Strengths and Weaknesses of Each AFC Team in 2023

On Sept. 7, the NFL regular season begins, with an 18-week playoff race. The NFC is open, but the AFC will be a battle.

The incumbent AFC champion Chiefs, Bengals, and Bills have been perennial challengers for years.

Next, Aaron Rodgers and the Jets face the Dolphins, who now have Vic Fangio as their defensive coordinator, to win the AFC East for the first time since 2008.

Last season, the Jaguars, Titans, Ravens, Chargers, Patriots, and Steelers all made the playoffs or were eliminated on the last Sunday.

This time, who will make the playoffs? Let's examine why each team could run and why each has a weakness.

Expect quarterback Lamar Jackson to pass more than ever and have his first 4,000-yard season, while J.K.

Dobbins, Gus Edwards, and Jackson will keep the Ravens dangerous on the ground.

After Houston's team-leading 9.5 sacks in 2022, the Ravens lost Jason Pierre-Paul, Calais Campbell, and Justin Houston to free agency.

Baltimore relies on late-summer addition Jadeveon Clowney and third-year edge rusher Odafe Oweh, who has eight sacks. Big ask.

Only the Dolphins threw for more air yards last season than the Bills, who racked up 2,694. Buffalo has a pair of electric field-stretchers in Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis,


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