NFL's Best Offenses in 2012?

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Plenty of NFL teams have quality offensive firepower, but which one is the best? Obviously, great offenses start with great quarterbacks, and what better place to start this discussion than under center?

Green Bay's offense features last year's league MVP, Aaron Rodgers. Every receiver gets a touch when Rodgers has the ball. Few quarterbacks in the league can find the open man as well as Rodgers does. 

The New England Patriots offense is quite dynamic for one managed by a defensive-minded head coach in Bill Belichick. But he and Tom Brady have seen their formula take them to five Super Bowls in 11 years. They must be doing something right. 

If a quarterback happens to break the NFL's single-season mark for passing yardage, his offense might be pretty good. There's no argument that Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints offense fit that bill. 

I join NFL lead blogger Aaron Nagler and senior NFL draft lead writer Matt Miller in a discussion of NFL offenses that we think will be top dogs in 2012. Enjoy our debate in the video above and leave us your take on which offense will reign supreme in the comments below. And thanks for watching. 

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