Joe Pisapia’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 Joe Pisapia’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:
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- NFL Head Coach & Staff Consensus Rankings
- Biggest Question for Each NFL Team
Joe Pisapia’s NFL Offense Rankings
|4||Los Angeles Chargers|
|6||Kansas City Chiefs|
|7||Los Angeles Rams|
|8||Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
|10||Las Vegas Raiders|
|11||Green Bay Packers|
|12||San Francisco 49ers|
|20||New England Patriots|
|21||New Orleans Saints|
|26||New York Giants|
|27||New York Jets|
1. Cincinnati Bengals
The offensive line was their glaring off-season issue, and the Bengals addressed that fault. The Bengals are arguably the deepest and most skilled offense in the league. They’re also one of the younger ones, which is important when it comes to modern day NFL standard. The O-Line tweaks make them Top 3, and it’s scary to think this “complete” unit could be even better in 2022.
2. Buffalo Bills
Josh Allen is the first QB in some time to finish QB1 in consecutive years. The one knock on the Bills coming into last year was the run game balance or lack thereof, but Devin Singletary‘s strong finish and the drafting of James Cook have alleviated any remaining doubts about this offense.
10. Las Vegas Raiders
If the Raiders stay healthy and new HC Josh McDaniels has the right feel for his new personnel, then Las Vegas could be the sleeper offense of the 2022 season. They already showed a lot of heart down the stretch last year, with poor health and tumultuous circumstances. Adding Davante Adams is absolutely huge for this team and really puts the pressure on opposing defenses.
19. Tennessee Titans
As long as Derrick Henry is 100%, this offense will probably rebound a good deal in 2022. Robert Woods and rookie Treylon Burks will sure up the WR position. However, Ryan Tannehill has to prove his turnovers last year were an aberration based on a lack of weapon continuity. The injuries last year to this team were ludicrous some weeks. So, give Tannehill a chance to redeem himself.
22. Detroit Lions
Despite their rank, the Lions have some upside. Yes, Jared Goff is still far from an ideal QB, but they drafted a huge WR talent in Jameson Williams, had Amon-Ra St. Brown emerge in ’21 in his rookie season and could have quite an offense if they get 17 healthy games from D’Andre Swift and T.J. Hockenson. Still some “if’s”, hence the rank, but more appeal than in years past without question.
29. Jacksonville Jaguars
There’s nowhere to go but up after last year, and I, for one, am not giving up on Trevor Lawrence. A healthy Travis Etienne will be a huge help both in the rushing and passing game, and Christian Kirk (although overpaid) was a nice off-season addition. This team lacked any coherent game plans last year. No matter what you think of Doug Pederson, there will at least be a professional guiding the offense in ’22.
Other Analyst NFL Offense Rankings
- Matthew Freedman’s NFL Offense Rankings
- Andrew Erickson’s NFL Offense Rankings
- Pat Fitzmaurice’s NFL Offense Rankings
- Derek Brown’s NFL Offense Rankings
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