Last season we had a very efficient offense. This year should be better. We won't need to "go for it" on fourth down as much(16 for 20!!!WTF?). We should get into the red zone more often too. Last season we had 60 trips in the red zone and scored 36 TDs. San Diego had 62(lead the league) yet managed 42 TDs(68%). Scoring TDs isn't the issue. The issue is having scoring opportunities. It's like in baseball and getting guys to third base with zero or one out. The pats can already do that. Can the pats go from 60% TDs, after reaching the red zone, to over 70% TDs? (like the 2005 seahawks) Can they reach the red zone over 65 times? Is this even possible without an elite back getting lots of carries? That would be 20ppg for just the offense without field goals. Corey Dillon did have 13 TDs last season though. Might be a big loss. What do you guys think the impact will be?