You got that Right
posted at 2/16/2011 3:07 PM EST
In Response to Re: A NEW WR OPTION?
[QUOTE]Unless you want to talk about something that keeps points OFF the board I'd say it's useless to discuss! THE PATS HAD THE NUMBER ONE SCORING OFFENSE WITH 518 POINTS SCORED THIS SEASON. That's 77 points above anyone else in the league! They had the number one offense in 2007 as well! Did they win SuperBowls for it? NO! Do you really think another wide receiver on the field makes that much of a difference when the D allows the Jets to put up 28??? Seriously... Offense is not the problem, the Pats have had NOTHING BUT offense since the Super Bowl loss in 2007. What happens? Playoff loss 09, and a playoff loss in 010. They also had a deep threat in 07, and 09. It's time for the other side of the ball to be addressed my friends! 2010 Steelers #2 Defense, #1 Sacks, #12 offense 2010 Packers # 5 Defense, #2 Sacks, #10 offense 2010 Patriots #25 Defense, #14 Sacks, #1 Offense. Enough with the Madden crap, it may be a passing league but a Defense heavy balanced team still wins Championships more often than not! 2004 Patriots #2 Defense, #3 Sacks, #4 Offense. 2004 Colts #19 Defense, # 3 Sacks, #1 Offense.
Posted by Prophet76[/QUOTE]
No Doubt Tom Brady is the best QB in the NFL post Joe Montana. However, we have, indeed, spent to much time, effort and personnel moves to cater to his talents. In the meantime, our Defense, which at one time, provided the backbone to Superbowl titles has been allowed to fade away. we have more than enough picks this year and a wagon load of talent in the NFL draft.
We Need an off the edge pass rusher - I still cry every time Clay Mathews plants another QB. We trade down for VAlue on the board - Twice. Yeah time to cure that ill. We need to put real talent beside Wilfork up front and add to Mayo. Sorry, TBC, and the rest of the OLBs don't cut it.
Besides the Defense. We better look at upgrading an aging offensive line. the Offense will be much better off keeping holes open for the RBs and Tom's butt off the carpet than looking at another pair of hands.