@Dinner The Patriots have no options at OT? Solder and Vollmer are both legit options when healthy. Not great, but legit. As long as Brady has all of his weapons and is able to get rid of the football quickly-their offensive line should be just fine. They added a couple of versatile offensive linemen in the draft that should be able to compete for one of the starting guard spots and backup tackle spots. Dante Scarnecchia is arguably the best offensive line coach ever because of his miraculous works over the years with no-named, off the street players. Dante will make their offensive line better. I don't see Pittsburgh beating New England at New England in the playoffs because of their weak defense, specifically their secondary. The Patriots got better on offense this off-season and Brady loves playing against the Steelers' defense.
Outstanding fundamentals on both ends of the floor
Passing ability for a big man
Handles the ball well for his size
Runs the floor as well as any center in college basketball
Defending pick and rolls
Extremely active on both ends of the floor
Terrific feel for the game
Lacks the go-to scoring ability of a top prospect
Too easily pushed off the block when trying to establish position
Adding to his mid-range game
Summary: There just aren't many seven-footers with Zeller's combination of skill, athleticism, and feel for the game. He is not loaded with as much upside as most underclassmen draft prospects; needs to add some strength and doesn't figure to be a true franchise big man, but will still be one of the top picks in the 2013 NBA Draft.
Player Comparison: Anderson Varejao. This is a tough one for me since I want to steer away from the Tyler Zeller comparison. Like Varejao, Zeller is extremely active on both ends of the floor, but not very physical and fairly limited to scoring about the basket. I think Zeller's ceiling in the NBA is being an important role starter like Varejao, but not somebody who can be one of the top scoring options on a playoff team.