We rank all 32 of the offences in the NFL ahead of the new season getting underway.
No offense is more talented, well-rounded or deeper than the one the Eagles bring to the table this year.
Jalen Hurts proved he could quarterback an elite attack last year, making the most of the talents of A.J. Brown and Devonta Smith, while Hurts was given plenty of time to throw by a stacked offensive line.
The running back group looks better with D’Andre Swift and Rashaad Penny signed and even a change in offensive coordinator can’t dent the belief that this offense, which ranked second in points per game last season, can be special.
No one threw more interceptions than Dak Prescott last year and his meltdown in the playoffs is a concern.
However, on his day, he’s a top-five QB and plays on a stacked offense that’s added to its receiving weapons by bringing in Brandin Cooks.
The backfield will be better having been turned over to Tony Pollard and the offensive line is rock-solid. Mike McCarthy takes over playing call duties on offense, which is a minor worry.
Josh Allen played hurt for a good portion of last season, hindering his performance and yet he still graded out as the third-best quarterback in the league, according to PFF.
Allen can do it all for this offense, but when he has to pass, Stefon Diggs is usually there to catch it. Diggs is backed up by some decent receivers, while the Bills have a good running-back room.
The biggest issue is their lack of investment in the offensive line, which could come back to bite Allen and company.
There’s little question Patrick Mahomes is the best quarterback in the league, but he can’t do it all himself.
The reigning league MVP has the offensive mind of Andy Reid and his go-to target Travis Kelce with him at Arrowhead again, but there’s plenty of change elsewhere.
The offensive line looks weaker after Orlando Brown’s departure, the majority of the wide receivers are unproven, or can’t stay healthy in the case of Kadarius Toney.
There’s a new offensive coordinator overseeing matters in Matt Nagy, who returns to the role he held with the Chiefs in 2016 and 2017.
Few can doubt the offensive genius that is Kyle Shanahan and if he believes a seventh-round pick is the right man to quarterback his team, who are we to doubt him?
Brock Purdy enjoyed an incredible eight-game run as the starter last season before his elbow injury and deserves the benefit of the doubt.
The Niners ranked fourth in yards per attempt last year, thanks to the pass-catching talents of Deebo Samuel, Brandon Aiyuk and George Kittle.
San Francisco then went and traded for the league’s best RB, Christian McCaffrey, leaving a patched-up offensive line as their biggest issue.
It might seem odd to place a Jared Goff-led offense this high up, but there’s no doubting how talented the Lions are.
Detroit ranked top eight for points and yards per game last season with Amon-Ra St. Brown enjoying a breakthrough year.
Rookie Jahmyr Gibbs and free agent signing David Montgomery form the new running back tandem that should find some big running lanes behind one of the top offensive lines in the league.
This is likely to be the last year Cincinnati will have its outstanding trio of wide receivers - Ja’Marr Chase, Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd - together and quarterback Joe Burrow wants to take full advantage.
Burrow was second only to Mahomes when it came to passer rating and passing touchdowns last year and there’s seemingly no limit to what he’s capable off.
The ground game wasn’t up to scratch last year, failing to get the most out of running back Joe Mixon, but the continued improvement to the offensive line may fix that.
The Chargers changed offensive coordinators during the off-season, with Kellen Moore brought in to get more out of a talented bunch of players.
Quarterback Justin Herbert played with the brakes on for much of last season, but showed when unleashed he is an elite talent.
They drafted wide receiver Quentin Johnston in the first round, adding him to a strong stable of pass catchers, while touchdown machine Austin Ekeler is back in the Chargers backfield after talk of a trade.
The offensive line is one of the best in the league when healthy, but there’s little depth behind the starters, which could hinder the Bolts’ progress.
Trevor Lawrence showed why the Jaguars drafted him number one overall last season and was one of the league’s most effective quarterbacks in the second half of 2022.
He made the likes of Christian Kirk and Evan Engram look like superstars, while being ably aided by running back Travis Etienne.
The suspension-free Calvin Ridley adds to the Jaguars’ attack, but there are significant concerns over the offensive line, which graded out as the worst run-blocking unit in the league.
The Jets feel like they’ve found the missing piece of the puzzle in Aaron Rodgers, having seen their offence dragged down by bad quarterback play last season.
Rodgers should make the most of a good receiving core, led by second-year wideout Garrett Wilson, while Dalvin Cook, Breece Hall and Michael Carter are an excellent trio of running backs.
Nathaniel Hackett, who had success with Rodgers in Green Bay, is the new offensive coordinator and, while he inherits a good situation, it’s far from perfect.
Rodgers heads to New York off a poor season by his standards and there are concerns about how he’ll cope behind a bad offensive line.
The Browns are banking on quarterback Deshaun Watson returning to his Houston Texans form and, if that were the case, Cleveland’s offense could fly this year.
They have some decent receiving weapons led by Amari Cooper, an elite running back in Nick Chubb and one of the league’s best offensive lines. It’s just waiting on Watson to bring it all together.
A team with Offensive Player of the Year Justin Jefferson at wide receiver is always going to do reasonably well.
Drafting receiver Jordan Addison and signing tight end TJ Hockenson may give him some help on the outside.
Minnesota averaged 24.9 points per game last season, eighth best in the league, and Kirk Cousins remains a solid quarterback.
However, running back Dalvin Cook’s departure leaves a big hole and there are concerns about the strength of the offensive line.
Few teams boast a receiving duo quite like the Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, with only Jefferson putting up more receiving yards than Hill last season.
Devon Achane adds explosiveness to a varied running back stable, all under their offensively-minded head coach Mike McDaniel.
There are a few glaring issues, namely the health of first-choice quarterback Tua Tagovailoa after a series of concussions, while the offensive line is heavily reliant on Terron Armstead.
Seattle benefitted from the Geno Smith renaissance last season, with Smith posting the highest completion percentage in the league.
Some regression is expected this year, despite the Seahawks adding to their excellent wide receiver room by drafting Jaxon Smith-Njigba.
The offensive line remains a big concern for the Hawks, who have some confusion at running back, too.
Baltimore needs to show something under new offensive coordinator Todd Monken if they want to be considered an elite offense.
The receiving core looks better this season with Odell Beckham Jr and Zay Flowers now on board, but Lamar Jackson needs to get the ball to his new teammates.
Jackson’s health and a lack of a consistent running back also drags them down.
The Steelers figure to be one of the league’s most improved offenses in the second year of Kenny Pickett’s stay in Pittsburgh.
They looked sharp in preseason, have improved what was a below-average offensive line last year and have strength in depth in several key positions.
New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll squeezed plenty out of quarterback Daniel Jones and running back Saquon Barkley last year, and Big Blue have added to their weapons with tight end Darren Waller arriving from Vegas.
But health remains a big issue for an offense that only ranked 18th in points per game and struggled to make big plays.
The Raiders have turned to Jimmy Garoppolo to succeed Derek Carr at quarterback in something of a sideways move.
It's a massively overhauled offense, with nine receivers added this offseason. Most importantly, Davante Adams and Josh Jacobs have stuck around, a number one running back-wide receiver combo most will be jealous of.
Derek Carr is a better-than-average quarterback and is an upgrade on what the Saints had last year.
But Carr isn’t going to win New Orleans an NFL Championship and doesn’t have a great number of receiving weapons, outside of Chris Olave, while star running back Alvin Kamara will miss the start of the season through suspension.
An old-school, run-heavy offensive scheme seems to be working for the Falcons and can only get better now Bijan Robinson is in Atlanta.
But there’s no escaping the fact the offense is one-dimensional, with the Falcons having the second-worst passing attack in the NFL last year despite a good collection of weapons.