I just wanted to throw this out there because I've seen alot of people saying we shouldnt care about our bad defnese and we should just pile up points and make it a shoot out and hope for the best. This idea looks good on paper but it is inherently flawed when you look at the balance of the league vs our team. when you play a no holds barred, outscore the other team phillosophy you can usually be successfull if both yours and the the other teams defense is equatible, even if your both lousy. basicly nobody can stop anyone and you just race to see how many TD's/FG's you can put up or you try to get a TD when the other team settles for a FG. but when your defense is SO bad that your offense is only on the field half as much or less than the other team and they score on 65% to 75% of thier drives, the math just isnt in our favor. they use up the clock with a balanced attack and since they can convert on 3rd down they keep going down the field. then we take our 1/3 of the game and only score on 30% to 40% of our drives and we have no chance to catch up. even if we scored on all of our drives we would have a tough time. I'm not saying our offense is so perfect we dont need to improve. we need to improve as far as 3rd down coversions and penalties that kill a drive. but if we cant stop anyone on 3rd down they will ALLWAYS outscore us. so I'm hoping we get a defense or our offensive progress wont mean a thing.