All 32 NFL teams are gearing up for what will almost certainly be another entertaining season filled with exciting football and stories from some of the league’s best teams.
With training camps round the corner and set to begin in just a few weeks, everyone is considering which teams will be the best in the league in 2023.
ESPN, as always, has released its rankings of every team in the league from No. 1 to No. 32, including what you can expect in the top 10 and some surprising picks via Dov Kleiman.
ESPN ranked all 32 NFL teams by roster, here’s their list from best to worst:
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— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) 2 July 2023
Coming in at No. 1 with the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs coming in as No. 1 is no surprise, Patrick Mahomes and Co. proved once again during last year’s NFL playoffs that they are the team to beat and are building a dynasty with two Wins. are doing. Lombardi trophies in the Andy Reid era.
The top five could be made with the Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals as all of these teams stand and will undoubtedly be playoff contenders in 2023.
Then it gets a little interesting as some teams are ranked slightly higher than expected, namely the Cleveland Browns (No. 9), the Seattle Seahawks (No. 12), and the Pittsburgh Steelers (No. 14).
After what Cleveland accomplished last season, the fact that the Browns are ahead of the New York Jets (No. 10) and the Baltimore Ravens (No. 11) is unforgivable.
The Jets and Ravens will have offenses that can rival the Chiefs, with defenses that can hold their own.
Cleveland shouldn’t be ranked in the top 10 until the team proves that the Deshaun Watson experiment will work.
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