BB at GM

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    BB at GM

    I know the pats are every year contenders and every year wins the AFC east but, I just think BB is making mistakes like a GM, Brady isn`t getting younger, we don`t need to have a lot of later rounds picks in the draft, we have to get the best player avaible, it doesn`t matter if we need to trade up, enough of trading back like this year draft( low risk picks ), talking about FA why not use the cap instead of carring 10-15 mil in the regular season, why not sign an impact player instead of regular players? I think Brady needs a lot of good players around him, not only average players like we see in the roster rigth now.

     
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    I agree.  Surrounding an amazing player like Tom Brady with players no one else wanted at all is a total joke.

    But, if you watch closely, Cap Space might have a great year.

     
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    this is the case, why keeping trading back, we could have a better receiver option in Patterson, who could contribute right now to the team.Sorry but Edelman isn`t a true 2 receiver,( look at his drops, he catches with his body). but no let`s stockpile picks and try to get someone in later rounds, if he hadn`t sucess trading back in the past why not pick guys with higher picks like 2012.

     
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    this is the case, why keeping trading back, we could have a better receiver option in Patterson, who could contribute right now to the team.Sorry but Edelman isn`t a true 2 receiver,( look at his drops, he catches with his body). but no let`s stockpile picks and try to get someone in later rounds, if he hadn`t sucess trading back in the past why not pick guys with higher picks like 2012.

     



    Welker has a higher drop rate than Amemdola or Edelman. You are looking to troll and it won't work.

     

    Welker fumbled a punt the other day.

    When Gronk returns it will change the current landscape and some of you will look like idiots, as per usual.

    Boyce and Thompkins have shown good ability to run consistent routes, short mid range and deep. Same with Dobson for that matter. Dobson isn't as good as Thompkins with separation, but they will hoepfully come.

     

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    I really liked the divorce between Brady and Welker, I think Amendola is a great player and will contribute a lot, And I really like BB coaching, he is one of the best in the game, but I think he isn`t that good like GM, that`s my point.

     
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    BB has built a mediocre team around Brady. That's what nediocre GMs do.

     
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    this is the case, why keeping trading back, we could have a better receiver option in Patterson, who could contribute right now to the team.Sorry but Edelman isn`t a true 2 receiver,( look at his drops, he catches with his body). but no let`s stockpile picks and try to get someone in later rounds, if he hadn`t sucess trading back in the past why not pick guys with higher picks like 2012.

     

     

     



    Welker has a higher drop rate than Amemdola or Edelman. You are looking to troll and it won't work.

     

     

     

    Welker fumbled a punt the other day.

    When Gronk returns it will change the current landscape and some of you will look like idiots, as per usual.

    Boyce and Thompkins have shown good ability to run consistent routes, short mid range and deep. Same with Dobson for that matter. Dobson isn't as good as Thompkins with separation, but they will hoepfully come.

     

     

     

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    I really liked the divorce between Brady and Welker, I think Amendola is a great player and will contribute a lot, And I really like BB coaching, he is one of the best in the game, but I think he isn`t that good like GM, that`s my point.

     

     

     

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    "good like GM"?

     

    Name another GM who built a dynasty in the cap era. How can the best GM with the best resume in the CLEARLY more difficult era (vs pre 1993), not be one of if not the best of all time.

    Brady fumbles a ball at the goal line on a snap, throws Wendell under the bus and now it's "BB isn't a good GM again".

    I can guarantee you I am not the only one tiring of this little troll angle, which is all some of you have left.

    NE wins 11+ games every year because of the total package BB is a GM here.

    We were in the SB in 2011 with only a Brady/Welker chokejob in the 4th as to why we didn't win that game.

    We were IN THE AFC title game last year and lost Gronk, Talib and Jones for it. If 2/3 of those players were available we may have won that game and go back to the SB.

     

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    Looks like yet another incarnation of dumbkoff here. Ignored.

     
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    BB as a GM is middling as they would say back in yesteryear.

     
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    BB as a GM is middling as they would say back in yesteryear.




    As Reiss just affirmed I might add.

     

    He and the rest of the world were at least 4 years behind me on that.

     
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    we Could spend the money in pontual guys in FA, maybe 2 impact players, we could trade up and get real good players, we could have a team that could save the day when Brady is having a bad day, but no let`s go cheap, trade back and hope everything will be ok man, look in the early 2000s the team was The Patriots and Brady now we have Brady and the Patriots.

     
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    All I can say is sooner or later that year is gonna come where BB cant trade back anymore and TB is about to retire. IF I dont see some sort of wonder twins, Voltron forming that season with Brady sitting back in a rocking chair throwing 50 TDs to 3 1st round picks while cruising to his Last, long awaited SB Victory, Then I will come looking for this Great Mr. Hoody and Let him know the Years of suffering he has brung to me! LET IT BE KNOWN!

     

    "Take care of my B*tch, I may need her back in a couple years"

    Brady to Manning after Wes signed with Denver

     
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    I know the pats are every year contenders and every year wins the AFC east but, I just think BB is making mistakes like a GM, Brady isn`t getting younger, we don`t need to have a lot of later rounds picks in the draft, we have to get the best player avaible, it doesn`t matter if we need to trade up, enough of trading back like this year draft( low risk picks ), talking about FA why not use the cap instead of carring 10-15 mil in the regular season, why not sign an impact player instead of regular players? I think Brady needs a lot of good players around him, not only average players like we see in the roster rigth now.




    yes you bandwagon 'fans' always need an excuse to relieve Brady of any and all contributions to losses or close games.

     
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    I think we need to see the year play out before we can make any judgements concerning GM decisions for this year.  It seems people around here are awful quick to make final assessments on players based upon incredibly small sample sizes. 

     
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    If you don't spend to the cap with a quarterback like Brady on your roster you are doing a disservice to your team and fans. Period. Now maybe you leave a million and a half to play with under the cap to sign guys in emergency situations, but you don't leave 13 million when you have no pass rush, running backs, or experienced talent to catch a football...you don't do that. Kraft said they would spend to the cap this year right before the Welker debacle, why did he change his mind? 

     
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    Pats in a tough salary cap situation next year, and they dont have Brady to renegotiate anymore. Hern left them with a sizeable bill to pay...so they are working next years cap now...smart planning, but doesn't improve the team this year...look for Wendell to be resigned to an early deal using some cap $$$ this year...most likely Nink as well....maybe McCourty, but I think he is more difficult to sign.   

    I understand the salary cap fairly well...and get guidance on topic from some real experts I speak with semi regularly. WHat I dont get is at this point in time, who do you think the PAts should sign that is available? The time to spend was months ago in free agency, when a difference maker could have been had. Imagine if they signed Kelly and ABranch ($3M)? WHat if they signed Pollard ($2M) rather than Wilson? But now, to spend for the sake of spending doesnt make sense to me...am I missing something?  

     
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    If Brady had never played for the Pats, BB the GM and coach would have been fired a long time ago.

     




    VERY likely.

     
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    Pats in a tough salary cap situation next year, and they dont have Brady to renegotiate anymore. Hern left them with a sizeable bill to pay...so they are working next years cap now...smart planning, but doesn't improve the team this year...look for Wendell to be resigned to an early deal using some cap $$$ this year...most likely Nink as well....maybe McCourty, but I think he is more difficult to sign.   

    I understand the salary cap fairly well...and get guidance on topic from some real experts I speak with semi regularly. WHat I dont get is at this point in time, who do you think the PAts should sign that is available? The time to spend was months ago in free agency, when a difference maker could have been had. Imagine if they signed Kelly and ABranch ($3M)? WHat if they signed Pollard ($2M) rather than Wilson? But now, to spend for the sake of spending doesnt make sense to me...am I missing something?  



    That's right, the time has passed to sign someone of impact...those days were three months ago..we sat and did next to nothing. Meanwhile here we are 13 million under, with undrafted free agents starting on opening day. And I'll tell you what...someone signed that bonehead Hernandez to a 45 million dollar deal two years before his contract was up...someone did that. You hear the whispers of what type of guy he was (not saying anyone knew he was a Dexter Morgan in the making), but people in that organization knew he was a problem.

     
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    In response to NedNiederlander's comment:

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    If Brady had never played for the Pats, BB the GM and coach would have been fired a long time ago.

     

     




    VERY likely.

     

     

     

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    BB drafted Brady, so that makes no sense.  That's like saying Walsh would have been fired as he was rebuilding his team in the mid 1980s, struggling to get back and win a SB for a few years.

     

    Heck, we got to one in 2011 with no camp off a lockout, had it in the bag, and Brady, the guy you claim made BB, crapped his pants with his buddy Welker in the 4th.

    So, you lose there, Diapers.

     

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    in the 6th round crusty.  It isnt like he had a clue that this would be the best QB in the history of the patriots.  And while you are gloating about your master drafter, why dont you show your HoF QB some respect.  The guy IS the reason your TEAM has been successful.  Without him you dont make it nearly as far into the playoff or maybe even make the playoffs. 

     
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