I have read from multiple sources across the country that a good reason why the Pats have not pursued malcontents like Brandon Marshall,Santonio Holmes and a few others in FA is not because Kraft is cheap and not because BB thinks they would be a bad fit,but more so because the brass realizes that the team is void of a leadership in the locker room and team chemistry is lacking as well and having malcontents in OUR OWN locker room like AD didn't help either. I do think they have something there....Lets go back to a few years ago when we took a chance on guys like Corey Dillon and Randy Moss and others who we took with baggage,at that time the team had some true veterans who have been involved in championship runs and there was alot of leadership and chemistry throughout the team. In those times I think BB had true faith that these malcontents would be educated into the Patriots way and the T-E-A-M mentality with those veterans who he had faith in could change them into great additions and in the case of Dillon and Moss it sure resulted in success. I really think that it is possible that he passed on guys like Marshall and Holmes especially in an uncapped season and for low draft trades because of that lack of leadership and chemistry that once filled this locker room not long ago. Do you think if you set this team back a few years ago and back to those mid decade years of glory that we would have taken chances on malcontents and troubled players like Marshall and Holmes ect? Some say the Jets and Dolphins owners and F.O.s of both feel that they have that same exact aura of leaders and chemistry in thier respective locker rooms to take a chance on those guys.....which once was the way it was here in NE not too long ago. What is your take on this?