Are the Pats looking at....ANYONE??

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    Say what you want but for a team with as many holes that the Pats have right now to not be entertaining any potential prospects is completely ridiculous! Where not even talking big money guys anymore so that argument holds no water.
    Right now what we know is that they have no TE thanks again to another miscaculation of talent and market. A poor draft selection in Watson, letting Daniel Graham walk after aquiring Watson and then letting Dave Thomas walk..who isn't too bad right? Who;s fault is this? Big Bills!
    We have an aging WR in Moss who to be honest will probably "shut it down" this year becasue he knows he's done after this year. Compound that with the fact that Welker now had shoulder surgery on top of the knee and who know's when he's back. You have David Patten (what a joke aquiring him) and this bust Brandon Tate who can't stay on the field.
    RB is even better; Sammy Morris, who you get for maybe 5 games a season, an aging Fred Taylor, and an inconsistent Maroney.
    Defense is even worse..and they've done NOTHING to fix it. No pass rush, no LB's and one..maybe two DB's that are worth a damn in Bodden and Meriwether.
    Seems to me that this is an awful lot to address via the draft. I just don't see it or any interest for that matter on improving this team.

     
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    are u really a pats fan?  all I see is you bash the team with no real logic at all.
    Tate is a bust?  are u on drugs?  I mean give the guy a chance.  This is not madden. 
    Moss maybe a little unhappy, but I dont think he is gone after this season.  I think they want him to show he still has it before giving him the cash for another 2-4 years. Look how Marvin Harrison ended.  Do we want that? and having to pay for it?  I know I dont.
    I give u that watson never lived upto his lofty draft status, but no one gets them all right and he wasnt horrible, just not great.
    D Graham leaving was the right thing to do, his contract was way too big for a TE that doesnt catch well. He was a crazy good blocker, but so is an additional OL coming in when we need one. 
    Maroney just ...well...there are no words for how disappointing he has been.
     
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    You're right, Steamer. The Pats totally blow.

    You should probably cut your losses and go ahead and pick a good team to root for . . .  like the Jets.
     
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    just dismantel the team and shut down the facility, we give up!
     
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    The Patriots have been entertaining many potential prospects. I have read on these boards lots of names the Pats have brought in to take a look at. 
     
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    just dismantel the team and shut down the facility, we give up!
     
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    I think BB is not taking any chances with a below average FA market this year. he did good by signing key patriots FAs. I'm glad we're not picking up players that end of being a bust after training camp. better off getting rookies that are hungry and want to learn the system like edelman and hoyer
     
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    They might be done......They signed the top free agent nose tackle....the top free agent cornerback....they signed an outside linebacker who had 10 sacks.....they signed a running back with multiple superbowl rings, who is one of the top receivers out of the backfield in the league, and excels at picking up blitzes........They signed Patten, who knows our system, and is trusted by Brady..... Yes, they still have holes.... However, they have 4 of the first 53 picks in the draft......they also have an extremely powerful chip to play if they choose to use it, with the Raiders 2011 first pick........I dont understand all the doom and gloom thinking by some of our fans this offseason.
     
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    i kno dey b lookin' at ur mom
     
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    Atually Bill stopped by my house last nite to see if I was available. At 54, 6,2" 180 lbs he thought he saw a flash of something. I played my ball in grade school but I stayed at several Holiday Inn Express during my younger days. Not sure if I'll sign up though as NFL does too many drug tests.
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    TRY the raiders if that doesn't work,and I don't see why not,you can always get in porn  to get some acting experience and then try to get on a TV show
     
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    i kno dey b lookin' at ur mom
    Posted by Gulo

    No No... BB already had her
     
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    "A poor draft selection in Watson, letting Daniel Graham walk after aquiring Watson and then letting Dave Thomas walk..who isn't too bad right? Who;s fault is this? Big Bills!"

    It is misinformed overly negative fans like you that keep people away from this board. I can not recall how many times I have started to respond to post's like these and have stopped in the middle thinking "whats the point, the guy doesn't want to hear reason or logic". 

    Well anyways lets take some of your statements and discuss them:

    1. Daniel Graham and Watson were on the same team together for 3 seasons so it is not at all like you are trying to portray it. 

    2. Watson was selected with the last pick in 2004. He played on the Pats for six season on his rookie pay which as the 32nd pick is not really high at all. He may not have lived up to his potential but he was hardly a poor choice. He was has had big plays like the opening night Buffalo comeback this year. When you take into consideration his career numbers and his pay he has been a deal for the patriots. 

    3. Thomas wasn't let to walk as you put but rather he was traded. That was a bad decision but you still fail to articulate the facts correctly. 

    You go on to state "one maybe two db's that are worth a damn"

    You are full of it. You must be one of the instant gratification types because Butler played in 51% percent of the snaps as a rookie and progressed as the season went on. That 91 yard interception return for a touchdown against the Texans at the end of season really sucked didn't it. This year he will continue to show improvement and you'll sing a different tune on the this board by acting as if you knew he was the next champ bailey the whole time. Think back to 03' did you think Asante would be an all pro in 2007 or did you think that he would stay at the same level of play and never improve.  Negative people always want to assume that players will stay at the same level or decline but because the glass is always half empty the players can not possibly get better. 
     
    Pat Chung is still an unknown in terms of his long term prospects but one thing that is a known fact is that he is a play maker. In his limited opportunities he was still able to come through with 2 sacks and 1 interception. That shows promise especially considering he was buried on the depth chart behind Sanders and McGowan who both have years of experience over him. Chung will really make strides this and when he does you will be the first on his bandwagon. 

    How can you honestly call Brandon Tate a bust already. He was drafted as a value pick that so many people on this board hate but the upside with him is very high still. In the summer it was speculated by most reporters that he wouldn't even see the field this year but be placed on IR, well he played in 2 games and then was placed on IR as a precaution. He was at all the team meetings learned the terminology and playbook and should be able to contribute this upcoming season. It takes at least three seasons to call a player a bust. 

    Was Troy Brown a bust? His first 4 seasons on the Pats he only had 37 combined receptions. He took years to develop into the Troy Brown that we all remember and love now. 

    Was Vrabel a bust? He only had 7 sacks in his first 4 years combined and never started a game. He was miscast in Pitt and blossomed in NE. 

    Was Welker a bust or a bad decision by Bill? His first year in the league 0 receptions, year 2 = 29, year 3 = 67. I bet you were complaining that Bill spent a second and a fifth round draft pick on him in a trade. You never thought in a million years that he would have over 100 receptions every year as Pat so far. 

    The point is: You are too negative and you are way to quick to make judgments about players and it appears as though you refuse to examine each player or scenario in the appropriate context.  
     
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    Well they better sign some big name free agents because the Patriots are terrible at developing their own players....oh wait a minute the just were named leauge best at developing players.

    How original... another thread about how the Pats haven't an signed any big names and how they have holes, show me a team who doesn't have holes?

    At least wait till after the draft before you start complaining...
     
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    Man do you look like an idiot LOL! Seriously that was a rant if I ever heard one! Im picturing in my head some chubby loser whine about when his mother takes his bottle away LOL! In terms of football and most likely every other sport you can tell how uneducated this loser is by a couple things he says. I cant stand it when morons like this go on some rant and offer no solution at all. You say they need to bring in people , well who , who do they need to bring here. And then tell us why you think that guy would fit in here. Did you ever think that this might just be a weak F/A class , because it is. Peppers is and has been one of my favorite players since he came into the league. Hes dynamic , versatile , smart and a phyiscal freak. All that said , theres no way Id sign him for that money , see you later! You cant expect him to produce at the level hes at for much longer , I give him about 3 more years of elite production. Theres no way the PATS didnt inquire about him , Im sure they would have loved to sign him to a 4 year deal , but hey they Bears were willing to overpay to a much bigger extent. I would have loved to see them sign Jones , 2 years for million is a steal for him. Theres no way he drops off the palent just because he turns 32 this August. I feel the same way about Taylor , great fit for  small money. He was the Favres favorite option last year on third downs , and is a very good blocker. I also would have loved to see them go after Robinson , I think he would have also been a great fit here. I think hes a very , very good CB. He can man up and play some zone , I could have even seen him playing a lil' FS for a 5-10 snaps , I like when you can give the team another look and switch things up. Hes versatile enough and with Butler we wouldnt be stretched to thin. After them I cant really complain in terms of F/A. I have been screaming about going after Marshall with the 22 pick , but that looks dead. Although if Denver were willing to accept a 2nd and maybe a 3/4 next year...or something along those line , then I can see the PATS making that deal. Theres no denying the holes they have , but you and your agruement sound so stupid. How can you possibly call Tate a bust , LOL , seriously what are you 8? And why would Moss " shut it down" in a contract year , your a moron. Eeveryone knows hes going to ball like he did last year and the year before that. He said he wants to play , hes going to show everyone why hes still the man even at 33. Great job , in one post you managed to show everyone just how dumb you are.
     And westga , I really dont think you know what your talking about here either. They didnt sign all those players , they RE-SIGNED most of them. Wilfork wasnt a free agent , and everyone knew they were going to RE-SIGN him after the tagged him. And cmon Kevin Faulk wasnt going anywhere , he was always coming back and most likely would have retired before going to KC. Re-signing Bodden was huge to me , hes a smart , tough , top ten CB who has 4-5 more years of top play. And take is easy about TBC , he had half of his sacks in one game and about all in 4 games , LOL. 
     Nailz you need to take it easy as well. It doesnt matter who called them what , they havent done that good of a job at delveloping or drafting players. And alot of the guys they ended up taking are hurting us. Watson , Maroney , Crable , Jackson , O'Connell , Meriweather , Hill , Johnson , Branch , just to name a FEW are all guys taking in the first three rounds that arnt/didnt help us and hurt us at times. And Im not crazy about last years either. Hey Butler could work out , but last year he was Meriweather playing CB. Ill give him and Brace , Chung there time that they deserve to prove themselves , but look at who they missed. They could have had Matthews , and /or Maualuga/Lauriniatis , IMHO these are huge misses. And this isnt playing the 20/20 card , I was saying this at the time , on the day. Both Luga/Lauriniatis looked great at times last year and maybe more impressive was the fact that they didnt look like rookies and that mant plays if any. And Matthews was just a beast , I would have loved to see how BB would have used him. Samething with the two ILB's , pairing one of them up with Mayo...wow , thay could have been one of the best duos in the league , if not the best. They could have had filled these huge needs , but instead are still looking to fill those voids.

     
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    "A poor draft selection in Watson, letting Daniel Graham walk after aquiring Watson and then letting Dave Thomas walk..who isn't too bad right? Who;s fault is this? Big Bills!" It is misinformed overly negative fans like you that keep people away from this board. I can not recall how many times I have started to respond to post's like these and have stopped in the middle thinking "whats the point, the guy doesn't want to hear reason or logic".  Well anyways lets take some of your statements and discuss them: 1. Daniel Graham and Watson were on the same team together for 3 seasons so it is not at all like you are trying to portray it.  2. Watson was selected with the last pick in 2004. He played on the Pats for six season on his rookie pay which as the 32nd pick is not really high at all. He may not have lived up to his potential but he was hardly a poor choice. He was has had big plays like the opening night Buffalo comeback this year. When you take into consideration his career numbers and his pay he has been a deal for the patriots.  3. Thomas wasn't let to walk as you put but rather he was traded. That was a bad decision but you still fail to articulate the facts correctly.  You go on to state "one maybe two db's that are worth a damn" You are full of it. You must be one of the instant gratification types because Butler played in 51% percent of the snaps as a rookie and progressed as the season went on. That 91 yard interception return for a touchdown against the Texans at the end of season really sucked didn't it. This year he will continue to show improvement and you'll sing a different tune on the this board by acting as if you knew he was the next champ bailey the whole time. Think back to 03' did you think Asante would be an all pro in 2007 or did you think that he would stay at the same level of play and never improve.  Negative people always want to assume that players will stay at the same level or decline but because the glass is always half empty the players can not possibly get better.    Pat Chung is still an unknown in terms of his long term prospects but one thing that is a known fact is that he is a play maker. In his limited opportunities he was still able to come through with 2 sacks and 1 interception. That shows promise especially considering he was buried on the depth chart behind Sanders and McGowan who both have years of experience over him. Chung will really make strides this and when he does you will be the first on his bandwagon.  How can you honestly call Brandon Tate a bust already. He was drafted as a value pick that so many people on this board hate but the upside with him is very high still. In the summer it was speculated by most reporters that he wouldn't even see the field this year but be placed on IR, well he played in 2 games and then was placed on IR as a precaution. He was at all the team meetings learned the terminology and playbook and should be able to contribute this upcoming season. It takes at least three seasons to call a player a bust.  Was Troy Brown a bust? His first 4 seasons on the Pats he only had 37 combined receptions. He took years to develop into the Troy Brown that we all remember and love now.  Was Vrabel a bust? He only had 7 sacks in his first 4 years combined and never started a game. He was miscast in Pitt and blossomed in NE.  Was Welker a bust or a bad decision by Bill? His first year in the league 0 receptions, year 2 = 29, year 3 = 67. I bet you were complaining that Bill spent a second and a fifth round draft pick on him in a trade. You never thought in a million years that he would have over 100 receptions every year as Pat so far.  The point is: You are too negative and you are way to quick to make judgments about players and it appears as though you refuse to examine each player or scenario in the appropriate context.  
    Posted by uncommon-sense


    Very well said.  He/she didn't deserve such a thoughtful response.  You should copy and paste it into the next thread started by knuckleheads like this one.
     
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    [QUOTE]Say what you want but for a team with as many holes that the Pats have right now to not be entertaining any potential prospects is completely ridiculous! Where not even talking big money guys anymore so that argument holds no water. Right now what we know is that they have no TE thanks again to another miscaculation of talent and market. A poor draft selection in Watson, letting Daniel Graham walk after aquiring Watson and then letting Dave Thomas walk..who isn't too bad right? Who;s fault is this? Big Bills! We have an aging WR in Moss who to be honest will probably "shut it down" this year becasue he knows he's done after this year. Compound that with the fact that Welker now had shoulder surgery on top of the knee and who know's when he's back. You have David Patten (what a joke aquiring him) and this bust Brandon Tate who can't stay on the field. RB is even better; Sammy Morris, who you get for maybe 5 games a season, an aging Fred Taylor, and an inconsistent Maroney. Defense is even worse..and they've done NOTHING to fix it. No pass rush, no LB's and one..maybe two DB's that are worth a damn in Bodden and Meriwether. Seems to me that this is an awful lot to address via the draft. I just don't see it or any interest for that matter on improving this team.

    Well it's pretty obvious you're not a Pats fan and you definitely can't spell.
    If God wanted me to read future posts from you he never would have created the ignore option. Amen Brothers.
     
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    nice e, reservoir dogs.
     
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    For a team so bad...where did they finish last year?  In first place.
     
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    Say what you want but for a team with as many holes that the Pats have right now to not be entertaining any potential prospects is completely ridiculous! Where not even talking big money guys anymore so that argument holds no water. Right now what we know is that they have no TE thanks again to another miscaculation of talent and market. A poor draft selection in Watson, letting Daniel Graham walk after aquiring Watson and then letting Dave Thomas walk..who isn't too bad right? Who;s fault is this? Big Bills! We have an aging WR in Moss who to be honest will probably "shut it down" this year becasue he knows he's done after this year. Compound that with the fact that Welker now had shoulder surgery on top of the knee and who know's when he's back. You have David Patten (what a joke aquiring him) and this bust Brandon Tate who can't stay on the field. RB is even better; Sammy Morris, who you get for maybe 5 games a season, an aging Fred Taylor, and an inconsistent Maroney. Defense is even worse..and they've done NOTHING to fix it. No pass rush, no LB's and one..maybe two DB's that are worth a damn in Bodden and Meriwether. Seems to me that this is an awful lot to address via the draft. I just don't see it or any interest for that matter on improving this team.
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    Dude GET A GRIP!!!!!! Do You Think B.B. Would let all his T.E.'S GO If he did'nt have a plan!!! IN B.B. WE TRUST........
     
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    Calling Brandon Tate a bust after one season?  He's a first round talent that we got in the third round because it was understood he would miss most of the first season.  You're a fool.  Feel to complain if the Pats have zero tight ends when the season starts.  But they haven't even had the draft yet.  Just shut up.  
     
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    "A poor draft selection in Watson, letting Daniel Graham walk after aquiring Watson and then letting Dave Thomas walk..who isn't too bad right? Who;s fault is this? Big Bills!" It is misinformed overly negative fans like you that keep people away from this board. I can not recall how many times I have started to respond to post's like these and have stopped in the middle thinking "whats the point, the guy doesn't want to hear reason or logic".  Well anyways lets take some of your statements and discuss them: 1. Daniel Graham and Watson were on the same team together for 3 seasons so it is not at all like you are trying to portray it.  2. Watson was selected with the last pick in 2004. He played on the Pats for six season on his rookie pay which as the 32nd pick is not really high at all. He may not have lived up to his potential but he was hardly a poor choice. He was has had big plays like the opening night Buffalo comeback this year. When you take into consideration his career numbers and his pay he has been a deal for the patriots.  3. Thomas wasn't let to walk as you put but rather he was traded. That was a bad decision but you still fail to articulate the facts correctly.  You go on to state "one maybe two db's that are worth a damn" You are full of it. You must be one of the instant gratification types because Butler played in 51% percent of the snaps as a rookie and progressed as the season went on. That 91 yard interception return for a touchdown against the Texans at the end of season really sucked didn't it. This year he will continue to show improvement and you'll sing a different tune on the this board by acting as if you knew he was the next champ bailey the whole time. Think back to 03' did you think Asante would be an all pro in 2007 or did you think that he would stay at the same level of play and never improve.  Negative people always want to assume that players will stay at the same level or decline but because the glass is always half empty the players can not possibly get better.    Pat Chung is still an unknown in terms of his long term prospects but one thing that is a known fact is that he is a play maker. In his limited opportunities he was still able to come through with 2 sacks and 1 interception. That shows promise especially considering he was buried on the depth chart behind Sanders and McGowan who both have years of experience over him. Chung will really make strides this and when he does you will be the first on his bandwagon.  How can you honestly call Brandon Tate a bust already. He was drafted as a value pick that so many people on this board hate but the upside with him is very high still. In the summer it was speculated by most reporters that he wouldn't even see the field this year but be placed on IR, well he played in 2 games and then was placed on IR as a precaution. He was at all the team meetings learned the terminology and playbook and should be able to contribute this upcoming season. It takes at least three seasons to call a player a bust.  Was Troy Brown a bust? His first 4 seasons on the Pats he only had 37 combined receptions. He took years to develop into the Troy Brown that we all remember and love now.  Was Vrabel a bust? He only had 7 sacks in his first 4 years combined and never started a game. He was miscast in Pitt and blossomed in NE.  Was Welker a bust or a bad decision by Bill? His first year in the league 0 receptions, year 2 = 29, year 3 = 67. I bet you were complaining that Bill spent a second and a fifth round draft pick on him in a trade. You never thought in a million years that he would have over 100 receptions every year as Pat so far.  The point is: You are too negative and you are way to quick to make judgments about players and it appears as though you refuse to examine each player or scenario in the appropriate context.  
    Posted by uncommon-sense


    great post, I was yelling at this exact guy the first day of free agency as he and others freaked out the pats didn't sign a player in the first 24 hours of free agency.  Nailed it on the head.  Your post gives hope to this board.  smorgan doesn't know squat.  you brought me back.  gave up posting, got sick of the outlandis statements made by a few of the crazies.
     
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    Explain this to me who is on the market right now that can make this team better?

    The Pats have holes on the defensive side of the ball specifically DE and OLB. Those positions cant be filled in the FA sadly and the Pats luckily have a very deep draft class to fill those needs. Please dont act like this team has to completely rebuild because that just gets a big dose of child please.

    Their is no one on the market right now that can make this team significantly better without giving up huge compensation aka a first round pick which it isnt worth in this years draft. 

    The Pats right now are out scouting at these guys pro days from Rutgers to BC. FA is basically over for the Pats they will probably sign 1-2 more guys MAYBE and thats it. With whats on this roster as of right now this team can get to the AFC championship superbowl a different story in its own.

    Something first off needs to be done about Adalius Thomas and then the Pats can move on from there. 

    1 first round pick
    3 second round picks

    This team is going to get 4 great players unless they trade one of these picks for a first next year which would be a terrible idea because of the depth in this draft and they have no thirds this year. Either way 3-4 great players who 2 will be able to contribute right away depending on their position. 
     
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    I don't agree with the comment about Tate - think we can wait and see on that guy.

    But there is some merit to being disappointed with the Pats "plan" this off-season.

    last season, they were NOT serious contenders.  Anyone who thinks they were is kidding themselves.  So please, no more "well they won the division" talk.  They barely won the division - and they lost almost every game against good teams.  Including a blow out at home in round one of the playoffs.

    The Pats have MAJOR holes to patch - and so far all they have done is lose Jarvis Green and Ben Watson to free agency.

    Re-signing some guys is good - but that means they have the exact team as last year - minus Green (minus Welker too I might add).  

    That is NOT a contender. 

    Add in the Adalius Thomas B.S.; Maroney being a complete bust; no decent WR opposite Moss.  The worst pass rush I've ever seen in NE.

    Yes, the original poster is negative.  But he might be an honest guy too.

    Let's not kill him and call him a bad fan.  He's on to something. 

    The team seems to be heading in the wrong direction.  Maybe, just maybe, Pioli was important to keep around.

    Bringing back the same guys as last year is a "plan" - but I'm not sure it is a good plan.

    Yup, Bellicheck is a HoF coach.  But let's not forget that last year his coaching was abysmal.



     
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