Several weeks ago I posted a thread stating that Edelman should be cut (since we could at least use another roster spot rather than having a completely useless player out there.) Lots of you replied that I was overreacting to a loss, that loss wasn't Edelman's fault, etc., and you laughed at me for even stating that thread. I had argued, not that Edelman was instrumental in the loss to Buffalo, but that I had officially seen enough to be convinced this guy is a liability and not worth keeping for his ST play. So, I'm wondering if anyone would reconsider their opinion right now. Edelman has been with the team for three seasons, and he peaked in his second game in 2009, when he had over 100 yards against the Jets. Everyone was very excited about him, and the last three years have been spent deluding ourselves into thinking he could be a great backup for Welker. Initially he seemed to be a great project who would ultimately bloom into an NFL wide receiver. Edelman has definitely lost a step. He is not even a fast punt returner, and his acceleration is no longer marveled about. In addition, he seems to make poor decisions on where to return punts very frequently. In the offense, his addition is completely worthless. He isn't even a good gadget guy in the mold of Brad Smith or Anwan Randel-El. He has Ben Watson syndrome, where nearly every pass seems to hit his hands but not get caught, yet it never seems like his fault. I get frustrated watching the Pats lose like everyone else, and we all have scapegoats in our heads... but the problem with Edelman is he will never be good. It's time to get someone out there that can be a decent kickoff/ punt returner, and it's time to give Taylor Price a shot, as soon as he is health. Meanwhile, Chad Ochocinco is no longer worthy of discussion because it is so obvious he should not have come into this offense.