Shape up gang. Antidepressant sales have plummeted in NE in just 24 hours. We are killing the economy. 1. Our OLB's can't set the edge or rush the passer. 2. Once again, we've lost our best DE and we won't be able to set the edge or stop the run. 3. Mayo isn't the player he was before the injury. He's just average now, and Spikes is a rookie that can't play the pass, and Guyton can't play the run. 4. We've lost our best CB and one of the safeties that started multiple games last year to injury, and are replacing them with a rookie and second year player. We can't possibly stop the pass. 5. The OL was average at best before losing Mankins and now will be below average. 6. We can't run the ball with a poor OL and a bunch of mediocre, old RB's. 7. Welker is coming back too soon and won't be nearly as effective. 8. Crumpler is fat and slow. 9. Brady is over the hill and still scared from the knee injury. Plus, his reactions clearly have dimmed as he showed by getting into a car accident. 10. BB is past his prime and our schemes are too out of date to be competitive. The defense is too conservative and soft, and the offense is too unimaginative (Brady to Welker, over and over again).