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We turn to Vegas to figure that out. The 49ers will be a factor in the playoff race. The Raiders are probably enjoying a Jon Gruden bump. The Super Bowl-winning coach gives the team more juice than it would have under Jack Del Rio or an up-and-coming coach. The Broncos must have convinced bettors that Case Keenum is the solution to their problems.
Their biggest acquisition has been Barkevious Mingo. If I was picking out the best bet from this list, it would be the Rams. Especially if the team signs Ndamukong Suh, as it is expected to do.