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Worst offense in the NFL this year predictions (1 Viewer)

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I was thinking about this last night. In a time of such unbounded optimism, let's pump the brakes a little bit. Who will have the worst offense in the NFL this season.

I think it is almost certainly from the AFC. I see the Jets, Raiders, and Browns as the most likely candidates.

 
Jags or jets for sure.

Cleveland surprises this year and finishes 1st or 2nd in division. They had a ton of injuries last year and didn't add Gordon until late...

 
Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst

 
Jets, Jags and Raiders are probably the three main contenders. I think the Browns will be much improved.

 
Jets, Jags and Raiders are probably the three main contenders. I think the Browns will be much improved.
Is there a team that has all 3 of them on the schedule this year? If so they might make for a pretty good fantasy team defense

 
My darkhorse for worst offense is Philly. They have some weapons, but have a brutal start to the year. If we end up with Foles behind center and this Chip Kelly offense (whatever if may look like), we could have an epic disaster. Philly's schedule is so bad and just perfect to set-up doubt about Kelly. They play 3 games in 10 days, followed by 3 road games at Denver, NYG, and Tampa. 4 of their first 6 games are on the road. Although, it might be a huge stretch since the Eagles were 29th in points scored last year

 
What has happened in Jacksonville that makes them significantly better than last year and able to pass the Jets? Just a chance of a healthy, ready MJD? Or do we expect Gabbert to be a lot better?

 
Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst
If Tampa stays healthy, I don't see how they could vie for the worst. Freeman may only be a (below-)average QB, but they have two solid WRs, a solid RB, a very strong O-Line...

If MJD is healthy, Jax has some WRs and a TE who they supposedly plan to use more. If they get anything out of the QB position, I think they could outperform the NYJ. In contrast, if Ivory plays up to his potential, NYJ could surprise enough to not be the worst offense...

 
What has happened in Jacksonville that makes them significantly better than last year and able to pass the Jets? Just a chance of a healthy, ready MJD? Or do we expect Gabbert to be a lot better?
Even without MJD, Blackmon (once he comes back) and Shorts are waaaaay better than anything the Jets have to offer. I also prefer Gabbert (has a chance to develop even if it's very small) to Sanchez (I'm 100% certain he sucks) and Geno Smith (for this year only -- he's not ready yet).

The Raiders will also be brutal, particularly if (when) McFadden goes down.

I'm also not buying the supposed offensive renaissances in Cleveland or Miami.

 
Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst
This post is filled with stupidity.

No wait, wait.... on second thought, I see what you are saying: you think that the #5, #9, and #12 overall ranked offenses from 2012 are all going to compete for the worst offense in 2013. Brilliant. Good input. Thanks.

Care to break it down for us so we know why you made such a dumb post?

 
KC also gets SD twice of course and PHI in the 3rd week, which could be a great time to play them, even if they do get it rolling later.

And they made a number of defensive pickups this offseason. Interesting.

 
Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst
This post is filled with stupidity.

No wait, wait.... on second thought, I see what you are saying: you think that the #5, #9, and #12 overall ranked offenses from 2012 are all going to compete for the worst offense in 2013. Brilliant. Good input. Thanks.

Care to break it down for us so we know why you made such a dumb post?
Care to break down why you have to be such a jerk around here?

 
Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst
This post is filled with stupidity.

No wait, wait.... on second thought, I see what you are saying: you think that the #5, #9, and #12 overall ranked offenses from 2012 are all going to compete for the worst offense in 2013. Brilliant. Good input. Thanks.

Care to break it down for us so we know why you made such a dumb post?
Care to break down why you have to be such a jerk around here?
Care to break down..uh....your brain has a thick ...candy....shell....

 
Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst
This post is filled with stupidity.

No wait, wait.... on second thought, I see what you are saying: you think that the #5, #9, and #12 overall ranked offenses from 2012 are all going to compete for the worst offense in 2013. Brilliant. Good input. Thanks.

Care to break it down for us so we know why you made such a dumb post?
Care to break down why you have to be such a jerk around here?
Oh please, nothing ever changes in the NFL from year-to-year, so maybe you need to apologize, AD.

 
Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst
The skins do not belong in this list. They have a dynamic young QB and a highly productive young RB. Pierre Garcon can dominate as a receiver when he is healthy. Lets focus on this team and not let the past cloud our view of reality.

 
What has happened in Jacksonville that makes them significantly better than last year and able to pass the Jets? Just a chance of a healthy, ready MJD? Or do we expect Gabbert to be a lot better?
I think everyone believes that Jacksonville has better weapons. MJD, Blackmon, Shorts, Lewis.

The Jets just have nothing on offense, and even if Geno Smith turns out to be a stud QB, who is he going to throw to?

 
Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst
The skins do not belong in this list. They have a dynamic young QB and a highly productive young RB. Pierre Garcon can dominate as a receiver when he is healthy. Lets focus on this team and not let the past cloud our view of reality.
His whole list was silly. STL, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina...cmon

 
What has happened in Jacksonville that makes them significantly better than last year and able to pass the Jets? Just a chance of a healthy, ready MJD? Or do we expect Gabbert to be a lot better?
I think everyone believes that Jacksonville has better weapons. MJD, Blackmon, Shorts, Lewis.

The Jets just have nothing on offense, and even if Geno Smith turns out to be a stud QB, who is he going to throw to?
Realistic Jets fan here, and I agree.

There isn't an NFL team with less offensive talent than the Jets. Right now their best offensive weapon is arguably Chris Ivory. :shudder:

That being said, this is a good year to have the worst offense in the NFL (Clowney plz).

 
I will say Oakland because their Defense is equally bad so, in a contest of two bad offenses, I am going to go with the one that will see even less time of possession than the other because I expect teams to just push Oakland all over the field all day.

 
It's the Jets. None of their offensive skill players would start for any other team. I don't think Sanchez would even start for the Jags. Most of their skill players would be second string or practice squad. This team has the least amount of elite talent in the league on offense and the coaching staff sucks too.

 
The Eagles actually did score just the 4th fewest points and had a ton of turnovers last year, it's not that crazy to list them.... unless you think Kelly brings something new and better discipline, which he could.

The Browns, Cards, Bills, Dolphins and Chiefs will be better.

The Jets and Raiders are probably two good candidates. I actually think Flynn could do well, the problem there is the coordination and line and everything else.

I am going to do what I can to get the Bucs DST week 1 for their destruction of Rex.

A couple candidates for two new entries for worst are:

The Titans - where are they going? What are they doing? Locker is experimenting with the pistol? It all sounds confused.

The Panthers - no Chud could really hurt. It's been a while but Mike Shula as OC has had teams that finished 30, 23, 18, 27 in points, and 28, 29, 22 and 29 in yards.

Say what you want about the Rams and all they've done to improve, but in terms of points scored they were basically even with the Raiders last year. New rookie WR's but losing Danny A, new TE who has never lived up to alleged potential, their workhorse back is gone but the combo of Pead/TRich/Stacy is supposed to replace him, new OLT, and Bradford has to finally step it up. I'm not saying they won't be better, but their offense has dragged for years now. This could get better or it could get worse or just stay stagnant.

 
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Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst
This post is filled with stupidity.

No wait, wait.... on second thought, I see what you are saying: you think that the #5, #9, and #12 overall ranked offenses from 2012 are all going to compete for the worst offense in 2013. Brilliant. Good input. Thanks.

Care to break it down for us so we know why you made such a dumb post?
Care to break down why you have to be such a jerk around here?
Oh please, nothing ever changes in the NFL from year-to-year, so maybe you need to apologize, AD.
Apologize for what? Todd being a Richard?

He's right that many of those teams won't sniff being the worst, but he didn't have to put it that way.

 
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Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst
You've obviously didn't watch the Bucs last year. Top five O-Line with all starters healthy and added Carimi, Doug Martin, VJax, M Williams, and added depth at Rb behind Martin. Plus, Freeman is literally playing for his job and needs to impress in order to stick around. NO WAY they are close to the bottom in offense this year.

 
Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst
You've obviously didn't watch the Bucs last year. Top five O-Line with all starters healthy and added Carimi, Doug Martin, VJax, M Williams, and added depth at Rb behind Martin. Plus, Freeman is literally playing for his job and needs to impress in order to stick around. NO WAY they are close to the bottom in offense this year.
Judging by his list, Broadway didn't watch football last year...

 
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Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst
You've obviously didn't watch the Bucs last year. Top five O-Line with all starters healthy and added Carimi, Doug Martin, VJax, M Williams, and added depth at Rb behind Martin. Plus, Freeman is literally playing for his job and needs to impress in order to stick around. NO WAY they are close to the bottom in offense this year.
Judging by his list, Broadway didn't watch football last year...
Good point, I saw red. Narrowed my hate. Should've read the whole post before blasting a retort.

 
Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst
You've obviously didn't watch the Bucs last year. Top five O-Line with all starters healthy and added Carimi, Doug Martin, VJax, M Williams, and added depth at Rb behind Martin. Plus, Freeman is literally playing for his job and needs to impress in order to stick around. NO WAY they are close to the bottom in offense this year.
Judging by his list, Broadway didn't watch football last year...
Andy Dufresne: Waahhhh!! Dont be mean!! Waaahhhh!!

 
Let's try some NFC teams.

Arizona, St. Louis, Minnesota, Tampa, Carolina, Philadelphia, Washington could all vie for the worst
This post is filled with stupidity.

No wait, wait.... on second thought, I see what you are saying: you think that the #5, #9, and #12 overall ranked offenses from 2012 are all going to compete for the worst offense in 2013. Brilliant. Good input. Thanks.

Care to break it down for us so we know why you made such a dumb post?
Care to break down why you have to be such a jerk around here?
Oh please, nothing ever changes in the NFL from year-to-year, so maybe you need to apologize, AD.
Apologize for what? Todd being a Richard?

He's right that many of those teams won't sniff being the worst, but he didn't have to put it that way.
:sarcasm:

 
Worst by division:

AFC East: Jets

AFC North: Steelers

AFC South: Jaguars

AFC West: Raiders

NFC East: Eagles

NFC North: Bears

NFC South: Bucs

NFC West: Cardinals

Playoffs for worst:

Jets vs. Steelers: Jets

Jags vs. Raiders: Raiders

Eagles vs. Bears: Eagles

Bucs vs. Cardinals: Cardinals

Jets vs. Raiders: Raiders

Eagles vs. Cards: Cards

Raiders vs. Cards: Raiders

 
This place was so much better when the powers that be actually moderated the boards. I hate having to wade through all the garbage to get to anything decent. And it'll only get worse leading up to and throughout the season. Ugh.

 

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