In previous years (2001-2004), the Patriots had the depth on the team to overcome any injury that was thrown their way. However, it would seem that hasn't been the case recently. Particularly at linebacker. In 2006, Seau going down cost the Patriots dearly and it was certainly a contributing factor to them not being able to beat the Colts in the AFCCG. In 2007, depth at Linebacker was a factor after Colvin went down. In 2005 and 2006, depth at RB was also an issue. Other than linebacker and quarterback, what position do you think that lack of depth could cost the Patriots dearly. OT - If Light were to go down, I have no faith that Kaczur could move over and be effective. I also don't believe that Britt or O'Callaghan could step in there. OG - Hochstein is acceptable, but I think the Pats could get an upgrade over Yates. Yates just doesn't seem to have a mean streak in him. And the loss of Neal during the SB was definitely felt. NT - There really isn't a true back-up to Wilfork. Mike Wright and LeKevan Smith are both better at 3-4 DE. Santonio Thomas still hasn't earned a spot on the roster out of training camp and he's out of options. CB - I think that, with an effective pass rush, a combination of Sanders Webster and Richardson could hold their own. Without an effective pass rush, the Pats are screwed.