Which players will get a boost as the playoffs roll around?

NFL season is almost here, and the teams in charge are making the most of their chances to win the title.

Here’s a look at who will get an edge in the playoffs.1.

Cleveland Browns (7-2)The Browns have the NFL’s second-best record entering the postseason.

If they don’t make the playoffs, they’re likely to miss the playoffs again in 2019, the final season of their current contract.

That puts them in position to make some significant moves.

The team has had to settle for a few big trades, most notably trading quarterback Josh McCown to the Kansas City Chiefs for the No. 2 pick in the 2017 draft.

But the biggest move they made was to get quarterback Johnny Manziel out of the deal and sign wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins to a two-year, $15 million contract.

It’s a move that could boost Hopkins’ production, which hasn’t been great this year.

That’s a smart one, because Hopkins’ career has been one of his worst.

Hopkins will likely get a chance to prove himself as a top receiver as he gets a chance in the postseason against a Cleveland defense that is coming off a 12-4 season.

The Browns have given up the most points per game (34.9) in the league this year and have allowed the fifth-fewest points per play (9.2).

Hopkins has been a major part of that success, as he has six touchdown catches and five touchdown catches.

The next big thing is that Hopkins can take advantage of a deep Browns secondary that was supposed to be a major problem last season.

The Browns signed former Ravens safety Brandon Browner, who will play safety in Cleveland.

He’s a former first-round pick and has played in 12 games this season.

Browner’s a natural in coverage, and he has been able to pick up the blitz when the team’s defensive backs have struggled.

His production hasn’t translated well to the field as a rookie, but the Browns have a young secondary that should be able to turn some things around.

The Ravens had a lot of issues on offense last season, and they had a chance at a title this year thanks to an impressive season from quarterback Joe Flacco.

Flacco has thrown for more than 4,400 yards, with 32 touchdowns and 16 interceptions, with a 109.3 passer rating when targeting him.

His passer rating against the pass (83.9), yards per attempt (7.3) and touchdown-to-interception ratio (12.8) all ranked second in the NFL.

Flavin has shown enough improvement this year to be considered a top-five quarterback, and that will be critical as the Ravens get closer to the playoffs for the first time since 2007.

The Broncos have a lot to prove, as they haven’t been in the playoff race for three years.

They have the No, 6 seed in the AFC, which means they’ll need to do something to make the postseason, and a win over a team that was expected to be in contention might just do that.

Denver’s defense struggled with injuries, but it still ranked first in the NFC last season with a league-high 10.1 sacks per game.

The Broncos are expected to add another pass rusher with the No., 14 pick in this year’s draft.

It will be interesting to see if the Broncos make a move to add an extra pass rusher or if they wait until the draft.1a.

Indianapolis Colts (6-2-1)The Colts have been one-and-done since the start of the 2017 season, losing seven games to start the year.

They’ve had to adjust to new coaches and players in coach Chuck Pagano, and coach Chuck Person has been effective at changing things up in the offseason.

The Colts have had to replace five starters at every position on defense, including the starters at cornerback, safety, linebacker and cornerback.

They are projected to have a higher pick in next year’s NFL draft, but that’s not an ideal situation for the Colts.

If the Colts win out and stay healthy, they could be one of the surprise teams in the wild-card race.

Pagano has some talent and depth, but he’ll need more talent and the ability to get it all out of his system and onto the field.

The team could be able get back to the postseason in the second half of the season, but not if it falls behind in the division standings.