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Power Ranking All 32 Offenses Post-Draft
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Can wide receiver Demaryius Thomas and the Denver Broncos top their 606-point performance of 2013?

It’s not often that we get to write a piece where the idea is to be as offensive as possible.

More specifically, we are taking an early look at all 32 NFL teams and where each club’s offense ranks in terms of capabilities and potential.

These are not predictions for the 2014 season, but rather, a look at where every club stands right now. Of course, the only somewhat accurate gauge of these units won't come until August at the very least.

Remember, the order of ranking isn’t who we feel will score the least or the most points this upcoming season. There’s certainly more than one way to light up the scoreboard in the NFL, in particular the passing attack, where we have seen record numbers the last two seasons when it comes to interception returns for touchdowns.

Here we will take into account factors such as yards gained, red-zone efficiency and turnovers. We will also consider each team’s offseason arrivals and departures as well as the influence of the 2014 draft.

While we will be obviously taking a look backward in terms of last season’s performance, the goal here is to spin things forward.

Considering there were a dozen changes at offensive coordinator this offseason, there could be some surprises ahead.

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