A look at the positional groupings used by the Patriots in Sunday's win over the Chargers:
2 WR/2 TE/1 RB -- 27 of 64 snaps
3 WR/1 TE/1 RB -- 23 of 64
1 WR/3 TE/1 RB -- 11 of 64
1 WR/2 TE/1FB/1RB -- 2 of 64
4 WR/1RB -- 1 of 64
ANALYSIS: The Patriots opened the game in their three-wide package, going no-huddle for the first 10 plays of the game. That set the tempo. Then, after taking control, the offense settled into more multiple tight end sets. When the Patriots went to multiple tight end sets early in the game, tight end Benjamin Watson was sometimes split wide as a receiver, giving it the look of a three-wide package and helping create advantageous matchups. Overall, the package with three tight ends has been productive through two games, with Randy Moss scoring touchdowns in back-to-back weeks when lined up as the lone receiver. It's a reflection of the balance the Patriots' offense has achieved to this point -- and the excellence of Moss himself -- when a power package is on the field and the offense still can hit the big play.