Okay, so it's not really any incredible observation but I noticed today Deion Branch had no catches. I think he's been shut out in a couple other games this season and has had quite a few games with anywhere from 1-3 catches and really minimal impact on the offensive game plan. We all know the enigma that Ocho has been all season. One would hope that after another successful Super Bowl run (thinking positive here) the Pats will look at this position. It appears we have a good group of RBs with Ridley and Vereen complimenting Woodhead and perhaps BJGE (if he returns). Our TE position looks stacked, so offensively, other than continuing to draft for OL depth, our primary need appears to be WR. Edleman gives you a little WR insurance here because he has shown occasional flashes of being a Welker-lite but let's be candid, we need more production from our traditional WRs (I consider Welker a slot receiver although he's clearly our best receiver which is why he starts.) I think our TEs and Welker's performances helped to conceal how thin we are at WR. Arguably, we are as thin, or thinner at WR than we are at Safety/Cornerback/Defensive back. Any thoughts here? I wouldn't anticipate getting flamed too badly on this observation but we'll see. Oh, and as far as I'm concerned, Bill O'Brien calls a lousy game every week and #12 is the reason our team is in the playoffs. Good luck at PSU Bill - steer clear of the showers!!!