Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job
Our offense isn't in jeopardy because of our core skill players. All are solid. Brady is comfortable with all of them.
Edelman, Sanu, Dorsett
Our backups are probably OK as backups, although some have been injured. On a given Sunday, a couple of these players could be the key to a win. Myers may be the most important of them this year, although I could see the argument for Harry or LeCosse.
Stidham, Kessler, Harris are non-factors
The obvious elephant in the room is the OL, which has been injured and awful. It doesn't help to have lost our best blocking TE and our FB.
With Wynn back, Mason healthy, and Karras improving with experience, this offense is good enough to compete for the Super Bowl.
Last year, the key to victory was an awesome OL, augmented by Gronkowski, Allan, and Develin as blockers. This year, it is our very aggressive and excellent defense.
Our redzone production isn't what it once was, but I was happy to see us have some strong moments against the Ravens. That's a decent secondary their fielding, their offense did all they could to keep Brady off the field, yet we certainly - in the 2nd and 3rd - marched down the field multiple times. I thought it was one of the more promising games from the offense since the singular game with AB.
At this point it's foggy, but do I remember us having some success passing to either White or Michel like, 3-5 yds up field and basically setting blocks from there? Basically masking our inability to create holes at LOS? It's possible I'm only remembering the few times it worked and neglecting every time it didn't haha.