TB's OL isn't nearly as bad as some are making it out to be. And as I've said QB can make or break an OL. Most I T'S/Sacks are on the QB (glad the board is catching up on stuff like this). Those guys are jumping for joy they have a legit QB back there. They also have $ & some draft cap, so getting a T to tighten up that line isn't impossible by any means. In terms of weapons and targets it'll be as good as Brady has ever had it. 2 legit WR1 in Evans and Godwin. Both are jump ball monsters and will give 12 all the confidence in the world if he has to lob it up. Then you have Howard, Miller and Brate. All have to have butterflies knowing they finally have a guy that can read the short/intermediate parts of the field. Winston has been terrible reading those areas and it's not bc of his vision lol. Lots of options and a ton of room for creativity. This offense, for as good as it's been in flashes never looked or felt like they had a real identity. I think Brady will love Godwin and Miller in the slot. Again lots of room for creativity. In terms of offensive philosophy, I think people are making way too big a deal about that as well. You would think the EP is some magical code by the way some talk about it. They couldn't tell you **** besides "we run OpTion RouTes" lol. They'll find a happy medium or make w/e changes are necessary. If TB is truly "all in" this is one of the last things I'm worried about. Every team runs option routes, from HS to pros. They've been in and studied different systems for years. These are some of the smartest and most dedicated people in the world. With Brady there they'll figure it. Their offense isn't far off imo and have almost every piece you want.