After three weeks into the season, I am going to take a look at the league's top 10 offenses.
This list is not just based on points or yards. It is based on how the teams have done through three weeks, but also on overall talent.
So the standard is on how they have done so far and is also based on their overall players and the talent they have on offense. So join me as we countdown the league's top 10 offenses.
The Raiders are 2-1 and have scored 35 and 34 points the last two weeks.
They move the ball because of a devastating running game.
While the passing game and Jason Campbell is not spectacular, the Raiders offense has impressed enough to make this list and beat out a couple other teams for the 10th spot.
The Raiders two headed monster of Darren McFadden and Michael Bush have been really solid this season.
When the season began, many thought this team would have one of the best offenses in the league.
Injuries to Michael Vick have slowed them down somewhat, but when Vick is in there, this team is dynamic.
DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin, and LeSean McCoy give this team a lot of offensive firepower. They just have to find a way to keep Vick healthy.
Joe Flacco has been impressive so far and Ray Rice is an elite running back.
The Ravens can pass and run, and in two of their three games, the offense has looked spectacular.
I'm not sure what happened against Tennessee, but the inconsistency is what almost left them off the list and it is what keeps them from being higher.
The Texans would be higher on this list if not for their recent red zone struggles. They have been kicking way too many field goals.
This team can move the ball in a hurry though with WR Andre Johnson, QB Matt Schaub, and RB Ben Tate.
Even with RB Arian Foster banged up, this team has been putting up points and moving the ball.
If they did better in the red zone, they would be higher on this list.
The Lions lose some points on this list because their overall offensive talent is not quite as good as the teams above them, but this team is an offensive force that can move the ball and score points.
A 20 point comeback against Minnesota last week proves that. I almost had them one spot higher.
Philip Rivers is an elite quarterback and RB Ryan Matthews and RB Mike Tolbert give this team a heck of a one-two punch.
Combine that with TE Antonio Gates and WR Vincent Jackson and this team has a plethora of offensive weapons and talent.
Turnovers hurt them in Week 2 and this team seems to get a lot of yards but not always a lot of points which is why they only come in at No. 5.
Please raise your hand if you had Buffalo 3-0 and Ryan Fitzpatrick in the league MVP talks after three weeks? Even the most optimistic Bills fan could not have expecting this kind of performance.
Fitzpatrick has been great and Fred Jackson has emerged as one of the league's leading rushers.
Stevie Johnson leads a wide receiving corps that is underwhelming on paper, but has been very effective this season.
There is not a lot of big names, but you can not argue with the results as this team has put up more than 30 points in every game and has moved the ball on everyone.
Even without Marques Colston, this team has moved the ball and scored points.
Having Drew Brees helps but this team has a bunch of solid wide receivers and multiple running backs who can step in and get the job done.
One of the toughest offenses in the league to stop, the Saints come in at No. 3 on this list.
The defending Super Bowl champions have a solid offense led by Aaron Rodgers.
Jermichael Finley has emerged as one of the best tight ends in football and Greg Jennings is explosive.
This team can win in a shootout or it has the defense to win a low scoring game.
Offensively though the talent on this team can not be ignored, which is why they are second on this list.
Well the Patriots are the obvious choice for No. 1.
Yes, they are one dimensional, but even in a bad game this week vs. Buffalo, they scored 31 points and Brady threw for more than 350 yards. The Patriots have to be the toughest team in the league to stop.
There are teams with better skill position players but Brady makes this offense go and the Patriots coaching and their quarterback makes this team the league's best offense.