New England Patriots: 2010 Offense Could Be As Dominating As the 2007 Team

September 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - The New England Patriots silenced a lot of critics Sunday as they defeated the Cincinnati Bengals, in impressive fashion, 38-24.
By watching this game twice, ( I DVR'd it), I am extremely impressed with New England's offense. Not only from the plethora of weapons Brady has, but the protection he got from the offensive line was phenomenal. 
I know this is only week one, but this team's offense could be better, if not as good, as the record breaking 2007 offense. 
Let's look at this at a glance: New England played the New York Jets week one in 2007 and put up 38 points; this week one in '10, the Pats did the same, but against a divisional winner in the Cincinnati Bengals. 
If you look at this offense on paper, you simply are replacing tight end Ben Watson and wide reciever Donte Stallworth with tight ends Aaron Hernandez, Rob Gronkowski, and Alge Crumpler, and up and coming receivers with Julian Edelman,...

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