When the Ravens and Falcons square off tonight, we'll have quite an impressive display of offensive talent on the field regardless of which team has the ball.
Baltimore and Atlanta are two of only four teams that feature a 1,900-yard passer, a 600-yard rusher and a 500-yard receiver, which means that we could be in for some fireworks if the defenses don't come to play tonight.
The Falcons feature Matt Ryan (1,917 passing yards), Michael Turner (694 rushing yards) and Roddy White (796 receiving yards), and that trio has been a huge part of an offense which has put up over 370 yards per game.
For the Ravens, Joe Flacco (1,949), Ray Rice (606) and Anquan Boldin (546) have been the cornerstones of an offense which averages nearly 350 yards per contest.
These offenses look even more dynamic when you toss in veteran tight ends Tony Gonzalez and Todd Heap.
Those two guys have actually posted very similar numbers this season: Atlanta's Gonzalez has chipped in with 364 receiving yards and three touchdowns this season, while Heap has contributed 341 yards and three scores of his own.
Ryan, Turner, White and Gonzalez or Flacco, Rice, Boldin and Heap. Which group would you prefer?
Personally, I'd take boys from Atlanta, but the Ravens's grouping isn't too shabby, either.
Both of these offenses have slowly progressed since the 2007 season, in which each team had a unit which ranked in the bottom third in the league in total yardage and points scored.
That's not an issue anymore.
The Ravens and Falcons have both shown the ability to put up points in bunches, and each team clearly has a number of weapons to turn to on the offensive side of the ball.