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Nick Underhill, antabuse online review | By Nick Underhill, antabuse online review November 02, antabuse online review 2012 at 5:21 PM, antabuse online review updated November 02, antabuse online review 2012 The New England Patriots reestablished themselves as legitimate title contenders by picking up a pair of wins before their bye, antabuse online review but that doesn’t mean all their issues evaporated with those two marks added to the win column. Some remain, antabuse online review and they'll need to be addressed during the second half of the season. Antabuse online review Here’s a look at a few of them: How does Aqib Talib fit in to the picture? The Patriots' move to acquire Aqib Talib from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers should – assuming the troubled cornerback avoids the dark forces that have plagued his career – immediately improve a secondary that has given up more plays of 20-plus yards than any team in the league. The bigger question is where he will fit in. Antabuse online review New England could play it straight and place him opposite Devin McCourty at cornerback, antabuse online review with Steve Gregory and Patrick Chung behind them at safety. Antabuse online review Or coach Bill Belichick could use Talib and rookie Alfonzo Dennard at corner and drop McCourty next to Chung at safety, antabuse online review where many talent evaluators believe he is best suited. Either way, antabuse online review a decision doesn’t have to be made immediately, antabuse online review since Talib has one game remaining on a performance-enhancing drug suspension. Can Brandon Lloyd be a legitimate threat? Brandon Lloyd made enough spectacular plays during training camp to lead many observers to summon Randy Moss’ name. Antabuse online review Now, antabuse online review those same observers often utter Chad Ochocinco’s name. Neither comparison is fair. Antabuse online review Lloyd lives somewhere between the two extremes, antabuse online review teetering from spectacular to maddening. Antabuse online review One play, antabuse online review he’ll make an acrobatic catch on the sideline that would be outlandish in a video game. Antabuse online review The next, antabuse online review he’ll needlessly flail at a catchable ball and let it fall to the turf. Lloyd has dropped six of the 43 catchable balls thrown to him, antabuse online review according to Antabuse online review His drop rate is the third highest in the NFL. To be fair, antabuse online review some of the problems reside with quarterback Tom Brady, antabuse online review who on several targets has struggled to get Lloyd the ball where it needed to be. Antabuse online review That’s a problem that needs to be rectified in order for the passing lanes to open up to players working the middle of the field. When that consistency is reached, antabuse online review the Patriots' offense should soar. Health of tight ends It’s easy to overlook this concern since New England once again has the top offense in the NFL. Antabuse online review But things could be even better if tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez were at full health. Gronkowski has been battling hip and back injuries that kept him down for most of the first six weeks, antabuse online review but he finally appears to be nearing the standard he set during last year’s record-setting season after catching 14 passes for 224 yards and four touchdowns the last two weeks. Hernandez is the bigger concern. Antabuse online review He suffered an ankle injury in Week 2 that doesn’t appear to be getting better. Antabuse online review He came back and played in Weeks 6 and 7, antabuse online review but was shut down after suffering a setback. It’s now said his ankle is no longer responding to treatment. Antabuse online review The bye week could be enough to get him back on track, antabuse online review but if not, antabuse online review New England’s offense will continue to be without its biggest weapon. Ridley’s touches Perhaps it was the result of recent game plans, antabuse online review but it's possible running back Stevan Ridley lost the trust of his coaching staff after fumbling in back-to-back weeks against the Bills and Broncos. Before the second dropped ball, antabuse online review Ridley was averaging 20 touches per game. Antabuse online review That figure has dropped to 16 since. While that’s not a drastic dip, antabuse online review it’s enough to make a difference. Antabuse online review And, antabuse online review considering Ridley leads the league in runs of 15-plus yards, antabuse online review every lost touch is a lost opportunity. Source: