Lots of things to debate. Here are my guesses and predictions in one place. 1. The Pats will reach a long-term deal with Wilfork. It makes good football sense. Wilfork is on the field for as many downs as his stamina permits. (If there's one position where there's an excuse to have less than every down stamina, it's one where you get double-teamed every play by guys of comparable strength.) For that and other reasons, he's at least as effective on the Pats as he would be on other teams. 2. Richard Seymour will stay in Oakland. He's about the money now. 3. Randy Moss will play out 2010 without a contract, amicably, and likely be re-signed. Moss can probably handle the Pats telling him the truth, which is "You're declining due to age. We're waiting to see how slow or fast the decline is. We expect to find that it's slow, and that you'll still be a top receiver for several more years." 4. One of Mankins and Neal will go, one will stay. Better a year early than a year late on Neal, and Mankins may cost a lot. But replacing both at once is forbidding. 5. Ben Watson will go. It just didn't click for him here as a receiver, and the Pats don't pay up for TEs that are very good at blocking or receiving and merely so-so at the other. 6. Adalius Thomas will be traded. He has low value on his remaining contract, especially after being somewhat of a malcontent. (I say "somewhat" because he stayed professional in his game preparation, etc.) But I'm guessing it's not quite zero. 7. TBC will stay. He's simply a better football player on the Pats than elsewhere. And after Boston and his home area of SF, I doubt there's a third city he'd as much like to live in. 8. Bodden will go. The finances -- including the matter of young depth behind him threatening his job -- will look better someplace else. 9. Springs will go. Why not? 10. The Pats will pay up for a veteran rusher one more time -- even though Colvin and Thomas didn't work out that well. 11. Brady will get extended. What other FA would want to play here if Brady left? He needs to be officially extended.