The good: -Tom f'ing Brady is our QB -OL looks to be good, if not great. Continuity and solid pieces at every position. Monsters at tackle. -We have studs at RB with Vereen and Ridley The bad: -A completely new cast of WRs. The ugly: -Best case scenario is Gronk is at 80% at week 1. In all likelyhood he doesn't play the first three weeks and isn't 100% until week 7. -Best case scenario Hernandez misses the first couple weeks of the season. Would not be surprising if he misses the entire season. -Mike Jenkins could be starting for us We're not scoring 30 PPG this year. I thought losing Welker would be fine because we had Gronk and Hernandez, maybe even with missing Gronk for a couple games to start the year. But losing all three? Potentially only having Gronk for half a season and zero Hernandez? Our running game is better than 2006 as is our OL. But our defense is not nearly as good as it was that year and our receivers are barely better, if at all. 24 PPG? 27 PPG? Top 5 still? Top 10? Top 16?