the most underrated team in our post-draft Power Rankings?
Matt Bowen, NFL writer: The Minnesota Vikings (21st) weren't going to completely fix the offensive line issues in one offseason, but they added some new pieces up front in a West Coast system that caters to quarterback Sam Bradford's skill set. The game plan in Minnesota should be to get the ball out quickly in the passing game, while also running the ball with Latavius Murray and rookie Dalvin Cook. With a defense under Mike Zimmer that can create chaos for opposing quarterbacks, the Vikings should be in the playoff discussion this season.