The offense is getting better each week. We are strong at QB, TE, RB and OL. We are OK at WR. After all, we can play with two wide receivers, two TE's and a RB. It is our most effective set (especially when used with a no-huddle). There are no real weaknesses. IMHO, this offense is better than any we've ever had. Caldwell and Watson are the go-to guys for Brady. Brown would be, but he has to play defense. Graham being healthy means much better protection for Brady. We don't seem to have depp threat at the moment, but that will come. The talent is there. The only weakness is at OC. The triple reverse was one of the worst calls I have ever seen in the NFL. The game plan and playcalling in the Indy game were the worst I've seen in a very long time. And BTW, I am not one to trash any of the coaches. I strongly supported Charlie, and still do. I just wish that bb would have given Tom a bit more support than an inexperienced 29 year old as an OC. He would done better giving the job to his son, or to Charlie's son. I understand that Charlie and Mangini had to go. We replaced Mangini, and haven't noticed much of a reduction in effectiveness (IMHO). The schemes are different. Hoever, we are 2nd in the league in point allowed and best in the red zone. And I believe we are among the BEST against the run, for the first time under bb. On the other hand, our offense is most effective when we go into the no-huddle and Tom is in charge; or rather our offense is best when Josh has the least influence.