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NFL So which teams are in contention to be this year's Giants as the biggest spenders?

 The dark horse

New England Patriots: The Patriots have eight players in our Top 101 list and $61.9 million in cap space with which to replace those snaps according to Over The Cap. Bill Belichick trades with abandon and could be active as a buyer (Brandin Cooks?) and as a seller with Jimmy Garoppolo.

The Patriots are known for going after Phase 2 free agents but the team isn't afraid to spend big dollars occasionally on players who catch Belichick's eye Rosevelt Colvin Adalius Thomas and Rodney Harrison included. Belichick is still more likely to hold tight in the first hours of free agency before diving in with a large swath of moves this season hoping to find value. The team has too many vacancies and too much confidence orchestrating trades to stay quiet this month.

The contenders

Tennessee Titans: The Titans know they need to get more receiving help around quarterback Marcus Mariota and have been connected to big names like Alshon Jeffery and Brandin Cooks. The secondary needs a huge overhaul and the team has more than $60 million in cap room. GM Jon Robinson showed last season with his draft trades and acquisition of veteran running back DeMarco Murray in a swap with the Eagles that he's not afraid to be aggressive.

Jacksonville Jaguars: The organization has spent heavily in free agency since owner Shad Khan arrived in 2011 with little tangible progress to show for it in the standings. GM Dave Caldwell stressed at the combine that the team can't be "careless" with its money but he is under pressure to win now or lose his job later. That heat and a surplus of cap space ($71 million) could lead to a busy month.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Bucs GM Jason Licht and coach Dirk Koetter haven't hidden their desire for offensive upgrades. DeSean Jackson-to-Tampa is one of the most persistent pre-free agency rumors and the Bucs also could make sense as a destination for Adrian Peterson. The feeling that this roster is on the cusp is almost entirely due to the presence of quarterback Jameis Winston and receiver Mike Evans. Look deeper and this team has just as many depth-chart holes as when Raheem Morris was roaming the sidelines. I suspect Licht knows he needs help and will be ready to spend.

San Francisco 49ers: This grand experiment pairing coach Kyle Shanahan and newbie GM John Lynch could get weird fast. Lynch said it was "somewhat liberating" to have no quarterbacks on the roster which must make perusing the rest of this barren lineup feel like running naked through a field of sunflowers. But Lynch and Shanahan expressed enviable confidence and honesty in front of the cameras and said behind the scenes they would be fine.

Cleveland Browns: The Browns have the most cap space (over $100 million) the most needs and one win under this current front office.

And the winner will be ...

Chicago Bears: This is Year 3 of the Ryan Pace-John Fox marriage in Chicago and they need to show quick progress after a 3-13 season. Their biggest needs (cornerback and wide receiver) match up well with the depth of this market and they will have plenty of cap room to spend. The Bears have over $50 million in space and that's before saving over $12 million when they inevitably release quarterback Jay Cutler.

The Bears' expected flirtation with Mike Glennon is what vaults them to No. 1 on this list as landing a starting quarterback Gilmore and Wagner would require a significant investment of funds. This is how a general manager puts his livelihood on the line: spend huge money on a handful of position players and sign an untested starting quarterback.

Going big paid off for the Giants last offseason. Pace and his Chicago Bears are primed to take the same approach this time around.

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