15. Atlanta Falcons
If the Atlanta Falcons had anybody who could block on the edges or run the football, this might be the best offense in football. Few teams if any can match the receivers on the outside of Julio Jones and Roddy White. Jones is one of the most explosive players in the league and White is a wily veteran who can still eclipse the 1,000-yard mark.
Of course, everything begins with quarterback Matt Ryan, who is always a threat to throw for 5,000 yards in a season. While Ryan is yet to hit that magical mark, he has come awfully close a few times. Ryan also has the advantage of playing indoors for at least nine games every season, ensuring optimal climate. Look for major years from all three of the aforementioned stars.
However, the running back still is in question. Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman will fight for carries, while the offensive line has all kinds of problems. Can 2014 first-round pick Jake Matthews show much better this time around, and can Ryan Schraeder or Lamar Holmes take care of the right side? Both are huge question marks at this point.
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