Found this interesting on espn when I was looking at our history. - Record PF PA 2006: 6-10 267 366 2005: 2-14 260 431 2004: 7- 9 309 339 2003: 5-11 255 380 2002: 4-12 213 356 There are a few points I take from this. 1)Obviously our best season was 04. We had most points for and least points against. 2)Last season we only scored 7 more points than we did the previous season. That isn't the improvement we're looking for. 3)Last season points against us were 65 less than previous year. That is good improvement. Now I don't know the points that are counted for us...that our defense got through pics/fumle recoveries. And I don't know the points against us from int/fumble returns. Also not known is return TD's. It sure looks to me that our offense didn't improve very much as far as points go. And in my mind that is the most important thing...we need more points. Kubiak has said 1) we need to consistently get pressure on the QB by our DLine. and 2) we need playmakers and a consistent run game. Everyone is going to take that how they want to and both have extremely valid arguements of which will indeed make our team better. I just see that scoring only 7 points more than last year is unacceptable. I think our O-line will be better but not great...just incrementally better from getting used to the system and practicing and buying into the system. Dayne had a few great games...but nobody can make an arguement that our Rb's are starters. If AP falls to us..I see the combo of him and Dayne being really good. 1-a more consistent running game 2-control the clock 3-more 1st downs/less 3 and outs 4-better use of the play action pass 5-threat of a big play/run 6-better field position for defense 7-more time for our defense to rest 8-fresher D to stop opponent 9-consiquently better field position for offense if there is anything else yall think of help me out...but i like this plan.