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    Bessire: 2015 Ranking Classes

    by Paul Bessire, PredictionMachine.com
    Last Updated: 2/25/2016 7:35 PM ET

    Utilizing our unique, objective approach to player projections and development, PredictionMachine.com presents its 2015 NFL Draft content, including a Seven Round Mock Draft, Position-by-Position Reports, Statistical Breakdowns and Future Projections for all prospects in the 2015 NFL Draft. Also available this year is the new and improved NFL Draft Machine for customizable mock drafts and comprehensive draft evaluation. All NFL Draft Content is FREE from PredictionMachine.com's Paul Bessire as well as NFL Draft Expert Matt Richner.

    Based on the analysis we used to rank every NFL Prospect as well as leveraging the NFL Draft Machine we present our rookie class rankings. All teams are ranked on rookie class impact in the upcoming NFL season. These rankings are a combination of overall impact, weighted impact from the top players and average impact of all players. Though the Cincinnati Bengals do not rank as the best drafting team for the third consecutive year, it is still notable to see that they rank in the top five.

    Below, we show each team's Class Ranking, Power Ranking and Projected Wins Added. Class Rankings sort by a combination of total value added and average value added to each roster. New Power Rankings add drafted players to each roster to instantly re-simulate Power Rankings and compare to Previous Power Rankings (Prev. PR includes Free Agency as of 4/29/15). Projected Wins Added looks at players in the draft who can start for the new team to determine impact based on PM's rookie ratings (read more here). If team has not drafted a player who can start, it will not have any Proj. Wins Added. See the 2014 Rankings.

    2015 NFL Rookie Class Rankings

    Ranking Team New Rank Prev Rank Wins Added
    1 New Orleans Saints 21 22 0.69
    2 Cleveland Browns 26 28 1.37
    3 Oakland Raiders 28 30 1.66
    4 Jacksonville Jaguars 31 31 0.68
    5 Cincinnati Bengals 15 20 0.95
    6 Washington Redskins 22 21 0.62
    7 St. Louis Rams 10 17 1.00
    8 Kansas City Chiefs 25 19 0.18
    9 Atlanta Falcons 14 15 0.56
    10 Minnesota Vikings 20 24 0.85
    11 Indianapolis Colts 4 4 N/A
    12 Miami Dolphins 5 5 0.24
    13 Carolina Panthers 8 11 0.29
    14 San Diego Chargers 24 25 0.59
    15 Denver Broncos 2 3 0.59
    16 New York Jets 17 26 1.19
    17 Baltimore Ravens 11 9 N/A
    18 Pittsburgh Steelers 7 7 0.18
    19 Tennessee Titans 30 29 0.78
    20 New England Patriots 6 6 0.10
    21 Dallas Cowboys 13 10 0.04
    22 San Francisco 49ers 18 16 0.28
    23 Philadelphia Eagles 12 12 0.25
    24 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 32 32 0.41
    25 Buffalo Bills 19 14 0.09
    26 Green Bay Packers 3 2 0.07
    27 Chicago Bears 29 27 0.04
    28 Houston Texans 27 23 N/A
    29 Detroit Lions 16 13 0.24
    30 Seattle Seahawks 1 1 0.05
    31 Arizona Cardinals 23 18 0.12
    32 New York Giants 9 8 0.14
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