Who Are NFL’s Best And Worst Offenses?


We are now in Week 13, and we have a pretty big body of work to talk about stats. Teams had twelve rounds behind them to show us just how good they are. They have shown us their weaknesses and their strengths. Let’s see which offense is the best and the worst in the NFL. After that, we are going to take a look at the defense.


BEST OFFENSE – ATLANTA FALCONS – They are leading the league with just over 32 points per game. Falcons don’t have the best time of possession on offense as they have the ball slightly under 30 minutes per game. They are also not leading the league in first downs, but they have 6.60 yards per play which is the highest in the NFL. This all shows that not only are they able to score points, but they are an explosive offense.

Matt Ryan is having an MVP-caliber season. His weapons are getting it done, receivers are open and ready on most occasions. If they don’t get open, there are his running backs that are capable of catching passes out of the backfield. Atlanta can hurt you in more ways that just one.


WORST OFFENSE – LOS ANGELES RAMS – They are scoring just a bit over 15 points per game. That is good enough for the worst in the NFL. A lot of this has to do with their horrible offensive line and Case Keenum not doing much as team’s quarterback. Only the Vikings and Texans have fewer yards per play than this squad, with 4.82 YD/P it won’t do any good for your team.

When you have a guy like Todd Gurley, you need to have more than 83 rushing yards per game. The offensive line is their most important problem that needs to be solved and one of the biggest reasons why they are the worst offense in the NFL.