Swiveling in the pocket as he eyed the Ravens' coverage schemes during the AFC championship game last January, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady certainly didn't lack for inviting targets downfield.
Brady threw to tight end Aaron Hernandez and wide receivers Wes Welker and Brandon Lloyd. During a 28-13 loss at Gillette Stadium, he passed with 320 yards for one touchdown and two interceptions.
Heading into Sunday's rematch against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium, however, Brady is no longer so fortunate. Twenty-seven of Brady's 29 completions that day went to players no longer on the Patriots' roster.
Hernandez is in prison and faces first-degree murder...