Originally Posted by SAR I
Take last year's offense.
Subtract a tall, veteran redzone receiving threat.
Subtract a dependable, veteran backfield receiving threat.
Add a rookie WR and a questionable second year RB to replace them.
That's what we are. And even if Hill and McKnight come in here and tear it up, it just gets us back to scratch, same as last year's team that could only muster 8 wins and couldn't beat a single team with a winning record.
Sanchez gets no time, Greene can't run, Holmes gets doubled, Keller gets lost. You'd think that after spending 30 years figuring out how to stop an offense that Rex Ryan could create one that would cause a defense some difficulty.
sadly, i think this season the only guy who will be vindicated is schotty. they don't have any elite skilled positional talent and they don't have the RT or TEs to run a power offense.