It seems pretty apparent that the secondary is horrid right now. It doesn't seem like it's going to get better without serious personnel additions at cost. But I see another issue: if the opposing defense can pull off an amoeba defense, flood the middle of the field with defensive backs and get to Brady on coverage sacks, we cannot win. Period. We are the Colts now. Our defense is bad enough that our offense needs to put up 28 points a game, minimum, to survive. But we have no deep threat to blow the top off of the opposing defense (the Steelers made this point in post-game comments), so there's no penalty to them for flooding the middle. Which means against any top tier defense that goes the Rex Ryan route (flooding the middle), we will never put up enough points to win. Most teams can't pull this off because it's too difficult to cover Welker in the slot or BJGE is good enough to force them to respect the run. But we can't score enough on the teams that can without a deep threat to loosen the coverage. We'll be one and done again. Sound like any other team you know of? I say we dump 85 (he's useless anywhere on the field), pick up a deep threat (either trade for $$$ and picks, or pick up TO). If our offense is being tasked with carrying this team and we have to rebuild the entire secondary to not make that the case, we need to give it the best chance of doing so.