Ben Watson- Not sure exactly what happened, but Mr. Cement Hands has transformed into Mr. Sticky Hands this season. According to many reports, Watson dedicated most of his off season to improving his hands, and has hauled in everything in his direction ever since a week one drop (it was a tough catch.) Ellis Hobbs- This guy has improved every game since his rookie season. He's at the point where he's starting to cover the team's #1, splitting time with Samuel. In addition to being a great pass defender, Hobbs can also hit hard, make big plays, and is obviously a huge kick returning threat. Dan Koppen- Why is it when experts talk about elite centers, they wax about guys like Olin Kreutz, but never mention Koppen in the same sentence. This guy is always solid and very rarely makes mistakes. Stephen Gostkowski- How many times have the Colts allowed kickoff touchdowns during the AV era? Plenty. Gost may never have the accuracy or clutchness of Vinatieri (who does?), but I'll take the 5-10 yards of field position, on average per kick. Anyone else I missed?