What is most likely to keep us from the AFC Championsip Game? NOT DRAFTING A TOP LINEBACKER? NAAAH! We have Vrabel, Thomas and Woods outside. Woods is as good as Banta-Cain was. We have Bruschi, Thomas and Alexander and will re-sign Seau or another vet. We'll get more help, but not getting it isn't critical. Besides, rookie linebackers take time to develop. NOT DRAFTING A TOP CORNER? NAAAH? We can draft corners in second, third or even the fourth round. We have Hobbs, Bryant, and Richardson with Webster and Sanders fighting for time. We'll get help in the draft, but it doesn't need to be early. I would secure another VETERAN like Shepherd or Law, but a top draftee isn't critical. NOT PROTECTING BRADY BETTER? YUPPP!!!! We didn't think a guard was a top need when we drafted Mankins. We were wrong!!! Having a stud left guard, who hasn't played one snap at tackle in the regular season, was well worth a first rounder. Is gettin Brady better protection on the right side worth a first rounder, a #7? Would that be reaching? The real question is whether we have the need and who the best players are to meet the need. The players must come from the draft. The need, if any, is on the right side. Personally, I am NOT a fan of Neal. I think that Albert would be a major upgrade and would make Kaycur or O'Callahan better. However, if the problem is really at RT, I wouldn't draft Albert unless he is ready to start and be a probowl potential RT (I think not). If the problem is at RT, then draft Otah or another RT. The pros is not where we train guards to play tackle. The reverse happens all the time. College tackles can indeed become pro guards rather easily. Clady at #7 or #8 may be too much too pass up.