Ranking the Buffalo Bills’ offense in the AFC East in 2023

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The AFC East division has become one of the toughest divisions in the NFL over the last couple of years. For 20 years at one point, the division was owned by the New England Patriots, who could very well be looking up from the bottom to the rest of the division opponents.

Since 2020, the Buffalo Bills have stepped up to the plate and controlled the division with ease. Last season was the first time that they were tested at one point, but eventually secured their third division title in Week 16. 

Last season, the Dolphins had a high fire power offense that featured wide receivers Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle, Raheem Mostert and quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (when healthy). Going into this season, the Dolphins will have their star receivers back and Tua who if he can remain healthy, should solidify himself as a top ten quarterback in the league. 

The Jets were one of the worst offensive teams in 2022. Zach Wilson lost the trust and respect from his teammates and coaches after his horrific performance in the first half of the season, and injuries to running back Breece Hall and offensive guard Alijah Vera-Tucker hurt them. 

With the Patriots, there’s not much to say other than Matt Patricia was calling the offensive plays which cause a lot of turmoil between Mac Jones and the coaching staff. New England has the slowest offense in the division and that could be the case again entering 2023. 

As the 2023 season approaches, here is the AFC East offensive unit ranking going into Week 1.