Patriots offense gets even better
Adding Brandon Lloyd, improving run game makes Pats even more lethal
We have gotten used to watching Tom Brady dissect defenses and put up huge numbers every year in the New England passing game. The Patriots' aerial attack is part of an offense that is the most cerebral in the NFL -- although New Orleans might disagree. And as good as they have been, New England continued to aggressively add key pieces to their attack this offseason. The Patriots weren't content with a passing offense that accounted for 5,084 yards and completed over 65 percent of passes in 2011. And thus we must ask the question: With their new weapons, can the Pats be better than ever in 2012?
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