From Gary Horton at ESPN Insider: NFL - With deep threat, improved running game, New England Patriots offense may be unstoppable - ESPN It's a nice article. Insider content, unfortunately. I'm happy to post as much as Ian and the mods consider permissible. Among the article's key points: 1. The addition of Brandon Lloyd stretching the field and opening things up underneath. 2. The use of Aaron Hernandez from a variety of positions. 3. More "deliberate" use of the running game to keep defenses off balance. "They will use both zone and man blocking principles up front in their offensive line, and we will see more power run schemes than in the past. McDaniels likes to create confusion with the play-action as well, and that starts with effective running." 4. "The versatility and ability to change looks and sub-packages in this unit is absolutely terrific." 5. Brady as the "ringleader who can piece together a puzzle with so many appealing pieces." The article somehow slipped by the editors at ESPN without getting a negative spin put on it, which is refreshing.