ESPN.com's Tim Graham, who covers the AFC East, blogs about the Patriots' offense in 2009 and includes comments from Patriots receiver Randy Moss.
"The sky's the limit for this offense," Moss tells Graham in a Monday interview. "I think that we could be a little bit better than two years ago. I'm very excited for us as an offense. I'm excited for us as a team. There's a lot of good things about Tom Brady coming back that excites the people, the fans, the coaches and the players around here. All we can hope is to come out with smoking guns."
Moss echoed comments made by Patriots receiver Wes Welker to Peter King of Sports Illustrated, saying that the offense should benefit from both receivers having been in the system for two years.
"This year, it's going to be a little bit scarier because we do have two years up under our belts," Moss tells Graham. "This offense is complicated. To be point blank, they don't want dummies in this offense. You have to be somewhat intelligent to be able to go ahead and run this offense because one play you could be here; the next play you could be there. You have to be versatile to be able to change positions and be good."