Over the last six quarters, the pass offense has really struggled. QB Brett Favre had his lowest ranking of the season last week according to Football Outsiders.
The main problem last week was that Washington has one of the best pass defenses in the NFL. The week before, a combination of conversative play calling and better play by Chicago stopped the pass offense that had destroyed Chicago in the first half, fumbles excluded. I'm wondering if the last six quarters is a sign of more bad offense to come, or it is too early to tell? If the pass offense continues to struggle against Denver, who is struggling to stop any pass offense despite the presence of two Pro Bowl cornerbacks, then it will be time to take a close look and see what can be done to fix the pass offense in 2007.