Power Rankings: Top 5 Post-Draft Offenses

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Jan 19, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) calls a play at the line of scrimmage in the second half against the Denver Broncos during the 2013 AFC championship playoff football game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The draft is over, you know it, I know it, even my grandmother knows it. Now is the time to sit back, relax and analyze the snot out of each and every team’s off-season performance. In this article I will be ranking, from 1-5, the top Post-Draft offenses in the NFL given the circumstances of their draft selections, their performance last season and their overall potential next season. Many of these teams you have seen in the top 5 before, however there are some teams in here that may come and surprise you in the end. Overall, I hope you enjoy and as always if I boof anything or you feel like this top 10 wasn’t truly correct, please leave a comment in the comment section (peanut gallery) below. That’s what it’s for and don’t worry I’ll get to all of them eventually (probably never).

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  • http://twitter.com/kumerle Kenneth Kumerle

    I would’ve put Green Bay first or second!

    • trinity

      I agree. I would have put them 2 behind Denver. Certainly over the eagles.

  • James D.

    Tom Brady isn’t 39! He’s 36, turning 37 this August. Come on man, you can’t give him extra years, we need all we can get!

    Good stuff though, Keith!

  • Cheyenne Kid

    I agree with all the positions. Should be another great season. As you know I am a Bronco writer and fan and the Broncos will still have that high powered offense and a defense that could end up a top 5 defense with all our injured starters back and the additions in free agency!

  • joe

    Eagles gonna be #1.

    • joe

      I wanted eagles to get Jeff Janis, Denver is gonna kill it with Latimer.

  • trinity

    Glad to see the saints at number 2! The eagles, no. I wouldn’t be comfortable with Maclin as my number 1, and Riley Cooper is just a 3 guy. Sproles will make a difference but not enough to put them over green bay, or even Washington in my opinion. I agree, Denver still is the best

    • Dr Muon Funk

      Come on man.. Jackson is 5’7 and 165lbs. Disappeared against good teams! This was his best year because of the offense not because he’s an amazing receiver. I’d take Mac over any Saints wr. Saints have Graham. Shut him down and Brees struggles like the Philly saints play off game.

      • trinity

        That 5’7 1265’7 pound reciever who disappears in big games was the absolute best playmaker on the eagles squad outside of maybe lesean. If he was the best playmaker on the team with those flaws that you mentioned, than that actually speaks volumes about the other recievers and not in a good way. What I think is that the eagles have a really good number 2 reciever (Maclin) playing number 1, and Cooper who is just a role player 3 at best, playing the 2. That does not sound promising to me. And I the saints with thier current roster plus adding cooks in the draft makes me feel confident for them. I think they will be one of the few offenses that can hang with Denver.

  • Lukeskywalker88

    I thought Tom Brady turned 37 in August this year.

  • Branden Burke

    I don’t want to be that guy who complains about a poorly written article but…

    Come on bud! You spent a great amount of effort writing it. I don’t expect it to be perfect. Just proof read please. Afterall, you’re representing yourself and Lombardi Ave.

    And Green Bay should be much higher. No Rodgers (or Finley/Cobb) for a large chunk of the year and they still had the #6 passing offense with the best running game on your list. Otherwise I appreciate your work.

  • David Hofstedt

    The loss of EDS in Green Bay isn’t much of a loss at all. Tretter will end up being a upgrade. Adams, Lyerla, and Abbrederis will all play a role in this offense this season. Lacy, Starks, Franklin, and Neal, (Yes Neal) will run all over NFL Defenses this year. Green Bay finished that high last year without Rodgers for half the season. They just might be number one when it’s all said and done.