There's been discussion of the Patriots having weak play this year at the offensive tackle position. True. Matt Light's having an off-year. But the guy's a very good competitor; we can expect him to show up and play his tail off. Remember the match up a couple of years ago against the Colts, when he shut down their edge rusher? Never count Matt Light out. (No pun intended.) Kaczur, however, gives me a slight case of the willies. I think speed can get by him too often. In a game where we can't afford to flub up on even a couple of plays because of breakdowns of pass protection, Nick Kaczur's play sometimes leaves something to be desired. I'm envisioning his prostrate body after ineffectually lunging after a speed rusher who got him off balance. San Diego has players that pose precisely the sort of problem I'm talking about with the speed guys off the edge. Speed kills Kaczur. I'm hoping they play Ryan O'Callaghan a lot, who I think has played better this year when healthy. I think the now-healthy rookie has better fundamentals and can get the job done on a more consistent basis. Bring on the California boy! Kaczur breaks down a play or two on some games--as he did late in the season when they played him more--and we think he'll do that today. I hope Dante, the line coach, puts the best players out there on the field.