Power Rankings: Top Post-Draft Offenses (21-25)

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Dec 15, 2013; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace (11) celebrates his touchdown against the New England Patriots in the first half of the game at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-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 21-25, the top Post-Draft defenses in the NFL given the circumstances of their draft selections, their performance last season and their overall potential next season. Most of these teams will not surprise you, however there was a little shake up with the spots in the power rankings. If you are curious about the top teams’ defenses, you can check out my articles here and here. If you want to see which teams made the top five, top 10 and top 15 and top 20 you can click the links hereherehere and here. With these offensive selections, a lot may not seem to make much sense from the naked eye. That is why I am going to show all of the possible angles that make the individual teams so good. Typically teams with good offenses were given a chance to make the playoffs (typically, not always). People may say “Defense wins championships,” but it is the offenses that put points on the board. Whether it be free agents or draft picks or just current personnel, I will make sure to go through each pick and explain why they deserve your vote as the best in the league.

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