New England Patriots: How Can Josh McDaniels Get Most out of Offense in 2015?

July 18, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As much as we might try, it's hard to find much to complain about when it comes to the New England Patriots offense.  The Patriots have finished as a top-five scoring team each of the past five seasons, and by Football Outsiders' DVOA metric, New England has been a top-seven overall offense every year since 2004.
Keep that in mind when reading this article.  Because of how high Tom Brady and the Pats have set the bar, "very good" is not some praiseworthy achievement around the Patriots quarters.  It's a harsh standard to live up to, but whatever retooling New England needs to do offensively is aimed at keeping the unit in its customary elite stratosphere.
Just as we did with the defense, let's dissect the key schematic and personnel decisions Josh McDaniels might make to keep the Gillette Stadium scoreboard operators busy this season.
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