The NFL Draft has come and gone, the best free agents have been snapped up ... and you want MORE.
More starters. More playmakers. More Pro Bowlers. MORE.
We understand. For fans of most teams out there, the need to get better is overwheming. Trying to keep up with the Patriots is seemingly impossible. Your team's best shot this year may not be enough.
So why not look ahead to 2018? Tom Brady and Bill Belichick will be one step closer to their NFL graves, and if your team didn't win the Super Bowl -- or win more than a couple of games -- then there's hope in reloading with more weapons.
There will be hundreds of free agents available, possibly including QBs Kirk Cousins, Matthew Stafford, Derek Carr, Drew Brees and Jimmy Garoppolo. Here are the top 30 who, if they hit the market in 2018, could push your team over the top.
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Antonio Gates, TE, Chargers (UFA)
Gates will be be 38 going into the 2018 season, and his stats have gone down in each of the past three years. But he's a future Hall of Famer, and if he has another year in him after this season, his 15th with the Chargers, they should make sure he's a Bolt for life.
Frank Gore, RB, Colts (UFA)
Gore will be 34 going into the 2018 season, which is ancient by running back standards. But he still has something in the tank, rushing for 1,025 yards last season and catching 38 passes for another 277 yards. All eyes are on Adrian Peterson, Marshawn Lynch and Jamaal Charles, but Gore could rush for more yards in 2017 than all of them.
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Trumaine Johnson, CB, Rams (UFA)
Johnson is the Rams' top cornerback, and they were so concerned about losing him this offseason that they franchise tagged him at almost $17 million. They won't do that again next year, so unless they work out an extension, he'll hit the market in 2018. He had seven interceptions in 2015 and is just 27.
Quincy Enunwa, WR, Jets (RFA)
Enunwa, the only restricted free agent on this list, had a breakout 2016 with 58 catches for 857 yards despite having three mediocre QBs throwing to him. If he can post another solid season (despite the prospect of Josh McCown at QB), he should be in demand in 2018, but the Jets will be able to match any offer for the wide receiver, who willl be 25 this month.
Sammy Watkins, WR, Bills (UFA)
The Bills declined the fifth-year option on Watkins, a 1,000-yard receiver in 2015 who couldn't fully make it back from a surgically repaired broken foot last year. The upcoming season will be a make-or-break one for Watkins.
Julian Edelman, WR, Patriots (UFA)
Edelman had his second 1,000-yard season last year and an all-time great catch in the Super Bowl. But he'll be 32 when the 2018 season begins; will teams see him as the next Wes Welker, a system guy who won't have as much success without Tom Brady throwing to him? Will Bill Belichick try to get something for Edelman before he hits the market? Probably depends on how Brandin Cooks and the other receivers perform.
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Malcolm Butler, CB, Patriots (UFA)
Butler, the hero of the Pats' Super Bowl win over the Seahawks, has been halfway out the door this offseason after the team signed Stephon Gilmore instead of giving Butler a big extension. A rumored trade to the Saints never came to pass, though, and Butler showed up for voluntary team workouts after signing his $3 million restricted free agent tender. Will he remain on the roster until next year, when he finally can cash in somewhere else? We'll see.
Sheldon Richardson, DE, Jets (UFA)
Richardson reportedly is on the trading block, so he may be changing teams before 2018. He's had off-the-field trouble to match the Jets' on-field problems, but he's just 26 and is a handful on the D-line.
Tyler Eifert, TE, Bengals (UFA)
Cincy added some nice weapons for Andy Dalton in the draft, and a healthy Eifert would give the Bengals a good shot at getting back to the playoffs after missing them last season. Eifert led them in TDs (13) in 2015, so they may want to make sure they lock up the 26-year-old.
Thomas Davis, LB, Panthers (UFA)
Davis has spent all 11 of his seasons in Carolina and has 100 or more tackles in each of the past five. He'll be 35 when the 2018 season starts, but he hasn't shown any sign of slowing down; still, the Panthers plan on limiting his snaps next season to help preserve him.
Jimmy Graham, TE, Seahawks (UFA)
After a sub-par first year in Seattle, Graham came closer to matching his Saints stats last season and earned a Pro Bowl nod. But Russell Wilson still doesn't target him as much as Drew Brees did, even with next to no running game, and Graham also is on the wrong side of 30.
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Kam Chancellor, S, Seahawks (UFA)
Seattle already is seeking to get younger, listening to Richard Sherman trade offers, and Chancellor will be 30 when the 2018 season starts. If the 'Hawks break up the Legion of Boom, we'll see if it becomes a fire sale.
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Melvin Ingram, LB, Chargers (UFA)
Ingram, 28, has started all 16 games the past two seasons and had a combined 18.5 sacks.
Malcolm Jenkins, S, Eagles (UFA)
Jenkins has started all 16 games for three straight seasons in Philly, going to the Pro Bowl in 2015 after making 109 tackles and a 99-yard pick-six. He'll be 30 when the 2018 season begins.
Xavier Rhodes, CB, Vikings (UFA)
Rhodes had his first Pro Bowl season last year, which included a 100-yard pick-six. A three-year starter, he'll turn 27 in June.
Vontaze Burfict, LB, Bengals (UFA)
Burfict has been the quintessential Bengal: talented but troubled. He hasn't played all 16 games since 2013, and if he misses more games this season, that could be the difference between him hitting the jackpot and finding a soft market for his services. But then again, he had 171 tackles in 2013, and he's just 26.
Ezekiel Ansah, DE, Lions (UFA)
This upcoming season could make a lot of money for the Ghana native who never even put on pads until college. That depends on whether we see the Ansah of 2013-15, when he racked up 30 sacks, or the Ansah of last year, who had just two during the regular season.
Devonta Freeman, RB, Falcons (UFA)
Freeman has had back-to-back 1,000-yard, 11-TD seasons while splitting carries with Tevin Coleman. Freeman was a big part of the Falcons' Super Bowl run last season and one of the biggest bargains in the NFL with a base salary of $600,000. He'll make more than three times that this year, but the 25-year-old recently said "I want to be elite paid" — and probably the chance to not share the spotlight anymore.
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Terrelle Pryor, WR, Redskins (UFA)
Pryor, who had a breakout 1,000-yard season with the Browns last year, is betting on himself with a one-year, $6 million deal. Both he and Kirk Cousins are playing on prove-it deals, so that could be a prolific combo for the Redskins.
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Alshon Jeffrey, WR, Eagles (UFA)
Jeffrey, who had two 1,000-yard season with the Bears, also is gambling on himself with a one-year contract. If he can become Carson Wentz's go-to guy, he should cash in as a free agent in 2018.
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Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Cardinals (UFA)
Fitzgerald, who will turn 34 in August, has flirted with retirement but led the league in catches (107) last season, his second straight topping 1,000 yards. If the Cards correct their flaws and Carson Palmer gets them back to the playoffs, Fitzgerald might be coaxed into coming back for a 15th season in Arizona.
Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Vikings (UFA)
We don't know whether Bridgewater will be back in 2017 after his catastrophic knee injury last year, and the Vikings have added Case Keenum as insurance in case he isn't. But if Bridgewater is able to resume his career, even if it isn't in 2017, the 24-year-old's services will be in demand. That's just how it is for quarterback talent.
Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Patriots (UFA)
Garoppolo, 25, has been the other coveted Patriots piece this offseason, but so far he remains in New England as Tom Brady's backup. Whether he still is there at the start of the 2018 season and beyond is another question, and Bill Belichick -- as always -- is the man who will answer it. Until then, the Browns will continue to stockpile draft picks.
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DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Texans (UFA)
Hopkins has played all 16 games in each of his four seasons and topped 1,000 receiving yards twice; he almost did it last season with Brock Osweiler throwing to him. He'll be 25 in June.
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Sam Bradford, QB, Vikings (UFA)
Bradford is the other Vikings QB whose future beyond this season is up in the air. He led the league in completion rate (71.6 percent) last year and was a big part of Minnesota's hot start. How the Vikings finish next season, and Bridgewater's health, should determine whether Bradford finally has found a home.
Drew Brees, QB, Saints (UFA)
Brees will be 39 when the 2018 season starts, but he's shown no sign of slowing, leading the league in passing yards for three straight years and topping 5,000 for the fourth time in his career last year.
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Le'Veon Bell, RB, Steelers (UFA)
Bell, with 1,268 rushing yards and 75 catches for 616 yards in just 12 games last year, is arguably the most versatile weapon in this free-agent class.
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Kirk Cousins, QB, Redskins (UFA)
Cousins, franchise-tagged for almost $24 million this year, almost certainly won't be tagged again next year for $30 mil. He'll be expensive enough as it is, if the Redskins decide to do a long-term deal. If not, another team will -- maybe Kyle Shanahan's 49ers.
Derek Carr, QB, Raiders (UFA)
It's unlikely that the centerpiece of the Raiders' rebuild will ever hit the market. He's the Carr that will take the team to Vegas. But Carr reportedly is frustrated at the lack of progress on an extension.
Stafford already has had one big deal with the Lions and may land a second. But if this marriage ends after nine seasons, teams will be tripping over themselves to sign Stafford, who throws for 4,000 yards each year and will have just turned 30.