The NFL is still a long time away (and will hopefully be played), but most major moves have already been made by teams through free agency and the draft. Our model has been updated with all team additions and player progression/regression projections, allowing us to rank teams accordingly. So here is our short preview of our offensive unit rankings heading into next season:
1. New Orleans (126 Rating)
2. Baltimore (124 Rating)
31. New York Jets (91 Rating)
32. Washington (90 Rating)
In our rankings, higher is better for offenses, and lower is better for defenses.
New Orleans and Baltimore both couldn't be stopped last year. The saints even added Emmanuel Sanders coming off an outstanding year to replace Ted Ginn which will make the offense even better.
The Jets lost their top wideout in Robby Anderson to the Carolina Panthers. They added Breshad Perriman and Denzel Mims through free agency and the draft, but still lack weapons for Sam Darnold. They added some nice pieces on the offensive line which will help that unit from it's abysmal 2018 season., but it still isn't enough to make this offense better than 31st.
Washington didn't do much to add to their offense either, but should see some nice improvement in Dwayne Haskins and young reciever Terry Mclaurin in year 2 as they are the pieces the offense needs to build around for the future.
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