Yeah, I think it's time to change the team philosophy when it comes to wide receivers. It has been long overdue. Back in 2004, defenses were very physical and you had to outsmart them; you could win games by winning the turnover battle and just needed to avoid mistakes. It's 15 years later and things have very much changed. Does anyone here think Antonio Brown is a smart guy? Of course not. FOOTBALL smart? Such a dumb, made-up term. Basically, it just means you so damn talented that you know how to beat a defense, and usually a veteran like AB or Moss can be plenty "football smart" as soon as they step onto the field. AB came to New England and Brady did cartwheels. He's the "athletic, dumb" player that isn't supposed to work out in New England. Gordon picked up the system in like a week...hmmm...another guy who is extremely athletic and gifted physically, also understands the mental aspect? No, this is just BS. Let's face it: this idea of some guy coming to New England who has some kind of sixth spider sense or who sees the football field like Will Hunting, has become comical. You have quarterbacks in 2019 who produce at a high level and throw very few interceptions with their "dumb, athletic receivers." Gronkowski covered up so many warts when it came to New England's passing game, and Edelman (after the team just failed to notice for FOUR years that he could be good) then emerged. During this time there was still all kinds of problems in finding the right fit; LaFell was, I guess okay, but they moved on from him. Dorsett is a big disappointment overall. Cooks was a one-year mistake/maybe call it a wash; clearly they were hoping he'd be the long-term answer. Lloyd was a terrible fit. Sanu is beyond terrible...he's in a new territory of suck that you can't describe. This system is no longer worth it if it's so complicated that they can't find anyone to run the routes correctly. I've been saying this four about three years now. A new offensive coordinator who can simplify the system is long overdue. Brady may be extremely smart, but that doesn't really get him anywhere without having talented receivers who can beat man coverage.