Offensive Problems. You cannot tie it to just one area.
10-19-2010, 10:47 AM
RE: Offensive Problems. You cannot tie it to just one area.
I've read the posts here.
I respect everyone's opinions and don't expect anyone to accept mine as gospel truth.
That being said, I have to disagree with those saying it's not just one area.
Because it is.
Look, does this team need a complimentary receiver for White? YES
Does this team need a third down back? YES
Are receivers dropping passes? YES
What this team has on offense is:
QB = Rookie of the Year
RB = Pro Bowl
TE = Pro Bowl
WR = Pro Bowl
Now, you don't get Pro Bowl or Rookie of the Year designation because you are "Average"
These players are ABOVE AVERAGE for their positions.
There is plenty of firepower and talent on this offense to be scoring 20 plus points a game.
The problem is that the OFFENSIVE LINE is the least talented area on this team. It is a patchwork group. There are serious deficiencies there. The play has been sub par. There are no Pro Bowl players there. They've been man-handled far too often.
This is the SAME PROBLEM as last year.
And everyone said.."wait til next year when we get Harry Douglas back..."
This is with-out a doubt..CLEARLY..for all eyes to see..THE PROBLEM with the offense.