The road map to success in today's NFL starts with the quarterback and revolves around the passing game. Look at the league's top teams -- the Super Bowl champion Giants, runner-up Patriots, regular-season-best Packers, etc. -- most boast top QBs and highly productive pass offenses.
So as we hit the offseason and teams ponder how they can rise in the standings, most will look to improve their passing game or find ways defensively to get better against the pass.
Here's a look at all 32 teams and what they'll need to do this offseason to be better in 2012: