Every NFC North offense ranked from worst to best in 2023

With Aaron Rodgers and Dalvin Cook gone, which NFC North offense is the best in 2023?
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Offense wins championships. Well, NFC North championships, at least.

The Minnesota Vikings won the division last year despite having the league's second-worst defense. The Green Bay Packers had previously won three straight NFC North titles, and Aaron Rodgers won NFL MVP in two of those seasons.

Some big names have left the division this offseason. Green Bay lost Rodgers, Minnesota moved on from Dalvin Cook and Adam Thielen, and the Detroit Lions traded D'Andre Swift.

Which team has the best offense in the NFC North this year?

4. Green Bay Packers

There is too much uncertainty to rank the Packers any higher. The potential is clear, but this unit is too tough to predict with Jordan Love taking over from Aaron Rodgers.

The Packers' offense is talented, but incredibly inexperienced.

Love has one career start. The entire wide receiver corps comprises second-year players and rookies, and the Packers will likely start with two rookie tight ends.

But this group does have tremendous potential.

Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon form an outstanding running back duo. Green Bay's offensive line is one of the best in football. Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs are breakout candidates. Luke Musgrave and Tucker Kraft were high draft picks.

Then there is Love. The Packers drafted him in the first round, and he has had the benefit of developing behind Rodgers for three seasons. It worked out pretty well the last time the Packers took this approach at quarterback.