30. Washington Redskins

Where to begin. Redskins fans suffered through watching Barry Cofield, Ryan Clark, Jarvis Jenkins, Brandon Meriweather and Brian Orakpo all move on this offseason, leaving the defense in shambles.

Quarterback Robert Griffin III has struggled with injuries throughout his NFL career and his backup, Kirk Cousins, makes too many mistakes to be a reliable starter in the NFL. The Redskins will continue to sit at the bottom of the NFC East.

29. Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars are several seasons away from being a Super Bowl contending team. Blake Bortles had a disastrous featuring a cringeworthy touchdown to interception ratio of 11 to 17. Yep, that bad.

Julius Thomas was acquired over the offseason to bring Bortles some sort of a target, but Thomas will have to adapt to catching balls from Bortles, a big step down from being one of Peyton Manning’s favorite targets in 2014.

Their defense took a hit when this year’s third overall pick Dante Fowler went down with a torn ACL that should hold him out for the entire season. Just the Jaguars luck. It looks like Jacksonville is focusing on the future, and rightfully so.