Analysis

Week 7: Top-10 NFL Offenses Right Now

The 33rd Team’s weekly top-10 offensive rankings are derived through an evaluation by our scouting department, led by former NFL team executive T.J. McCreight and assisted by scouts Justin Casey, Kevin Cohn and Evan Pritt. 

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1. Buffalo Bills

PPG: 29.3 (2nd) | YPG: 440.8 (1st)  | Prev: 1

Comment: The Bills had 318 yards passing and 125 yards rushing on Sunday in a huge victory against the Chief and possibly a preview of the AFC Championship Game.

2. Philadelphia Eagles

PPG: 26.8 (4th) | YPG: 394.5 (3rd) | Prev: 3

Comment: Jalen Hurts continues to direct this offense, and they are playing at a high level. He did not have big numbers but was balanced against the Cowboys.

3. Kansas City Chiefs

PPG: 29.8 (1st) | YPG: 382.3 (t-5th) | Prev: 2

Comment: They could not quite do enough to beat the Bills, but Patrick Mahomes still threw for 338 yards. Though he did have two interceptions. They did not run the ball well enough and could not get Clyde Edwards-Helaire going. 

4. Detroit Lions

PPG: 28.0 (3rd) | YPG: 411.8 (2nd) | Prev: 4

Comment: The Lions had a BYE Week.

5. Los Angeles Chargers

PPG: 23.5 (t-11th) | YPG: 374.8 (7th) | Prev: 5

Comment: They had to battle on Monday night, and the kicker finished it off for them in overtime. They are sixth in total yards per game and they have a franchise quarterback.

6. Baltimore Ravens

PPG: 26.3 (5th) | YPG: 361.3 (9th) | Prev: 6

Comment: They are sixth in the NFL in rushing and fifth in points scored. They just need to keep the lead.

7. Seattle Seahawks

PPG: 24.3 (t-8th) | YPG: 356.0 (12th) | Prev: 7

Comment: In what was supposed to be a rebuilding year, the Seahawks are ninth in the NFL in points scored, and their quarterback play is an added bonus.

8. New Orleans Saints

PPG: 23.5 (t-11th) | YPG: 382.3 (t-5th) | Prev: 9

Comment: This team, with Taysom Hill and Alvin Kamara, can do a lot of different things and are not easy to defend week in and week out.

9. Miami Dolphins

PPG: 21.8 (17th) | YPG: 366. 2 (8th) | Prev: NR

Comment: They put up 458 yards of offense against the Vikings without Tua Tagovailoa. With him back, this offense is poised to take off.

10. Cleveland Browns

PPG: 24.7 (7th) | YPG: 385.0 (4th) | Prev: 8

Comment: They are an outstanding rushing team that will fall out of the top 10 soon without better quarterback play.

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