I reviewed the play of the Pats O-line in the third and fourth quarters, to see what the play of the others beside the starters looked like. Kaczur did not play. Britt was at LOT, Yates at LOG, Hochstein played Center until Stevenson and eventually Barthelmes got some snaps. Mrucz played ROG and Hand played ROT. This was somewhat surprising since I had seen Mrucz at LOG, and Yates at ROG in earlier games. I guess the coaches wanted to evaluate them on the opposite sides. All of Cobbs runs, except his big one came over the blocking of Britt and Yates. Barthelmes and Stevenson didn't do much but weren't overwhelmed either. Mostly it was stalemate with these guys. OTOH, Britt and to a lesser extent Yates and Mrucz got movement on their blocks and played the game on the defenses side of the LOS. Hand looks raw but he has some power. Off the play review, I would say Britt is the swing LOT; Yates may be slightly ahead of Mrucz at guard,but its close. I would think off this second half, that Britt is the #4 tackle (and a near starting talent, and swings at both LOT and ROT. Kaczur is a ?? Koppens and Hochstein are the third and fourth interior linemen, after Mankins ands Neal. And then Yates and/or Mrucz fill out the Oline depending on whether the Patriots carry nine or ten Offensive linemen on the 53. Regarding the PS, Hand looks best, then Stevenson, and finally Barthelmes. But I wasn't really impressed with any of them. If Steitz played, I didn't notice him.