4 Ways Bill Belichick Can Spark New England Patriots' Offense

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4 Ways Bill Belichick Can Spark New England Patriots' Offense
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The Brady-Welker hookup is back

The New England Patriots are not exactly where they thought they would be a quarter of the way through the 2012 NFL season.

Belichick and Co. are happy to be at the top of the AFC East, a position they have become very accustomed to over the past decade. But in reality, the Patriots are a 4-0-caliber team stuck with a 2-2 record.

Excitement over a revamped defensive unit has subsided during the past couple weeks.

The secondary has looked just as vulnerable as last season's.They rank 25th in opponent passing yards per game at 281.5 and have succumbed three-straight 300-plus passing yard games, none more discouraging than Joe Flacco's 382 yards and three touchdowns in Week 3. 

For that reason, the offense needs to be in full gear through all four quarters of the game. 

Here are four ways Coach Belichick can continue facilitating the potent offense led by Tom Brady.

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