What I mean by this is that Brady/Moss/Welker are elite talents, but that they shouldn't be fantasy football stat monsters like they've been since the receivers have joined the team. The biggest problem that hinders this team is its over-reliance on its 'stars' to out-execute, week in and week out. Right now this team can't manufacture a win if, for example, Welker gets stopped. This suggests an insistence on doing the same things (which can be stopped by a good D-coordinator), rather than playing a chameleon style offense where even our star players would have (intentionally) mediocre or non-flashy fantasy stats for some weeks. The talent on offense is great, but what we are doing now is trying to win every single time the same way, and if that way doesn't work then we lose. Nobody is suggesting we don't need Brady, Moss, or Welker. The more elite talent we can get, all the better. What I mean is, this team should be able to win sometimes when Brady throws under 25 times, or Moss/Welker get less than 5 catches. Win the game pounding the ball some weeks, or where the tight ends are used, and where the passing guys aren't putting up crazy passing/receiving fantasy stats. Stop trying to force success through the spread offense, and where you lose the game if you can't do it that one way. Trying to force success doing it one way is Mike Martz'ish. When Brady, Moss, and Welker drop in value as fantasy football studs (but still remain elite real-life players), that is when you know this team can handle any kind of opponent, and is also keeping a defense on its toes through deception and unpredictability.