We’ve seen Tom Brady with and without a complete arsenal. He’s done it with ultra talent like Randy Moss, and he’s made it work with the likes of Reche Caldwell. Brady is the ultimate adjuster, making the most of what he has.
If it’s top shelf as in 2007, they put up major numbers. However, if the offense is unbalanced, Brady cuts the field and gets the ball out quick. In 2012, Brady may have the most balanced cast as of yet, and it may not win a Super Bowl, but it will be fun to watch.
The New England offense evolves, and its evolution has hit full tilt. Brady has never had the inside to outside the hash marks targets he has now.
Granted Randy Moss was a superlative talent, and in no way Brandon Lloyd can compare to Moss's skill set in his heyday, but Lloyd can be a 1,000 yard receiver and the big play threat they have been looking for.
He’s had an inconsistent career, with only one stellar year (2010). It must be noted he was traded to St Louis is 2011, and despite the Rams la...