2. Detroit Lions
Detroit's offense ranked fourth in the NFL last season, and it was in good company. The other teams making up the top five were the Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles, and San Francisco 49ers.
This unit is powered by a dominant offensive line featuring Pro Bowlers Frank Ragnow, Jonah Jackson, and Penei Sewell. Taylor Decker is an excellent starter at left tackle.
Pro Bowl wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown is the star of the show. He finished his second season with 1,161 receiving yards and six touchdowns.
The Lions brought back veteran wide receiver Marvin Jones and drafted talented tight end Sam LaPorta. They will also get second-year receiver Jameson Williams back from suspension after six games.
Detroit's rushing attack is the key. Despite ranking third in rushing touchdowns last season, the Lions moved on from starters D'Andre Swift and Jamaal Williams, replacing them with free agent David Montgomery and first-round pick Jahmyr Gibbs.
Jared Goff is coming off an excellent season, and he is again surrounded by a strong supporting cast. The Lions will lean on their ground game, but Goff has more than enough receiving talent to throw to.
Detroit's offense will score a lot of points in 2023.