Last year, toward the end of the season, the Pats had a pretty damn good triple threat with Moss, Welker and Stallworth. Stallworth obviously struggled in the beginning, but as time moved on he seemed to develop into a much better receiver than he had ever been in his career (and we can give credit for that to Brady/McDaniels). Now that Stallworth is gone (and overpaid by the Browns, I think), I was curious who everyone thinks should be the #3 target. I know this isn't a huge area of concern, but a lot of people are talking on this board about the need to have a second guy who can stretch the field in order to relieve at least some of the pressure that Randy Moss saw on the field last year (especially during the playoffs). So with WR depth being: Randy Moss Wes Welker Jabar Gaffney Chad Jackson Kelley Washington CJ Jones Sam Aiken I was curious who everyone thought should be the number three, or at least who should line up opposite Moss in order to stretch the field, either from the roster now, or maybe a later round selection who could be developed into the type of threat we need to help out Randy. Thoughts?