This is probably a stupid question, but whatevah. With all of the (legitimate) moaning about the thin ranks of the Pats WR this year, especially playing 5 and 6 guys like Aiken at the 3 and 4 spots, why couldn't they just have Galloway line up wide every play and sprint down the field? Maybe do a double move now and then or run an in-cut, but basically just keep it really simple for the guy, let him use his speed, and allow Brady to know where he'd be every play so there'd be none of the "getting on the same page" stuff. I mean, if the guy can out-run every CB in the league, why not let him do his thing and occasionally draw a safety down the field and toss one up to him now and then? Unless he was a total dick in the locker room or he really lost his burst, I don't get why they would not try to work with him to his strengths, especially when there was no Gaffney or Stallworth sitting around waiting to play. It feels like they gave up on him too early.