Power ranking every NFL offense in 2020

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Buffalo Bills, John Brown
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21. Buffalo Bills

The franchise made one of the bigger trades of 2020 by acquiring big-play wide receiver Stefon Diggs from the Vikings. He will team with deep threat John Brown and give quarterback Josh Allen quite the 1-2 punch. Second-year pro Devon Singletary is now the main man in the backfield and the rebuilt offensive like should be better.

20. Denver Broncos

With five games remaining in 2019, the club turn to rookie Drew Lock and he responded with seven TD passes and only three interceptions during the team’s 4-1 finish. John Elway added wideouts Jerry Jeudy (1-Alabama) and K.J. Hamler (2-Penn State) to complement Courtland Sutton and signing quality guard Graham Glasgow was huge.

19. Miami Dolphins

The ‘Fins won five of their final nine games a year ago despite a running attack that was the worst in the league. The team dealt for Matt Breida and signed free-agent Jordan Howard. Veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick is back but when will rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa take over. Wide receiver DeVante Parker comes off a breakout season.