As you will see in the upcoming slides, the New England Patriots' biggest need on offense is a deep-threat receiver. They got rid of Randy Moss and were better off for it, dominating the NFL in a way not seen by this team since they won the Super Bowl in 2004.
Yes, I am even overlooking their undefeated season of 2007, however, that season showed just how much of a threat this team is when they have an elite deep wide receiver in their possession.
The Pats could bypass the free-agent market altogether and trade for Steve Smith in Carolina but that is as much speculation as this list.
Additionally, with Wes Welker and Deion Branch as secondary wideouts, the protection Tom Brady can potentially receive with the drafting of Nate Solder and a 1,000+ yard rusher in BenJarvus Green-Ellis, this team is dangerous.
Here are a few players the Pats should take a look at and that includes looking to the past, just like they did when they traded for Deion Branch this past season.