I see Brady becoming a more intriguing option by the week due to the personnel issues around him. I still think Belichik will employ smoke, mirrors and bailing twine to make that defense serviceable by the end of the season, but in the meantime the Pats won't just be playing with a lead all year.
If this forces Brady to go downfield more (and there's an indication of just that from his last couple games), it could vault him into top-five territory.
This also boosts the value of Branch, Givens, and, just maybe, Graham/Watson if they get floated into the patterns more because they don't have to break trail for Dillon.
All this, of course, would lower the value of the aforementioned Dillon. Though he'll still get his TDs when the offense is down close.
I want to die peacefully in my sleep, like my grandfather.
Not screaming, like the passengers in his car.