The Patriots are 4-0 but not without some concerns as the calendar turns to October. The offense is coming off one of the worst performances of the Tom Brady era and is searching for some answers after putting just 9 points on the board in Buffalo.
The offense and its struggles are on the minds of many Patriots fans and ESPN.com looks at how the unit is searching for an identity. The Boston Globe wonders if it’s time for Tom Brady to return to his youth and become a game manager once again. WEEI.com says Brady is looking for more from his fellow offensive veterans.
The group appears ready to move on and take on the Washington Redskins however.
The Boston Globe looks at some other items of interest around the league. ESPN.com writes about the fatal flaws for the top teams that were evident in Week 4.
In Washington, coach Jay Gruden is still unsure on the identity of his starting quarterback for Sunday’s visit from the Patriots according to the Washington Post. Gruden drew some heat for playing rookie Dwayne Haskins against the Giants. Gruden’s job is on the line in Washington, and nothing his team has done in the first month has helped his cause.