The Most Obvious Weakness of Every NFL Offense

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The Most Obvious Weakness of Every NFL Offense
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The 2011 season is three-quarters done. There are no more surprises. What you see is what really is. The best are there for a reason, and the ineffective and the unlucky have to pay the price. When you get this deep into the season, the reasons for a team’s performance may be many, but there are always one or two that bring about a host of problems.

Funny thing about the NFL, though. The teams with the best records right now seem to have quarterbacks playing at their best or near-best.

Teams in the middle and below seem to have quarterbacks who are either replacing starters or are rookies.

In this rundown of the offensive weakness of every NFL team, you’ll get a quick answer insight into why and maybe a little idea of what to do about it, if there is anything that needs to be done.

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