The NFL's scariest offenses to defend
ABC News - 2 months
The NFL is loaded with high-powered talent on the offensive side of the ball, but which units scare opposing defensive coordinators the most when they set the game plan? And which players, outside of the quarterback position, do you have to stop in order to slow these offenses down? Today, let's dig deep into the five scariest offenses in the league. From the Cowboys' physicality up front to the Falcons' big-play passing attack, here are the five NFL offenses that give defenses consistent problems on game day. Atlanta Falcons Points per game rank:?1st |? Yards per play rank:?1st Who you have to stop: WR Julio Jones Jones is the most complete wide receiver in the game, a rare combination of speed, size and route-running ability at all three levels of the field. This season, Jones has produced 1,253 yards receiving (despite missing the past two games) and is averaging a.
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