Try to sell me on this guy. In my mind this oft-injured TE, is actually an H-back.This puts him in direct competition with 2 guys: Kevin Faulk as the 3rd down back and Ben Watson as the Hybrid TE/HB. Now, you're going to say we always go with 4 TE's for our 2 TE sets. Why? I'm contending that with the new WR's, the offensive philosophy has changed. I don't think we're going with 2 TE's now, but rather 1 TE (Brady) and Watson as the H-back, both out of the backfield and in motion along the line of scrimmage. You run the power formation with Dillon at RB, but you don't need to with Maroney. The blocking scheme is changing and we will see more 3 wide formations. So, fill me in...if this guy can't be productive on ST's...where does he fit in?