Spreading the offense - will it work for other NFL teams?
Belichick and McDaniels do this for the Patriots and they win games. Does this kind of offense need a good quarterback or an average one can still win games?
It depends on the personnel that you have. However, I do think that part of what makes the Patriots so good on offense, is the unsung heroes, the offensive line. If they don't protect Brady, their offense is ineffective. I do think that it could work for other teams too, though.
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