Yeah. I think if Gronk can help protect Brady's blind side, be a decoy a bunch of times and make one or two plays, that's all to the good. But E and A have to be able to get open fast or Brady's going to spend the afternoon throwing the ball away or flat on his back on the turf. IMO, Jackson is the wild card. I posted out here a couple of weeks ago that all they need out of him is one big game or one big play. I'll take it any game.