I completely agree that D is the bigger problem, but I’m not 100% sold on the O yet either, until I see us demonstrate the ability to throw the ball a bit. One nice pass, to my recollection, so far – the TD to Gaul. The running game is impressive, but I think UNH found a formula: pack the box, force downfield throws.
After all the talk about the tight race in camp, I’m reminded of what NFL commentators would say about RBs. “If you’ve got 2 starting RBs, that means you don’t have one”. I hope I’m wrong, but I’m concerned that could be our QB scenario.