USA TODAY Sports' Lorenzo Reyes ranks and discusses the best offensive units in football.


With training camps approaching, USA TODAY Sports is taking a look at how all 32 teams stack up in every position grouping.

Here's a look at every group ranking so far, as well as what's to come.

Secondary: Seahawks still set the standard

Linebackers: Panthers, Broncos lead the way

Defensive line: Surprise unit leapfrogs the Texans

Special teams:Rams deserve more credit

Offensive line: Cowboys have challenger at top

Wide receivers/tight ends: Marshall changes balance

Quarterbacks: Patriots reign but not only because of Brady

Running backs: Cowboys get the slight edge

Overall roster: Why Patriots aren't No. 1


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