David Patten

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    David Patten

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quN-vOYAnIk check it out..

    Can he still bring this!
     
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    Re: David Patten

    To a degree, yes. Of course, he's not going to be the same old guy because of age and injuries.

    He knows our offense, he has rapport with Brady and Belichick, and he's going to bring leadership to the offense. I honestly think he'll make the squad because of those elements. He may wind up the 4th/5th guy but that'll be fine.
     
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    I believe Marshall Faulk was also pretty good back then, maybe the Pats should pick him up as well.
     
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quN-vOYAnIk check it out.. Can he still bring this!
    Posted by ccusson1122


         The 55 year old Patten is this years' Joey Galloway. Will the Pats ever learn?
     
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    In Response to Re: David Patten:
    In Response to David Patten :      The 55 year old Patten is this years' Joey Galloway. Will the Pats ever learn?
    Posted by TexasPat3


    After these many years Tex, the answer is a big fat no!
    Wanna make a bet Seau signs again?
     
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    I believe Marshall Faulk was also pretty good back then, maybe the Pats should pick him up as well.
    Posted by BBRULES23


    What?  that makes no sense.....
     
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    In Response to Re: David Patten:
    In Response to David Patten :      The 55 year old Patten is this years' Joey Galloway. Will the Pats ever learn?
    Posted by TexasPat3


    So you are saying that Patten doesn't have chemestry with Brady and doesn't know the offense?  That is 100% wrong, shows how much you know about the Pats.
     
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    In Response to Re: David Patten:
    In Response to David Patten :      The 55 year old Patten is this years' Joey Galloway. Will the Pats ever learn?
    Posted by TexasPat3


    Well, there's no "harm" in having him during pre-season; so long as he's cut early on if the Patriots don't think he's going to add value to the team. However, I think it would have been better to have a bigger, aggressive WR who can take pressure off Moss. IMHO, we should sign Brandon Marshall...even if it costs some money this year. My rationale? Moss is gone after next season - so, we need another true #1 anyway.
     
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    In Response to Re: David Patten:
    In Response to Re: David Patten : So you are saying that Patten doesn't have chemestry with Brady and doesn't know the offense?  That is 100% wrong, shows how much you know about the Pats.
    Posted by m1021us


    Oh, Patten does know the offense. The question really is about execution on the field. If he can no longer run routes effectively, does it really matter how well he knows the offense? Unfortunately, Galloway couldn't learn the offense, nor could he run the routes effectively due to the normal aging process.
     
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    The Draft has some nice WR's but no hands down likely superstar unless you want to say Dez Bryant... I am not comfortable with saying that personally.  I like that they took a flier on Patten he doesn't hurt us if he makes the team and provides a little depth and if he can't produce at this level I don't think he is with the team. So nothing to worry about at this point.
     
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    In Response to Re: David Patten:
    In Response to Re: David Patten : What?  that makes no sense.....
    Posted by m1021us


    It means players get older and their skills diminish.  Believe it or not, Galloway used to be a great WR also, times change.
     
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    In Response to Re: David Patten:
    In Response to Re: David Patten : Oh, Patten does know the offense. The question really is about execution on the field. If he can no longer run routes effectively, does it really matter how well he knows the offense? Unfortunately, Galloway couldn't learn the offense, nor could he run the routes effectively due to the normal aging process.
    Posted by BubbaInHawaii


    LOL!  The reason Galloway couldn't run the routes wasn't because of aging.....he couldn't GRASP the offense....

    Patten was never a game breaker, he was more like a Gaff-me, a role player.....specualtion was that he was brought in here for his leadership role and helping the newer WR's.....

    What makes you think that he can't run the routes effectively? 
     
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    Patten hasn't even played one game since they've re-signed him, and already the doom and gloom people are out there predicting the end of the world. Enough already! See how the guy fits in first now. Nobody here at this point knows yet if this is going to be a good or bad pickup yet.
     
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    Give him a chance, and let BB decide. If brady wanted him back I'm sold
     
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    and it's not even April 1st.

     
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    Comparing Patten to Galloway?  Come on Tex, you're better than that.  

    Galloway's problem wasn't age or athleticism, it was a complete inability to even remotely adapt the complexity of the Patriots' sight adjustment offense and be where Brady needed him to be.  

    That is EXACTLY what Patten CAN bring, is an understanding of the offense and knowing where to be.  Yes he's old, but he is literally the opposite of Joey Galloway in terms of his fit for the Patriots offense.
     
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    In Response to Re: David Patten:
    In Response to David Patten :      The 55 year old Patten is this years' Joey Galloway. Will the Pats ever learn?
    Posted by TexasPat3
    to-shay!
     
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    In Response to Re: David Patten:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: David Patten : So you are saying that Patten doesn't have chemestry with Brady and doesn't know the offense?  That is 100% wrong, shows how much you know about the Pats.
    Posted by m1021us[/QUOTe] he dosent have chemistry with brady.brady dosent have complete chemistry with moss and they have been together for three years straight.patten,and brady havent played together in years.
     
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    Re: David Patten

    I'll never forget the game David Patten had against Indy in 2001. He had a 29 yard rushing touchdown, a 91 yard receiving touchdown, a 60 yard touchdown completion and a 6 yard receiving touchdown. By 2004 he was surpassed in the depth chart by Deion Branch and David Givens and did not start a game in the playoffs. Its been a long time since then, I'm not getting my hopes up.
     

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