The New England Patriots have plenty of work to do with their offense before they show they can contend for another Super Bowl berth.
Chances are they'll do it.
With just one of their four exhibition games remaining, the Patriots (No. 2 in the AP Pro32) haven't moved the ball consistently while shifting players around in the offensive line and dividing playing time among receivers, several of them not likely to make the team.
Still, coach Bill Belichick wasn't happy after Friday night's 30-28 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (No. 26) in which Tom Brady threw an interception for a touchdown and was sacked twice.
''We didn't do anything offensively except lose yardage and turn the ball over. It was tough to watch any of what we did offensively,'' Belichick said.
The Patriots added talent and depth to their already potent passing attack in the offseason by signing wide receivers Brandon Lloyd, Donte' Stallworth and Jabar Gaffney. They already had Wes Welker, Deion Branch, Rob Gron...