It appears that New England is as deep as ever across the board.
They have a diverse array of RBs that can really change the game tempo in Danny Woodhead, Benjarvis Green-Ellis, rookie Stevan Ridley and veteran Kevin Faulk.
At WR, there's Deion Branch who returned in 2010, Chad Ochocinco, Wes Welker, Brandon Tate and Julian Edelman.
The offensive line has the familiar Dan Koppen, Logan Mankins and Matt Light, as well as the addition of rookie Nate Solder.
Defensively they will be much better, as LB Jerod Mayo comes off an All-Pro selection season. Additionally, there's Brandon Spikes, Gary Guyton, and Rob Ninkovich.
On the D-line they signed Shaun Ellis and Andre Carter, re-signed Gerard Warren and still have Vince Wilfork—only Albert Haynesworth remains the issue.
In the secondary, we see Leigh Bodden and two-time Pro Bowler Brandon Meriweather, among others.
And, don't forget rookie Ras-I Dowling.
These are all solid NFL players who have proven that they work well with Bill Belichick.