It's the goal of all 32 NFL franchises to assemble the most talented roster, but there's no denying some have done a better job than others.

It takes more than talent to hoist a Lombardi Trophy, but the overall talent level on a roster determines the ceiling of the franchise.

There are plenty of things the league does to encourage parity. From the way the salary cap works to the order of the draft and compensatory picks, there are measures in place to keep the talent disparity to a minimum.

Yet, there are definitely rosters that have much more talent than others.

Let's take a look at the most talented rosters top to bottom in the league right now. Positional value was considered. A talented quarterback means much more in today's league than a running back, for example.

But these teams have talent all over the field with few weaknesses.

7. Philadelphia Eagles

Regardless of how pass-happy the league becomes, the ability to control the line of scrimmage is a foundation that can sustain a successful team.

It's the primary reason the Eagles have one of the best rosters in the league right now.

Philadelphia's offensive line finished fourth in PFF's final offensive line rankings in 2021. They open the season as the top-ranked unit by the site for 2022. A big part of that is the tackle tandem of Jordan Mailata (left) and Lane Johnson (right).

The Eagles ability to bully people up front negates the need for elite backs. The stable of Miles Sanders, Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott benefit from leading the league in yards before contact (3.3).

The upgrades at receiver give the offense serious upside if Jalen Hurts can take the next step as a passer. Trading for A.J. Brown gives the Eagles an exciting young tandem with Brown and Smith.

The defense got serious reinforcements this offseason as well. Jordan Davis and Nakobe Dean should make immediate impacts in their rookie season. Pairing former Pro Bowler James Bradberry with fellow Pro Bowler Darius Slay gives them a good tandem of cover corners.

The biggest defensive addition might just be Haason Reddick, though. He adds teeth to a pass-rush that only had 29 sacks last year.

A lot still hinges on Hurts' development, but the pieces are there for the Eagles to return to the playoffs.

6. Los Angeles Rams

Sean McVay has some key pieces that are going to need to be replaced, but the baseline talent is still there for the Los Angeles Rams to repeat as Super Bowl champions.

We saw what Matthew Stafford can do in a McVay offense. He looked like a quarterback reborn in 2021, tying a career-high in touchdown passes (41) that he set in 2011 as a 23-year-old gunslinger for the Lions.

Of course, having an elite talent in Cooper Kupp helps. His historic 2021 season in which he led the NFL in reception, yards and touchdowns was a big reason for Stafford's rejuvenation.

After Kupp, the receiving corps will look different. Robert Woods is not coming back and Odell Beckham Jr. remains unsigned, however, signing Allen Robinson should help. He had a down year last season, but going from Matt Nagy to McVay is enough reason to believe he can regain his form.

The most important piece to replace on offense is going to be Andrew Whitworth, though. Even at 40 years old he only gave up five sacks and earned an 86.1 grade from Pro Football Focus last season.

On defense, Aaron Donald is a unique force on the inside, they added Bobby Wagner to the middle and Jalen Ramsey leads a talented secondary.

There is reason for concern on the edges, though. With Von Miller bolting to Buffalo they're going to have to find a productive running mate for Leonard Floyd.

5. Los Angeles Chargers

The Chargers come in as the only team on this list that missed the playoffs in 2021. If Brandon Staley can't get this group to the postseason, something has gone seriously wrong.