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We have the most talented offense in the NFL

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It didn't seem long ago we were talent deficient in so many areas and an older team. Now it seems things have come together so fast and we are stacked everywhere. What team in the NFL can match this on offense? Stewart, Delo, Tolbert, Cam, Smitty, Olsen, Lafell, Murphy, and Joe Adams for special teams. I am so pumped to watch this offense. I think we will lead the league in points. If we can just get some turnovers on Defense we will make the playoffs.

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On the one hand, I like your optimism.

On the other, it was the Dolphins... in preseason... missing a ton of starters. Can we wait until the first couple games before we decide if our team is going to be a contender this year?

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yes.

even without cam running the ball i think this offense is about as good as any out there. the run game is better than any and the passing game is just as good as any others out there. newton's threat as a runner just puts us over the top. i want that to be something that is always looming over the heads of our opponents. i want us to be able to beat people without it and them to know that we can just to make them more afraid of this offense and what it can do with cam running the ball.

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I think we are the most dangerous and the most difficult to prepare for.

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On the hand, I like your optimism.

On the other, it was the Dolphins... in preseason... missing a ton of starters. Can we wait until the first couple games before we decide if our team is going to be a contender this year?

but then it was the panthers...in preseason...with the playbook barely cracked open...with very little game planning...and without cam newton running the ball.

why wait until the regular season to decide if this offense is going to make this team contenders? we all already know that...at least the observant ones who aren't scared and waiting for the other shoe to drop.

this offense was last year one of the most respected in the league. it's hard to imagine that being any different this year.

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Question is can we translate that talent into ability and success. The NFL is solely comprised of players with talent. That's like saying we have the most potential of any team in the NFL. It may be true, but it means nothing if we don't turn it into something.

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Too early to crown ourselves as that yet.

New orleans is deep as poo

Green Bay is deep as poo

New England is deep as poo

and these 3 will be strong too...

Detroit

Pittsburgh

Falcons

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but then it was the panthers...in preseason...with the playbook barely cracked open...with very little game planning...and without cam newton running the ball.

why wait until the regular season to decide if this offense is going to make this team contenders? we all already know that...at least the observant ones who aren't scared and waiting for the other shoe to drop.

this offense was last year one of the most respected in the league. it's hard to imagine that being any different this year.

can I get an amen?

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All I really know for sure from last night is that Houston is a much better team than Miami. At this point, with no major injuries, and the coaches doing more evaluating than game planning.

Us... I'm more optimistic than I was last week, but that's a major league schedule ahead of us.

I do know one thing, though. It sure is a lot more fun watching the games than it used to be. B)

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