NFL teams report for training camps in the coming weeks, and I wanted to look at NFL offenses and where they rank heading into camps.
I’ve found a bunch of NFL power rankings, but I wanted to take it a step further and do my own ranking of NFL offenses. I looked at the 2022 NFL offensive rankings and what teams have done this offseason to improve that side of the ball. I think coaching changes are the most difficult to prognosticate. Specifically what Sean Peyton’s impact will be on Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos. Last year the Broncos ranked dead last in the league in points. There are huge question marks with the Carolina Panthers as well. Frank Reich bring brought in along with Adam Theilen, Miles Sanders, and #1 overall pick Bryce Young. However, Andy Dalton is on the roster as a steady veteran presence.
The craziness of the NFL offseason has calmed down, mostly. Most of the big off-season storylines have played out to their conclusion. I’m looking at you in Green Bay and New York with that Aaron Rodgers trade. However, there are still a few big names with question marks around them for the upcoming season. DeAndre Hopkins is still a free agent. It looks like he will be playing with either the Patriots on the Titans this season. Former Viking running back Dalvin Cook remains a free agent after being released by Minnesota on June 1st. Then there is the Stefon Diggs situation in Buffalo. It seems next to impossible for the Bills to trade Diggs this offseason. So I will work under the assumption that the team and Diggs get on the same page.
So here’s how I rank NFL offenses in mid-July for the upcoming season.