I've been thinking a lot about these three no.1s and the possibility that we use them all. Looking down the road for a moment, in 2011 the Patriots will have three thirty four year olds that I would consider marquee players, those being Tom Brady, Randy Moss and Adalius Thomas. With the possibility of a rookie cap coming into being in 2011 its the perfect time to be looking to bring in the next generation and develop them. I think next years draft will be the richest one for some time with a lot of younger players leaving college early to try and get a better deal than what might be available in 2011. I'm not that well up on what an uncapped year would mean for next year's draft. And I'm just wondering if others think that its time to start looking seriously at signing top notch draft picks with Thomas, Moss and most of all Brady closing in on their mid thirties. If an uncapped year next year means being able to spend more on rookies should they deal a no.1 pick in 2011 for something in next year's draft? Or should they hold onto them for 2011 and take advantage of an almost certain rookie salary cap? And do you think the Patriots need to be serously looking finding the replacements for those three players right now?