For the past 2 weeks, the New England Patriots have had over 200 rushing yards per game in their victories over Buffalo and Denver. This is a far cry from the 2007 season, where passing was the focus, and the Patriots went undefeated in the regular season behind Tom Brady's 50 touch down passes.
In the above video, ESPN's Ron Jaworski discusses the Patriots current offense, and how it might be more dynamic than in 2007 because of the diversity of the weapons Brady now has available.
Do you think the 2012 offense is better than the 2007 offense? Leave your comments below.