The New England Patriots offense started off the season with a great outing against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and followed that up with solid games against the hapless Miami Dolphins and the toothless New York Jets. Since that Jets game, however, the Patriots offense has had just one good performance over a span of seven games- against an awful Washington team.
What’s the problem? There’s been a rotating cast of receivers, the running backs haven’t produced, and the tight end depth is arguably the weakest the Patriots have had since 2001. But there’s a lot of hope that sophomore left tackle Isaiah Wynn, who is returning from the injured reserve, will fix all the offensive woes, starting with a tough game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Will Wynn right the offensive ship? Or is it wrong to entrust the improvement of the entire offensive unit to a second year player with 82 career snaps?
And will the New England defense continue to play at a high level, or will they falter against another great offense?
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