The more I think about the team this off-season, the more I can't help but think that a healthy Joey Galloway could be the hidden key to another dominant offense and (hopefully) Super Bowl championship. His acquisition is kind of glossed over based on his age and the fact he was injured in '08, but if he is healthy and is a legit threat opposite Moss for 16+ games, this offense will average at least 35 ppg. Period. That will win you just about every game on your schedule. I know a lot of folks are rightfully sweating the OLB spot, depth at ILB, will someone in the secondary step up, etc., and all of these are legit questions about the team, but the fact is even if no one is the answer at OLB and the Pats struggle at one of the corner spots, that's still a legit Super Bowl winning defense. (Remember, the Giants only scored 17 points.) But I truly believe a healthy Galloway can have 2x the offensive impact that Stallworth had in '07, he really is that much better of a player than Donte. Now, obviously TB, Moss & company need to stay healthy too, but Galloway is the under-the-radar guy that can make this offense into something truly special and hopefully bring the Lombardi back where it belongs.