Since the vast majority of you seem to think talking cameragate is somehow worthwhile or "fun" or something - to the point of pretty much EVERY thread being on that topic, you miserable SOBs - I thought I'd throw out, ya know, FOOTBALL TALK. So.... One of the biggest factors heading into any season is the health of a team's biggest playmakers. Last year, two of the Patriots most important, most impactful players came into the season with injuries that lingered for much, if not all, of the slate of games. AFAIK, Laurence Maroney and Richard Seymour are healthier now than they've been in at least a year. We saw what Maroney could do when healthy and given the bulk of the load, and it brought great balance to an already powerful offense. Richard Seymour had a(nother) sub-par season, still a very solid DL, but far lower an impact than an all-pro DL should have. I expect a bounce-back season from him now that he's healthy. If these two players can make their way back to their full potential, the ripple effect on both sides of the ball will be obvious, tangible and important. Thoughts?