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The Patriots have a full five dangerous receivers for the 2011-2012 season.
The New England Patriots successfully traded for wide receiver Chad Ochocinco, who should be able to rejuvenate his career with reigning league MVP Tom Brady. He is the deep threat the Patriots were missing for most of last season and will continue to torment defenses this season.
Ochocinco is not the only weapon Bill Belichick will look forward to utilizing in the passing game this season though.
The return of Deion Branch last year proved to be a incredibly productive move with an instant impact. In Branch's 11 games with the Patriots last season, he managed to pull in 48 receptions for 706 yards and five touchdowns.
Branch proved he could be an equally destructive deep threat when he caught a 79-yard touchdown from Tom Brady against the Detroit Lions and another 55-yard touchdown catch against the Chicago Bears two weeks later.
Then defenses will have to deal with the pesky Wes Welker as a troublesome slot receiver, who will convert simple screen passes for first downs and big plays all day long. Fully healed from a devastating knee injury in 2010, Welker's progression should only skyrocket.
Add young tight-end tandem Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski into the mix, who both had stellar rookie campaigns, and you have the most dangerous passing game in the league.
With this many threats on the field, Revis Island won't have a whole lot of impact when the Jets face the Patriots in the regular season and playoffs.