Two things I gleaned from this article. 1. We need to boost our pass rush this offseason somehow. Signing Antwan Applewhite wasn't enough, I'm a big fan of drafting Melvin Ingram, and I can stomach Coples (ugh). If we plan on scoring a lot, teams will be throwing a lot to catch up. A pass rush is the best weapon to neutralize this. 2. We need to keep Stewart. As outlined in the article, Stew is a more integral part of our offense than we realize. Those of us expecting to lose him and not miss a beat are deluding themselves. It's better to have a killer strength than an overall solid team. The Giants were down to their 8th corner yet still won on the teeth of their pass rush. The Patriots made it to the Super Bowl on the back of Brady and their TE's. I firmly believe the legs of Double Trouble will play an integral role in the dynasty we all see within reach.