Since the NFL is a copycat league, the teams that dream up something exotic, shift a few key pieces or mix up a coaching staff often climb the offensive rankings fastest.
Such changes are a part of the reason the offensive hierarchy looks so different every year—nfl jerseys from china only teams with a Tom Brady or someone close are immune to the shuffle.
Look at last season. The Los Angeles Rams seemed dead in the water entering the year, yet adding left tackle Andrew Whitworth and new head coach Sean McVay resulted in a top-10 offense in yards per game and 29.9 points per contest.
The team that lost Whitworth in free agency and stuck with the same coaching approach, the Cincinnati Bengals, went from a respectable top-13 offense in 2016 to last in yards per game and averaging 18.1 points.
With the 2018 NFL draft done, let’s rank all 32 offenses based on last year’s results and leaguewide additions in the coaching, free-agency and draft realms.
2018 Offensive Coordinator: Brian Daboll official nfl jerseys cheap
Unlike the Rams a year ago, it doesn’t look as though the Buffalo Bills will leap into the top 10.
How could they?
The team is on its fifth offensive coordinator in six years. Tyrod Taylor is out at quarterback; AJ McCarron and Josh Allen have arrived. The former couldn’t beat out Andy Dalton for a job in Cincinnati, and the latter was arguably the most polarizing quarterback in the 2018 class. wholesale nfl jerseys
New coordinator Brian Daboll had success at Alabama, but he also made some odd moves, such as yanking Jalen Hurts for Tua Tagovailoa in the title game. He won’t get away with shuffling around his signal-callers in Buffalo.
The Bills will lean on running back LeSean McCoy, who averaged four yards per carry en route to 1,138 yards and six scores in 2017. Otherwise, it’s the Kelvin Benjamin show, even though the receiver had just 16 catches in six games.
Like last year, the Bills will go as far as the defense carries them.
2018 Offensive Coordinator: Dowell Loggains nfl jerseys wholesale
The AFC East doesn’t look like it’s trying hard to keep up with Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
Fans had to know last year would turn sour when the Dolphins pulled Jay Cutler from his reality-show life. He only threw five more touchdowns than interceptions.
This year, Ryan Tannehill might be entering an even worse situation after the team lost receiver Jarvis Landry. The move itself wasn’t unreasonable—failing to add much after it traded him in March was. nfl jerseys china
The Dolphins took a defensive-minded approach to the draft, besides selecting tight end Mike Gesicki in the second round. He’s one of the best combine testers of all time, but it doesn’t mean it’ll translate to the field.
The hope seems to be a Frank Gore-Kenyan Drake combo can prop up Tannehill, a career 62.7 percent passer with 106 touchdowns, 66 interceptions and seven yards per pass. But the addition of offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains isn’t encouraging. He left Chicago after an impressionable rookie, Mitchell Trubisky, started taking snaps under center in his miserably conservative offense, and Miami’s depth chart is even worse. nfl wholesale jerseys