I realize that some people are skeptical (although the Flanigan signing is turning that around), but I'm thinking right now that the off-season on the offensive side of ball has been pretty good. 1. The offensive line should be improved more than just Flanigan based on the fact that McKinney should be a better guard than center and Pitts will be an improvement at tackle simply because he's spending a second consecutive season there and Victor Riley is stuffing his face on a couch rather than getting his doors blown off. Wiegert is decent at right guard and Wade was solid in Miami, so maybe they can find a way to make him decent here. When you have five decent linemen you should have a decent line. 2. The signings of Cook and Petzier give this team a more dynamic offensive attack. When it's third and four or five you have two additional weapons you can put in there and get the first down. A lot of people have been knocking the Cook signing, but having a full back that can catch 30-40 balls simply gives you more options offensively. The same is true when your tight end can do that too. 3. The money for Kevin Walter does seem excessive, but look at what Bradford got from Detroit? We know Bradford sucks while Walter has been stuck as the number four reciever on a great reciever core. No, Walter won't be a number two guy on a good team, but if you put him in the slot on third and short (or the goal line) you get yet another option. When you consider Putzier, Cook, and Walter on third and short you will see an offense that will be more efficient on those plays. When you convert more third downs you stay on the field and score more points. You also keep your defense off the field. Yes, there is still work to be done. We need a second reciever and a right tackle would be nice to have, but bringing in a Bush would make this offense that much more dynamic. If this team can sign Sam Cowart I think they will have had a very solid off-season. I agree that the Rosenfels signing is very questionable as I would rather see that money go to a safety, but I think they've done well so far.