Which NFL team should you support?

There are many reasons why the NFL might have an advantage when it comes to choosing its starting quarterbacks, but it’s the defensive side of the ball that may be the most important.

The Washington Redskins, for example, could be considered one of the best defenses in the league, but if you were to take the best players on that defense and replace them with offensive players, you’d likely have a weaker defense than the one we’re about to see.

The reason for that is that the Redskins have a strong running game and a good receiving corps that can run for yards and touchdowns.

And while Washington might not be the best defensive team in the NFL, they are a top-10 defense.

The Redskins defense is the fifth-best in the National Football League and the second-best on the strength of the passing game.

And that passing game has been an integral part of Washington’s success.

The 2017 Redskins are a good example of how well the Redskins defense has played.

When Washington started the season, the Redskins offense ranked 15th in the nation with only 1,095 passing yards and 26th in yards per attempt (a number that will likely improve over the season).

But by Week 10, Washington’s passing game had increased to 2,878 yards and 22nd in the country with 2,907 yards and 25th in passing touchdowns.

The team’s offensive production is up to 6,053 yards and 18th in total offense.

In Week 11, Washington was able to run for 1,076 yards on the ground and 11 touchdowns.

So while Washington’s defense has had some struggles this season, Washington has a strong enough supporting cast that it could potentially be a top 10 defense when it gets the opportunity to play the Washington Redskins.

Here are some more rankings from ESPN’s Football Power Index, which I believe is the most complete look at defensive performance on offense.

Top Five: Rank Team DYAR Pass Yds YPA Y/A TDs 1 Washington Redskins 12,908 917 21.3 2 Philadelphia Eagles 12,876 885 17.6 3 New York Giants 13,724 862 19.3 4 Chicago Bears 13,636 856 16.6 5 San Diego Chargers 13,503 856 15.3 6 Jacksonville Jaguars 13,404 855 15.0 7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13,338 851 14.9 8 Indianapolis Colts 13,266 834 13.5 9 Minnesota Vikings 13,197 819 12.9 10 Atlanta Falcons 13,078 805 11.6 11 Oakland Raiders 12,969 803 11.2 12 Pittsburgh Steelers 12,723 799 10.7 13 Detroit Lions 12,700 795 9.5 14 New Orleans Saints 12,574 791 9.3 15 Kansas City Chiefs 12,353 790 8.9 16 Chicago Bears 12,227 779 8.5 17 Detroit Lions 11,936 779 7.9 18 Buffalo Bills 11,852 768 6.5 19 New England Patriots 11,616 767 6.3 20 Tennessee Titans 11,711 745 5.4 21 Arizona Cardinals 11,596 738 4.7 22 Green Bay Packers 11,500 718 4.4 23 Seattle Seahawks 11,403 712 4.1 24 Miami Dolphins 11,304 697 3.7 25 Pittsburgh Steelers 10,971 692 3.5 26 New York Jets 10,869 678 3.3 27 Arizona Cardinals 10,725 669 3.2 28 Denver Broncos 10,652 659 3.0 29 Baltimore Ravens 10,638 648 2.8 30 Kansas City Raiders 10,568 644 2.7 31 Oakland Raiders 10 and Carolina Panthers 10,532 642 2.5 32 New Orleans Pelicans 10,415 619 2.3 33 Tampa Bay Panthers 10 and Pittsburgh Steelers 9,854 596 1.9 34 Chicago Bears 9 and Cincinnati Bengals 9,800 593 1.7 35 New England Bills 9 and San Diego Raiders 9,727 593 2.6 36 Atlanta Falcons 9 and New Orleans Chargers 9,620 582 1.4 37 Indianapolis Colts 9 and Tampa Bay Bucs 9,590 581 1.2 38 Carolina Panthers 9 and Arizona Cardinals 9,460 578 1.1 39 Oakland Raiders 9 and Indianapolis Colts 8,932 575 1.0 40 Jacksonville Jaguars 9 and Dallas Cowboys 8,842 569 1.04 41 Houston Texans 9 and Tennessee Titans 8,769 563 1.03 42 Cincinnati Bengals 8 and Washington Redskins 8,570 561 1.01 43 New England Raiders 8 and Arizona Eagles 8,555 558 1.00 44 Minnesota Vikings 8 and Miami Dolphins 8,515 553 1.02 45 Arizona Cardinals 8 and Philadelphia Eagles 8.875 552 1.07 46 Green Bay Green Bay, Wis.

Green Bay is the only team in this ranking to rank in the top five in DYARD,