Back of the roster decisions

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    Impressive; Fleming, Halapio ( he has really improved over the course of camp), Butler, Garp ( see Halapio comment), LaFell

     

    Losing faith; KT, Kline, Devey, Cave

     

    Lost faith; Beauharnis

     

    On the fence; Bolden, Devlin

     

    Keeping the faith; Boyce, Mallett



    I have no faith in mallet...

     
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    I have no faith in mallet...

     




    Why? How much have u seen of him?





    I think after last preseason it was evident Mallet wasn't going to amount to much.  Matter of fact, I might have kept Tebow over Mallet last season.  At least Tebow can get some yards running with the ball, lol!

     
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    Due to the state of the TE situation Devlin will be on the 53 man roster. The flexibility of using him in multiples roles will get him a spot.

     
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    Impressive; Fleming, Halapio ( he has really improved over the course of camp), Butler, Garp ( see Halapio comment), LaFell

     

    Losing faith; KT, Kline, Devey, Cave

     

    Lost faith; Beauharnis

     

    On the fence; Bolden, Devlin

     

    Keeping the faith; Boyce, Mallett



    I have no faith in mallet...



    Why? How much have u seen of him?



    Hardly any...that's what I mean. I hear good reports but I feel like he's sort of like Bigfoot. I see all these shows on tv about "finding Bigfoot" and the supposed definitive proof of its existence. I take the stance of believing it when I see it.

    im not saying he won't ever be a good QB. I just have such little evidence to support having faith in him.

     

     

     
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    I've been very impressed with jimmy g, and butler as have most. 

     
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    Hardly any...that's what I mean. I hear good reports but I feel like he's sort of like Bigfoot. I see all these shows on tv about "finding Bigfoot" and the supposed definitive proof of its existence. I take the stance of believing it when I see it.

    im not saying he won't ever be a good QB. I just have such little evidence to support having faith in him.



    This is exactly what was said of Cassel during the 2007 preseason.

    I've been underwhelmed by what I've seen of Mallet as well, but I know that doesn't necessarily reflect how he would perform if he was ever actually called upon in live action.

     
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    What are your thoughts on Arrington and Nink.  To be honest I haven't heard a thing in months on Nink, good or bad.  It's like he fell off the earth.

     
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    You know everyone keeps saying "this is what people said about Cassel, Hoyer, whoever..."

    I don't recall saying anything about Cassel except that he didn't play, that the two guys ahead of him at USC won the Heisman and he's 6'5".  He didn't play in the Pros, hardly at all in the preseason but both he and Hoyer were better on lone drives than Mallet was in four years.

    Mallet didn't play much either, but he also is a colossal sized QB, you'd think in 4 years he'd have given us a single piece of film, a single great throw?  He hasn't ...

     
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    Also I'm less concerned about what Mallet hasn't done as I am with what Gyro has.

     
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    Re: Back of the roster decisions

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    Hardly any...that's what I mean. I hear good reports but I feel like he's sort of like Bigfoot. I see all these shows on tv about "finding Bigfoot" and the supposed definitive proof of its existence. I take the stance of believing it when I see it.


    im not saying he won't ever be a good QB. I just have such little evidence to support having faith in him.




    This is exactly what was said of Cassel during the 2007 preseason.


    I've been underwhelmed by what I've seen of Mallet as well, but I know that doesn't necessarily reflect how he would perform if he was ever actually called upon in live action.




    I agree. I don't believe Mallet would have kept a roster spot all these years if he was a complete stiff. Is he a capable starting QB? Honestly, I hope we don't find out in NE. Doing well in practice isn't the same as actual games.  If the situation ever came to where Mallet had to be the starter in NE, I'd imagine that the Pats would have to alter the offense some to maximize his strengths. Similar to what was done when Cassel stepped in or even when Brady took over for Bledsoe. The real question to me is, does the team have confidence in Mallet? They did in Brady and Cassel, but honestly I don't see any evidence of it with Mallet in the tiny sample we've had to see him play. Go Pats!

     
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    Your comment about losing faith in KT is interesting.  In mini camp everyone was in love with him.  First week of camp, it sounded like he was up and down.  Now I'm reading mostly negative reports.  He is clearly losing steam and trending in the wrong direction.  I thought he was an absolute lock to make the team a few weeks ago, now I'm not quite so sure.  

     
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    Why is Develin in this mix? Not saying he's an all-pro, but I've never seen him mess up either. What's the issue there? I'd rather keep him than some stiff blocking TE.

     
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    I was playing the music loudly for Beauharnais on draft day, but unlike the Titanic , most of my musicians are heading for the lifeboats..............I'm still whistling but facing safety.............


    "Don't touch my Leatherhelmet!!"

     
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    I was not at all impressed by what I saw of Mallett in the 'skins preseason game but then again neither were most on this board.  That said, I'm in no position to make an assessment regarding his viability as a starting caliber NFL qb.  Unless we actually see this guy taking meaningful snaps we don't really know what he is capable of doing.

     
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    Why is Develin in this mix? Not saying he's an all-pro, but I've never seen him mess up either. What's the issue there? I'd rather keep him than some stiff blocking TE.



    I like Devlin. He plays hard and brings an edge. Not many Pats have that edge, but Devlin does. No issue, other than numbers



    I got the impression that Devlin was in the mix for the fullback/Hback/3rd TE option.

     
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    still too early and mostly based on practice only.  Let's see what they can do in pre-season games.

     
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     I'd be surprised if they let Develin go.  From everything I've read he's been performing well, and I think a FB is actually a useful piece to have, especially if the TEs are thin.  I think he stays.  

     

    On WRs, I assume Amendola, Edelman, LaFell, and Dobson are locks. I think they'll keep at least one more, and as far as I can tell Thompkins has still performed the best of the rest.  

     

     
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    Develin's main role on offense will be to block.  He's very likely the Matt Mulligan replacement.  He won't necessarily play TE much, but he'll do what Mulligan did, only from the FB spot:  block and catch an occasional pass.  Plus he may carry for short yardage occasionally.  I can see the Pats going with just two TEs (Gronk and Hoomanawanui) and Develin. 

     

     
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