Several players on offense were asked about the two most recent preseason performances, which have left something to be desired in terms of production. Langston Walker was asked if he sees the offense regressing since the preseason began. Here was his answer.
“I don’t think it’s regressing per se,” Walker said. “This is the preseason and this is a time when you work on your kinks and this offense is still evolving. I don’t think at least in this building anybody is particularly worried about it. We’re all working toward our first regular season game which is New England.”
One thing I believe Walker is dead right about is that the offense is evolving, simply because of all the changes personnel-wise. You’ve got five men manning new positions up front, three of whom are new to the team and two of them are new to the league. And you’ve had one series out of 15 with Owens on the field.
I’m not saying I’m thrilled with how the offense has looked either, but I’m willing to wait until the games start counting before passing judgment.
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