By Marc Lawrence, PlaybookSports.com — NFL training camps are only weeks away from opening for all 32 NFL teams, and real football is ever so close to a return.
With that in mind, PFF.com took a look at the lay of the land and analyze each AFC team’s strengths and weaknesses after a busy offseason. For instance:
Bills – Biggest Strength: QUARTERBACK
Buffalo has the No.1 roster in the NFL as we head toward the season, and there are a lot of strengths across the board. Their true power lies in the absence of any real weakness, but it’s clear that Josh Allen is the catalyst to multiply the effect of everything else.
Bengals – Biggest Strength: WIDE RECEIVERS
Ja’Marr Chase took the NFL by storm as a rookie and is already as good as any receiver in football. He forms the backbone of a dominant group. Both Chase and Tee Higgins averaged over 2.1 yards per route run last season, and all three receivers, including Tyler Boyd, generated a passer rating of over 100.0 when targeted.
Chargers – Biggest Strength: EDGE RUSHERS
Joey Bosa is one of the best edge defenders in football, and the Bolts were able to pair him with another of the best in Khalil Mack this offseason. Each player is an elite run defender on top of what they can do rushing the passer, giving the Chargers elite edge defense, not just elite edge rush