Ranking NFL’s worst-to-first candidates for 2023

Ranking NFL's worst-to-first candidates for 2023

Last year, the Jacksonville Jaguars claimed the AFC South and became the ninth team in the last eight seasons to go from worst to first in their division.

As we turn our attention to the upcoming season, we’ll rank the chances of each last-place finisher from 2022 to win its division in 2023.

8. Arizona Cardinals

2022 record: 4-13

Notable additions

Free agency/Trades

LB Kyzir White
OT Paris Johnson Jr.

QB Joshua Dobbs
LB BJ Ojulari

WR Zach Pascal

Leaving the NFC West’s basement will be a tough task for the Cardinals, who seem destined to land the No. 1 pick in the 2024 draft. Arizona lacks star power on both sides of the ball and enters the season with the least talented roster in the league. The team will line up in Week 1 without its biggest stars from 2022: Kyl

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