5 worst offenses the Buffalo Bills will face in 2024

If you ranked the quarterbacks the Bills will face in 2024, it would be an impressive list from top to bottom. This makes ranking the five worst offensives they face a difficult task. But let's do this.
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This list might be the worst on the Bills schedule, but that doesn't mean they aren't good offenses. Nearly all of them have something good about them, whether it's the opponent's quarterback, receivers, or offensive line. But they also all have question marks that need to be answered, and depending on those answers, they could be much better than they appear right now.

Buffalo has a tough schedule this year, but that's nothing new when you are a division winner in the AFC East. The East division is one of the tougher divisions in the NFL, and the Bills defense will need to be on their game early. There will be some new faces taking the field for the Bills too, most notably at the safety position, with most likely two new players manning those spots. If Von Miller can return to his former self, that will help, as the Bills lost last season's sack leader, Leonard Floyd.

Apart from one team in this ranking, the common denominator among four of the five teams is that their offensive lines are a major concern. Pro Football Network ranked the league's offensive lines, and four are ranked 26th or lower. The team's offensive unit was ranked one to five, so five is the worst offense the Bills will face this season and might be the worst offense in the league. But, let's get into our ranking, and feel free to let me know if you agree.

Here are the five worst offenses the Buffalo Bills will face in 2024.