The Steelers Superbowl WR core seems similar to the Patriots situation. You got the #1 go to guy in Hines ward/Wes Welker You got the familar WR returning as depth in Randel El/Branch. (Except Branch became the #2 where he shouldnt belong) You got the 2nd year "deep threat" WR in Tate/Wallace. Difference being Wallace is not a question mark. Then you have the two young WRs with potential in Edelman/Price and Sanders/Brown. If one of Sanders or Brown becomes good the Steelers will have one of the best (and deepest) WR cores in the league. So this made me think, is there even room for a pricy FA on the team? One of the pats young WRs would probably have to be cut. Does anyone think the Pats should just let what they have battle it out for WR spot opposite of Welker like the Steelers did? All they need is one of Tate/Price/Edelman to establish themselves and you got a good trio of WRs with Branch being a good #3. If third year Tate and Edelman, along with 2nd year Price cant become a solid #2 WR, then the pats should stop drafting wideouts.