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Assessing where the offense stands

Posted by Albert Breer  August 26, 2010 03:37 PM

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So tonight, what should we look for?

Last year, against Washington, Tom Brady's night was cut short after crushing hit from Albert Haynesworth on the Patriots' final offensive play of the first half. Here's how it looked through that point ...

Week 3
Vs. Redskins

31 plays, 186 yards
20 passes, 149 yards
11 rushes, 37 yards
17 points

I think the coaches would like to see the team keep the good (solid red-zone, short-yardage play, explosive plays) and eliminate some the inconsistencies that led to negative plays last week.

Just something to chew on, before I hop in the car to head down there. See you guys when I get there.
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