Interesting read from Doug Farrar at Yahoo.com on the complexity of the modern passing game and the challenges that it presents for receivers, with particular attention to the Patriots: Option routes, and why they drive some receivers crazy | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports It's a detailed piece, and worth reading. It certainly raises some issues about the importance of finding WRs who have exceptional "processing speed" and the ability to make adaptations on the fly. Given the failure of guys like Chad Jackson, Joey Galloway and Chad Ochocinco and the success of guys like Welker, Branch, Moss, Gaffney (and Lloyd looking promising so far, though it's early), it certainly raises some thoughts for the kind of receivers the Pats should be targeting. I'm not sure how to identify all of those guys, but I would start by staying away from guys who don't come out of a pro system and who don't have a really good grasp of the basic route tree to start - guys like the Georgia Tech WRs come to mind. Though it's interesting that Josh McDaniels drafted Demaryius Moore in the 1st round in 2010.