Sorry, I needed some hyperbole on par with Michael's to grab the viewer's attention. Some of this is just dumb: Patriots Are Bitten by Reliance on Tight Ends No, Mike, actually we already transitioned. Remember us playing a certain game this past February for a certain trophy. Yeah, that was our 2 tight end offense that got us there. I love Hernandez, and agree that he is our most dangerous offensive weapon. But to declare him our single best player on a team with Gronkowski, Welker, Brady & Wilfork...yeah, I don't know about that. Not to mention, he's only going to be out about a month at this point. This isn't Brady losing his ACL in 2008. Was this quote taken last January? I agree we don't have any depth at outside receiver, but Lloyd is on pace for 104 catches and over 1000 yards. What's wrong with that? The offense was productive in its first game and not in its second. In either case, Brady's case was fine in both games, it was more an issue of protection and receiving. Lombardi fails to mention the one thing that actually is a problem at the moment: the offensive line. Either way, I really hope the offense goes out and puts up 30 against Baltimore Sunday night just to shut this stuff up. If Brady and his guys can connect on a couple of these deep balls, the production will look a lot different. I expect to see more Welker this Sunday, less experimentation, and more production.