NFL Video Galleries Pretty interesting, and he uses the Bears offense as the example team. With 2 quality tight ends, an offense can start out with 2 TE's on each side, but before the snap can adjust by sliding one TE in front of the HB to create an I formation, or slide TE's out to create 3 or 4-WR sets. You could create passing and running mismatches all over the place. It's too bad Watson and Thomas aren't good enough triple threats at blocking, route running, and catching. A 2-TE offensive lineup of Moss, Welker, and 2 quality tight ends could create a complete monster offense. Unfortunately our current TE's aren't above average blockers, and Watson does not have good hands. I miss Graham.