Wes Welker, Donte Stallworth, Sammy Morris, Kelly Washington. Last year, there was a clear void at the wide receiver position. Caldwell and Chad Jackson were brought in as Deion Branch was on his way out. Still no Branch and some guy named Gaffney came out of no where when the Patriots were considered to have no one. This year is a whole different story as we have all seen thus far. Kelly Washington, Welker, Stallworth. This isn't a overwhelming corp, but should prove decent enough when you toss in Brady, Watson, Gaffney and Caldwell. Keep in mind that Stallworth is no #1 and has a history of being inconsistant. Welker has two good years under his belt, but is key in the return game more than the passing game. And Washington has potential (just like Caldwell did last year) but has only flashed that talent on occassions rather than amount to more than Caldwell did for us last year. I digress.... All areas of the offense has more talent than they have had in years passed and Josh Daniels to run the show. Hard to blame Daniels for any shortcomings of the offense when you consider what he was working with, but some came down hard on him at times (often or less often). One has to wonder what he has in store for all these weapons and if he is capable of handling this type of show (if any). Consider that Stallworth is a one year guy (for all practical purposes), Daniels needs to see what Stallworth can do rather than leave to much to question in the second year of the contract. So could it be that Daniels might now be the weak link on the offense?