1. Tom Brady - Perhaps the greatest QB of all time, regardless of Era. 2. Danny Woodhead - I say him and not Law Firm because he adds that extra threat out of the backfield that demands attention. He is extremely fast, elusive and dangerous in space. Not only that but he is great at draws, screens, coming off the edge and receiving balls out of the backfield. Like having Kevin Faulk, but closer to Marshall Faulk, because of his more dynamic and more dangerous running ability. Allows BenJarvus Green-Ellis to be even more effective than what he has already become and takes alot of attention away from receivers with peaking defender's eyes in the backfield 3. Rob Gronkowski - Yes, both Tight Ends are of ours are dynamic but I believe that Rob Gronkowski has really separated himself from other top Tight Ends in this league. With the size, speed, hands, ability to separate, as well as breaking tackles .. oh and by the way, he can block makes him about as dangerous if not more than Antonio Gates. And I say that because not only do defenses not have an answer for him, but he elevates Hernandez's game as well. He simply changes the game and the way his opponents have to adjust, and reminds me alot of Mark Bavaro. My projection of the next perrennial probowl TE in the NFL along with Witten, Gates, Clark and Gonzalez. 4. Logan Mankins and Brian Waters - Logan Mankins is the best Offensive Guard in football and does a great job of anchoring that line but I think that Brian Waters can still do close to the same as a savvy Vet. Extremely solid pick up and because of those two, makes for one of the most effective O-Lines in the NFL 5. Wes Welker - Simply too much to handle. He is too quick, too smart, too tough and has very good hands. A definite top playmaker at his position in the NFL who demands attention all the time. The greatest "Slot" receiver ever, putting Brandon Stokley to shame. Free's up alot of space taking alot of attention Deion Branch, Danny Woodhead, Chad Ochocinco and the Tight Ends. 6. Vince Wilfork - Impact player who is simply the best around not name Haloti Ngata. Defenitely one of the most athletic, and dynamic defensive tackles around in years. 7. Albert Haynesworth - As he gets settled back into football, and into a healthy season I believe you can only keep a player like this down but for so long. With new motivation and drive, you have to believe that eventually, the giant will awaken and create some issues along with Wilfork for Offensive Lines. His presence and play should free up alot of space for the Linebackers, Mayo and company to roam. Not only that but his potential play and presence can also cover the secondary, and improve pass rush as well. He will be main engine to making the Andre Carter, Mark Anderson and Shaun Ellis rotation work by wearing OLineman down, taking up double teams, freeing up space and making it easier to come off the edge for those defensive ends. 8. Jerod Mayo - Playmaker, and not much more to be said 9. Devin McCourty - Still do not believe a rookie season like last year was not a fluke. Extremely gifted athlete who can make all the plays and sometimes can fall victim to trying to maintain everyone else around him playing at a high level. And still manages to impact a game in one way or another. 10. Patrick Chung - Even though alot is still remained to be seen, he is still observed as an ultra-aggresive player who can blitz as well as anyone at his position, and is steadily improving in coverage. Wants to be a playmaker, can be, will be and is becoming a playmaker and a sure tackler. Like an extra Linebacker when he's in the box who will I think become an all around good safety. Has all the tools neccessary to develop into a very good and consistent cover guy like Rodney Harrison and Lawyer Milloy. And they started out the same way he did.