who the Pats should draft. In the AFC Championship game, their defense gave up 38 points, 32 in a single HALF. Their offense was good enough to put up 27 points and the defense got 7 for them as well. So, where is the bigger issue? On OFFENSE where people claim the Pats need a BIG TIME WR (people have been saying that since 2001 and I have yet to see one on this team)? Or on DEFENSE, where our LBs are all 30+ except for Mays, Woods, and Alexander? Where our cornerbacks and safeties have a hard time staying healthy because of the physical game that the team plays? Is there a possibility for the Pats to meet the needs on the offense and defense? Yes, but reality says that the chance is pretty remote. The Pats need a serious influx of younger talent on defense at LB, CB and Safety. Part of that "influx" could be handled by moving Eugene Wilson from Free Safety to #2 corner and drafting a free safety to learn from Hawkins and Harrison. Maybe Wilson will stop being so gunshy if he's just hitting on receivers, primarily. But that still leaves Free Safety, Strong Safety (for behind Sanders) and Linebacker. I wouldn't be surprised at all to see BB use 3 of the 4 top picks on the defensive side of the ball with the one offensive pick being either an OT or a RB like Brian Leonard.