With Gorin gone and Seau signed, things are becoming more clear. QB (2) Brady, Cassel RB (4) Dillon, Moroney, Faulk, Evans WR (5) Branch, Jackson, Caldwell, Brown, Childress << I've had the same 5 since draft day TE (4) Graham, Watson, Thomas, Mills << and they'll all see the field... and at the same time OT (3) Light, Kaczur, O'Callaghan OG (3) Mankins, Neal, Sullivan OC (2) Koppen, Hochstein That's only 23 on O, but it's a real solid 23 top to bottom with zero fat. I dont think anything more to be wished for, including at #2 QB, #3 OT, #5 WR... simply outstanding unit: quality, depth, character and youth. This is easily the best O we've seen from the Pats since Bledsoe, Martin, Coates, Armstrong and Glenn. Even the prospect of our (potential) WR corp leaves me feeling optimistic (must sign Branch!). Evans vs. Cobbs vs. Pass is the only real controversy. NT (3) Wilfork, Sullivan, Smith << tough call: Klecko or Smith? DE (4) Seymour, Warren, Green, Wright << I cut Hill to keep Sullivan OLB(5) Vrabel, Colvin, Banta-Cain, Mincey, Woods << tough call: Woods or Brown? ILB (5) Bruschi, Seau, Beisel, Gardner, Izzo, Davis << I hope Beisel looks good on ST, or he's at risk of unemployment CB (4) Wilson, Hobbs, Samuel, Gay << tough call: Scott or Gay? S (5) Harrison, Hawkins, Sanders, Jones, Scott I've been worried about ILB since before the end of last season. Seau is a one-year stop gap, and hopefully has one more year in him. Luckily in this scheme, he doesn't need great to have footspeed. He can run north south, shed some blocks and plug some gaps, a la Ted Johnson. Then on third down, either Gardner, Beisel or Sanders can come in to bring the extra pass coverage skills. That solves the only real weak spot on this roster. This is the first 53-man where I've actually listed Sullivan on the roster. I think he'll be the key to success in a 4-3. Warren, Wilfork, Sullivan and Seymour across the front with Vrabel, Bruschi and Colvin at LB... its like a dream come true. K Gostkowski P Miller LS Paxton All I can say is WOW. On paper, this team is really coming together.