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Week 8: 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 are averaging 440 yards and more than 29 points per game. They were on their bye week.

2. Kansas City Chiefs

PPG: 31.9 (1st) | YPG: 403.3 (2nd) | Prev: 3

Comment: Patrick Mahomes passed for 423 yards and Juju Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Travis Kelce all had big days in their win over the San Francisco 49ers.

3. Philadelphia Eagles

PPG: 26.8 (4th) | YPG: 394.5 (5th) | Prev: 2

Comment: The Eagles were on a bye this week, but they are averaging 394 yards and more than 26 points per game. 

4. Seattle Seahawks

PPG: 26.1 (5th) | YPG: 362.9 (12th) | Prev: 7

Comment: Another efficient day for Geno Smith and Kenneth Walker III rushed for 168 yards in their victory over the Los Angeles Chargers.

5. Cincinnati Bengals

PPG: 24.7 (8th) | YPG: 366.1 (11th) | Prev: NR

Comment: The Cincinnati Bengals are starting to look like they did last year, scoring 27 or more points in four of the last five games.

6. Los Angeles Chargers

PPG: 23.4 (11th) | YPG: 368.3 (8th) | Prev: 5

Comment: Justin Herbert was sacked three times, and the Los Angeles Chargers struggled to get their run game going in their loss to Seattle.

7. Baltimore Ravens

PPG: 25.9 (6th) | YPG: 346 (14th) | Prev: 6

Comment: They had another double-digit lead, but held on for the victory this time against the Browns.

8. Las Vegas Raiders

PPG: 27.2 (3rd) | YPG: 367.2 (9th) | Prev: NR

Comment: With the emergence of Josh Jacobs and the steady play of Derek Carr, the Las Vegas Raiders find themselves in the top 10.

9. Miami Dolphins

PPG: 21 (19th) | YPG: 367 (9th) | Prev: 9

Comment: Tua Tagovailoa returned to the lineup, was not sacked, and did not turn the ball over in their win against Pittsburgh. The offense has stalled, but with Tagovailoa getting back into a groove and the pieces they have, we expect them to get back to early-season form.

10. Detroit Lions

PPG: 24.3 (9th) | YPG: 395.2 (4th) | Prev: NR

Comment: With a second straight poor offensive performance, they are on the verge of dropping out of the top 10.

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