"We have speed," Zorn said. "Santana, I'm just hoping he's ready to go deep, to break routes off and catch a lot of footballs. He's a tremendous talent. ... In this particular offense, you've got to have a great inside receiver. Antwaan (tapping his head like a no-brainer), I'm just hoping that he really excels. You've got to have a great tight end to be able to become balanced. (Tight end) Chris Cooley is in the Pro Bowl."...
"If you have a running back that can come out of the backfield, he has to be able to get himself open," Zorn said. "The quarterback has to be able to look downfield and throw the ball to the running back, not sitting there waiting. If you have all those elements in place, it's very tough defensively."
"Santana Moss, oh my." He attacked that ball. There simply aren't a lot of players in the NFL who can do that and yet, for whatever reason, we haven't been able to get Moss as involved in the offense as he was in '05. Then: 1,483 yards, 17.7 YPC, 9 touchdowns. Since: 1598 yards, 13.7 YPC, 9 touchdowns. Todd Yoder knows what time it is:
"The ball comes out quick," Blache said. "The quarterback takes five steps and the ball's coming out. It's really a tough offense (to defend) and then you add the dimension of the running game. I see it being a very successful offense."