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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2. Seattle Seahawks

The career resurgence of quarterback Geno Smith is a cool story, and the Seahawks have some solid weapons in receivers DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, and running back Kenneth Walker III. The biggest problem with Seattle is their offensive line, as it's one of the worst in the league on paper. Despite the challenges with the offensive line, Geno Smith's ability to improvise and extend plays with his legs can occasionally make the offense quite formidable.

If Seattle can figure out their offensive line, their offense could be a top group, but when you look at other teams around the league, this is often the case. The NFL is loaded with wide receiver talent, and the Seahawks are right there. Tight end isn't great, but they are capable at the position with Noah Fant, who hasn't been the dynamic threat he was expected to be coming out of college. After five seasons in the league, he hasn't surpassed 680 yards in a season and less than 500 since joining the Seattle in 2022. He has also never had more than four touchdowns in a season.