Analyst Names Top-5 Most Dangerous Offenses in NFL

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The NFL has turned into a league dominated by scoring.

If you have a major offense, you have a chance to go far.

Last season we saw arguably two of the best offenses in the NFL in the Super Bowl.

Now the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles are back in 2023 with potent offenses.

Emmanuel Ako recently named his top-5 most dangerous offenses in the NFL.

Some of the teams on this list may surprise you.

It’s hard to argue with the Chiefs and Eagles above.

But having the Miami Dolphins’ third is an interesting option.

Last season, the Dolphins averaged 23.4 points per game, which ranked 11th in the NFL.

The problem with the Dolphins is not their offensive personnel but the health of their quarterback.

Tua Tagovailoa hasn’t proven he can stay healthy for a full season.

His future as an NFL player is in doubt as he has suffered several injuries in his career.

If Tua can stay healthy, then Jalen Waddle and Tyreek Hill’s offense will certainly be explosive.

But with the unpredictability of their quarterback it’s hard to rank them the third most dangerous in the league.

Two teams that could have made this list were the Buffalo Bills and the Dallas Cowboys.

They have consistently been a top five offense in the NFL over the past few seasons.

Dallas has an elite dual-threat attack that has found success both running and throwing the ball.

Whereas the Bills are a pass-heavy offense led by one of the most exciting quarterbacks in the NFL.

You can certainly make an argument for a few different teams in the top five.

But the NFL’s offensive prowess will be on display once again in 2023.

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