Last weeks loss has been incredibly tough to take. I just don't see any possible way to make excuses for the lack of offense. In the past we said "well Andy needs a second receiver, or Andy needs a better running game." Enough already. He has more talent around him than 30 other teams in the league. Does Jay Gruden call a vanilla game? Yes, but isn't that due to Andy's lack of arm strength? So, here is my thought. I do not want a quarterback controversy. Andy has his moments and in 3 years has done just enough to keep his job. But why can't we utilize all the skill players? Andy has been compared to Chad Pennington. A very accurate comparison in my book. Some of Penningtons best and most productive years came in Miami when they took the league by storm with a crazy new offense called the wildcat. Even the Hall of Famer Bill Belichick toyed with this style offense. Answer me this. Why did we keep Josh Johnson? Wasn't it his ability to improvise? His running ability? Why don't we throw in a option run/pass package with 2 TE's, 2 RB's, 1 WR and Josh Johnson at QB? 1st down run. 2nd down run. 3rd down screen pass....etc. The offense is too vanilla right now and too easy to defend. Don't we want the defense on their heels? Have they been? I actually feel like our offense has been on its heels. Its time to use the talent on this team in every way possible. How bad do you want to hear Chris Berman say "How do you defend the Bengals and this new Jungle Cat offense?" If I remember correctly, Pennington handled this new offense like a pro. Looking for ways to win a football game, not pad his stats. I think Andy is a good enough teammate and pro to take the sideline a couple possessions per game. What do we have to lose isn't the question. What do we have to win is.