Who is going to do it? If we want a KR to be a real weapon there are only 3 logical choices: o Maroney -- He was among the best in the league last year as I recall. The downside is more exposure to injury compounded by our uncertain RB depth. o Hobbs -- He showed last year that he has got skills. The downside is the same as above though mitigated somewhat if Samuels comes back. o Faulk -- In his younger years at least, he was among the best. The downsd is that an injury removes our best 3rd down weapon and our best RB depth. o Welker -- Has been nothing but average in this part of the game. So, the other choice is to play it safe and not look for a big splash from the KR game. That means that Willie Andrews has just found a new role... unspectacular but a safe bet to get a return out around the 25 yard line and not fumble. Do the Pats risk injury to an important player in return for better field position or do they just go the safe route? I can't decide, can you?