Andrew Erickson’s NFL Offense Rankings (2022 Fantasy Football)
Our analysts ranked all 32 NFL offenses, and we used those choices to create consensus rankings. Below are Andrew Erickson’s NFL Offense Rankings, complete with notes about several of his selections.
Previously, our analysts took a look at NFL head coaches and their staffs, the most overrated and underrated players, the top rookies, the top breakout candidates, the safest pick on each NFL team, and more:
- Most Overrated Player on Each Team
- Most Underrated Player on Each Team
- Top Rookie on Each NFL Team
- Top Breakout Candidates on Each NFL Team
- Safest Pick on Each NFL Team
- NFL Head Coach & Staff Consensus Rankings
- Biggest Question for Each NFL Team
Andrew Erickson’s NFL Offense Rankings
|2||Los Angeles Chargers|
|3||Los Angeles Rams|
|4||Kansas City Chiefs|
|6||Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
|11||San Francisco 49ers|
|13||Las Vegas Raiders|
|15||New England Patriots|
|16||Green Bay Packers|
|20||New Orleans Saints|
|28||New York Jets|
|29||New York Giants|
7. Denver Broncos
The Broncos somehow managed to finished 12th in positive EPA/dropback last season despite rolling out below-average QBs. The credit goes to the vast array of talent skill players in Mile High, ranging from WR Courtland Sutton to RB Javonte Williams and TE Noah Fant. Adding Russell Wilson into the mix is what makes this team a Super Bowl-caliber roster because they finally have an offense that match their top-10 defense.
9. Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals don’t have a great offensive line and they have yet to become a top-10 scoring offense in the Kliff Kingsbury regime, despite posting top-8 yardage numbers the past two seasons. Although there’s no denying the combination of Kingsbury and QB Kyler Murray has improved for three consecutive seasons. The Arizona QB posted career highs across the majority of passing efficiency marks in 2021 — including the No. 1 big-time throw rate (8.1%) from a clean pocket per PFF.
23. Washington Commanders
The Commanders have underrated group of skill players headlined by Terry McLaurin and Antonio Gibson, but injuries and shoddy quarterbacks — among other factors – have soured their perception. Carson Wentz is far from perfect, but his 27 passing touchdowns, 7 interceptions, and 67.9 PFF passing grade are miles better than Washington’s 20 passing touchdowns, 15 interceptions, and 58.3 PFF passing grade in 2021.
30. Seattle Seahawks
After losing out on the Baker Mayfield sweepstakes, Seattle will trot out a combination of Geno Smith/Drew Lock this season. Both guys have sub-80.0 career passer ratings. Russell Wilson‘s career passer rating (101.8) ranks second all-time among QBs with 100 starts.
32. Houston Texans
No team has a lower aggregated fantasy football ADP than the Houston Texans. Sure, Davis Mills performed above extremely low expectations last season, but this offense only has one reliable piece: Brandin Cooks.
Other Analyst NFL Offense Rankings
- Matthew Freedman’s NFL Offense Rankings
- Derek Brown’s NFL Offense Rankings
- Joe Pisapia’s NFL Offense Rankings
- Pat Fitzmaurice’s NFL Offense Rankings
Andrew Erickson’s 2022 Redraft Fantasy Football Rankings
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