Honestly, I think we've got a pretty solid lineup on the offensive side of the ball....the problem last year wasn't a lack of talent, but a lack of execution, with a healthy dose of bad luck thrown in. Early in the season, penalties killed us. Every time the Titans had a big play, it was called back....almost without exception. It got so bad, when the Titans would score, I literally expected to see a flag come out...and I was usually right. Chris Brown was hit especially hard by this; he had at least three or four TD's nullified by O-line penalties before he finally scored one that stood. (He also had a number of 20+ yard runs called back, including two in one game.) And while we're on the subject, Pacman had at least two TD's and a couple more huge returns called back because of penalties; as I recall, he scored at least three or four TD's last year, but only one of them actually counted. McNair threw 11 INT's last year....of those, almost half of them were perfectly thrown balls, but the receiver screwed it up. Bennett caused three INT's by bobbling or misplaying balls, Roydell Williams ran the wrong route on another INT, and lest we forget, Brandon Jones blew out his ACL on a play that resulted in a touchdown INT return for the Niners. (Not that BJones was to blame....it's just crap luck, is all.) This year, my biggest concerns are the unproven members of the O-line, and the ongoing QB saga. But even if those positions offer no better than an average performance, I believe the offense will be much more potent in '06.....hell, they practically sleepwalked through most of the '05 season, and still ended up the middle of the pack, statistically speaking. I think a lot of people are going to be very surprised.