I've never written a bad thing about Michael Felger. I've always liked him. Some of you have posted that he goes more and more negative just to ruffle feathers. I never disagreed with that. I never agreed. I just bit my lip. Man, I TOTALLY AGREE with that now. I have been watching closely, and he just doesn't shut up with the negativity. The thing that set me off was when the other night on FSN he rambled about how this Patriots team has no depth, and in past years they had much more, and on and on. He's a freakin' idiot. I've seen it in print now too, and he uses the linebackers as the example of why the whole team has less depth than years past. Bull crap!!! The linebackers may have less depth, but then, they may have the same number of players as years past, so lets see if any of this young talent (Alexander, Beisel, Roach, etc.) bursts onto the scene. Moreover, this offensive line is the deepest this team has had in years. The defensive line is the best in the NFL, or at least one of the best and deepest. I bet alot of teams would love to have a TE trio of Graham, Watson, and Thomas. I'm sure having a first round pick backing up Dillion is a bad thing? We have TWO kickers kicking well in camp. We have TWO long snappers, and not just the one we normally had. There seem to be many, many able DBs out there, and we can now add Rodney Harrison to that group. The WR situation isn't good until Branch gets back, but if he does, and Jackson and Caldwell perform, might Felger say something positive??? We'll see. In summary, while the team doesn't have depth everywhere, or at least not yet, I think their OLine, DLine, RBs, and TEs, AT LEAST are deeper than teams of the recent pass, and I'd love somebody to prove that not to be true. Felger, get back to what you were. You're turning negative, or stupid, or both.