(Have not had time to post since the last game.) I am becoming a big fan of Bledsoe. During the first part of the game I was very frustrated with Bledsoe holding the ball to long. The guy would basically continue to look for an open reciever until he either got sacked or someone got open. As the game wore on I began to appreciate this trait of his because many times it was translating into receptions. There was even one point where he made a completion with a defensive player hanging on his back. I am somewhat concerned with the potential of fumbles that may occur from this. But the fumble he had Sunday (on a sack) was due to a blindside blits from the CB that should have been picked up by the RB. I was also impressed by the lack of drops from our Wide Receivers. Glenn, Key and Crayton caught everything that was thrown to them. I don't think enough value can be placed on a reciever that catches the ball. 1 or 2 drops can be the difference between a win and a loss. And all of these guys not only catch the easy balls...they also catch the hard ones. That ball that Glenn snatched off his shoelaces was phenomenal. And the sideline catch and last TD catch by Keyshawn were things of beauty. I am not sure if Pierce has equivelant hands to these 3, because I have not seen him play. But if he doesn't, then I say leave him as the 4th receiver....regardless of how fast he is. This group of Witten, Key, Glenn and Crayton is the best tandem of hands this fan has ever seen on one team.