I was a huge Welker fan, I still am, the guy was just a flat out warrior who produced legendary numbers, got smashed around a lot and popped back up, just was a great player for the Pats. But I'm starting to wonder, was some of that success part of "The System", in other words, the way the Slot Receiver is integrated into the Patriot's Playbook. As we've seen from Edelman this season, as well as his rookie season (replacing Welker when he missed time with injury), His production is very similar to Welker's when he's had a chance to be the main slot receiver (In fact he has better stats at this point to Welker in receptions and yards). We we even saw a snippet from Amendola in game 1 where he had a Welker-esque game. Is this system driven success ?