I wonder what would happen if we moved AJ around like the Cowboys did with TO? The Cowboys, excluding their playoff loss, refused to leave TO in a traditional WR spot...moving him around and putting him all over the field to create confusion and potential matchup problems. I'd like to see us get AJ into a lot of different positions, including having him line up in a double-TE spot with Daniels...putting Andre Davis and Walter on the outside as WRs with a RB in the backfield to keep the LBs honest. How do you defend that? Daniels can stretch the field and provides a mismatch on slower LBs, Andre Davis and Walter demand DB coverage off the snap, a running back (with playaction) would help to slow down the LB rushes because then they have AJ who, like Daniels, could blow right past a LB off the snap and catch a quick pass. In this formation, you could have AJ run a go route, a slant, a quick hitch/bubble screen, or an out route as Andre Davis and Walter run go routes to clear the CBs off. Kubiak said (recently) that he likes what we're doing in the passing game...and I think (IIRC) he said something to the effect of us having to look at potentially becoming a heavier passing team who relies more on the pass because of the personnel we have and the success we've had this season. I think AJ is a guy who could dominate next season, but we need to create more plays with AJ as the focus.