OK, I mentioned this the other day in passing, but the more I think about it, the more I become convinced that this is the way to go. 1) Branch (please, God), Caldwell, Jackson and Brown (with NO D duties this year guaranteed - I'll address this in a sec). This could turn out to be the best 4 WR's (as a unit) in Pats history. 2) Childress and (take your pick of Stone, Henry, etc.) on the PS for injury insurance. 3) 4 TE's - Watson (honorary WR), Graham, Thomas, Mills. Think the production of a 5th WR will be more than replaced by the increased production of this squad this year? 4) The saved spot that would otherwise have gone to a 5th WR would go to Willie Andrews as a KO/Punt return specialist. Let Faulk, Branch, Brown etc. concentrate on their own jobs. I'm convinced that Brown's Offensive effectiveness was limited due to his moonlighting the past two years and that it doesn't help Faulk (who is very underrated in his importance to the team in 3rd down situations) to put himself at more injury (and fumble-itis) risk as a returner - the man is getting older. 5) The last part of the puzzle (where do we cut elsewhere for the 4th TE?) is the toughie. If only we could land a Backup Center who could also handle long snapping, then we could save that Paxton-Specialist spot. I love #66 as much as the next fan, but it would be great if he could bulk up and be a backup Center, or if Hochstein could long snap. Here it comes down to a "lesser of two evils" situation. Do we go with the KO/Punt return specialist who could tremendously help the concentration and focus of the WR crew to do their job and who can also fill in an emergency in the secondary (probably better than Troy Brown at 36) or do we keep Lonie Paxton as a Snapper specialist, who while excellent at that craft, gives no ancillary benefits.