First Wr on my Post Season Pats Wish List

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    First Wr on my Post Season Pats Wish List

    Post super bowl analysis yields the need for a hopkins and or a rogers  (my second wr is

    da rick rogers (hes compared to julio jones).

     

    DeAndre Hopkins would add outside explosion

    http://bostonherald.com/sports/patriots_nfl/the_blitz/2013/04/drafting_the_pats_deandre_hopkins_would_add_outside_explosion

    10 inch hands. rips the ball in bigtime traffic

    36 vetical, 4.51 40

    2.61 20, 1.58 10, 4.5 shuttle, 6.83 cone

    compares to reggie wayne.

    2012 acc best yards catcehs and tds (second in nation)

    first team all conference.

     

     

    Da'Rick Rogers, WR

     

    Rogers is a virtual Julio Jones clone, exhibiting an exciting combination of size, strength and explosiveness.

    6 3 -6 -4 , 220

    4.5 40

    6.71 cone

    4.06 shuttle

    2.56 20

    1.61 10

    39.5 vertical leap, 9.5 inch hands.

    a plus is that he should be available in 2nd round due ot off field post issue

    lead teh sec in 2011 in yards and was first team all sec

     

     

    unless we get a high 2nd for mallet, 

    my current strategy has us nabbing the stud de / pass rusher "tank" carradine (graded a top 10 pick before injuring his knee) in rd 1

    and rogers in rd 2 (backups picks wr j hunter,  wr a. dobson)

    if we get a top rd 2 pick i like carradine in rd 1, hopkins and rogers in rd 2

    cb, dt, safety, cover lb, or  o line in rd 3.

     
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    In response to bredbru's comment:

    Post super bowl analysis yields the need for a hopkins and or a rogers  (my second wr is

    da rick rogers (hes compared to julio jones).

     

    DeAndre Hopkins would add outside explosion

    http://bostonherald.com/sports/patriots_nfl/the_blitz/2013/04/drafting_the_pats_deandre_hopkins_would_add_outside_explosion

    10 inch hands. rips the ball in bigtime traffic

    36 vetical, 4.51 40

    2.61 20, 1.58 10, 4.5 shuttle, 6.83 cone

    compares to reggie wayne.

    2012 acc best yards catcehs and tds (second in nation)

    first team all conference.

     

     

    Da'Rick Rogers, WR

     

    Rogers is a virtual Julio Jones clone, exhibiting an exciting combination of size, strength and explosiveness.

    6 3 -6 -4 , 220

    4.5 40

    6.71 cone

    4.06 shuttle

    2.56 20

    1.61 10

    39.5 vertical leap, 9.5 inch hands.

    a plus is that he should be available in 2nd round due ot off field post issue

    lead teh sec in 2011 in yards and was first team all sec

     

     

    unless we get a high 2nd for mallet, 

    my current strategy has us nabbing the stud de / pass rusher "tank" carradine (graded a top 10 pick before injuring his knee) in rd 1

    and rogers in rd 2 (backups picks wr j hunter,  wr a. dobson)

    if we get a top rd 2 pick i like carradine in rd 1, hopkins and rogers in rd 2

    cb, dt, safety, cover lb, or  o line in rd 3.



    I'd take Patterson first if he's available, but... he probably won't be.

     
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    How about the kid from Marshall?  Andre Dobson---not sure if that is his name, but seems to have the tangibles--4.40 40, big, smart (captain on team etc)---and if memory serves right the last two receivers we had from Marshall were pretty decent....

     
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    go with TIGHT END again. 

     
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    I'd take Patterson first if he's available, but... he probably won't be.



    Right on.  Patterson out of U. of Teen. is going to be a star in NFL

     
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    D'Andre Hopkins would be a great choice in Rd 1. His skill set reads like it would work here.  BB did visit with him at the Combine, for that is worth.



    With the 29th pick the New England Patriots pick...DeAndre Hopkins.  Book it!  BB is banking on Armstead being a real find and scoop from north of the border.  He knows Argos fans are crying in their Labatts Blue over his departure. 

     
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    In response to RidingWithTheKingII's comment:

    In response to ultpatfan's comment:

     

    In response to RidingWithTheKingII's comment:

     

    D'Andre Hopkins would be a great choice in Rd 1. His skill set reads like it would work here.  BB did visit with him at the Combine, for that is worth.

     



    With the 29th pick the New England Patriots pick...DeAndre Hopkins.  Book it!  BB is banking on Armstead being a real find and scoop from north of the border.  He knows Argos fans are crying in their Labatts Blue over his departure. 

     

     




    It would honestly be the first time I can think of where I would want him to take a WR in Rd 1. The rookie cap is in place now, there is a need for a well rounded skill set in here and it's worth the risk, IMO.  His interview on NFLN impressed me.  I expected one of these unpolished, awkward kids and he's not. 

     

    Use a 3rd for Emmanuel Sanders, give him a new deal at maybe 3 mil per year (assuming he's the real deal in camp), get 2nd rder back for Mallett, maybe us that 2nd to trade back into the 3rd and maybe add a 4th rounder, and grab one of those DTs early on.

    I'd be happy with those kinds of moves along with hopefully getting a vet pass rusher in here.

    You'd have Amendola, Sanders and this Hopkins kid which is more than enough WR talent. Jones is your project for a year and you deal with his situation later, assuming he makes the club.

     




    I agree, tool bag.

     
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    Re: First Wr on my Post Season Pats Wish List

    In response to ultpatfan's comment:

    In response to bredbru's comment:

     

    Post super bowl analysis yields the need for a hopkins and or a rogers  (my second wr is

    da rick rogers (hes compared to julio jones).

     

    DeAndre Hopkins would add outside explosion

    http://bostonherald.com/sports/patriots_nfl/the_blitz/2013/04/drafting_the_pats_deandre_hopkins_would_add_outside_explosion

    10 inch hands. rips the ball in bigtime traffic

    36 vetical, 4.51 40

    2.61 20, 1.58 10, 4.5 shuttle, 6.83 cone

    compares to reggie wayne.

    2012 acc best yards catcehs and tds (second in nation)

    first team all conference.

     

     

    Da'Rick Rogers, WR

     

    Rogers is a virtual Julio Jones clone, exhibiting an exciting combination of size, strength and explosiveness.

    6 3 -6 -4 , 220

    4.5 40

    6.71 cone

    4.06 shuttle

    2.56 20

    1.61 10

    39.5 vertical leap, 9.5 inch hands.

    a plus is that he should be available in 2nd round due ot off field post issue

    lead teh sec in 2011 in yards and was first team all sec

     

     

    unless we get a high 2nd for mallet, 

    my current strategy has us nabbing the stud de / pass rusher "tank" carradine (graded a top 10 pick before injuring his knee) in rd 1

    and rogers in rd 2 (backups picks wr j hunter,  wr a. dobson)

    if we get a top rd 2 pick i like carradine in rd 1, hopkins and rogers in rd 2

    cb, dt, safety, cover lb, or  o line in rd 3.

     



    I'd take Patterson first if he's available, but... he probably won't be.

     



    patterson wont be. he has huge upside, but a big potential bust who really odesnt knwo how to play wr yet.

     
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    In response to rbetourne's comment:

    How about the kid from Marshall?  Andre Dobson---not sure if that is his name, but seems to have the tangibles--4.40 40, big, smart (captain on team etc)---and if memory serves right the last two receivers we had from Marshall were pretty decent....



    rebtourne, did you read the whole post? dobson is one of my baKUP possibilities :)

     
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    How about the kid from Marshall?  Andre Dobson---not sure if that is his name, but seems to have the tangibles--4.40 40, big, smart (captain on team etc)---and if memory serves right the last two receivers we had from Marshall were pretty decent....

     




     

    Well it seems you are not alone regarding Dobson.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1592043-why-the-new-england-patriots-absolutely-must-draft-aaron-dobson



    jj, did you read at bottom of my original post?

     
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    In response to alfred-e-bob-neumier's comment:

    While I think a late first rounder should be used on a DL or really good OL, I have no problem with them taking a decent, fast WR in the first round....several sites have us drafting Hopkins...more likely will pick someone up in rd. 2 or 3..BB rarely likes to pick a WR in rd. 1



    i was on the kid early befor he was a first rd projection.

     
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    In response to ultpatfan's comment:

    In response to RidingWithTheKingII's comment:

     

    D'Andre Hopkins would be a great choice in Rd 1. His skill set reads like it would work here.  BB did visit with him at the Combine, for that is worth.

     



    With the 29th pick the New England Patriots pick...DeAndre Hopkins.  Book it!  BB is banking on Armstead being a real find and scoop from north of the border.  He knows Argos fans are crying in their Labatts Blue over his departure. 

     



    we need a pass rusher.

    did you read my whole draft thought?

    check it out and let me knwo your thoughts

     
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    In response to RidingWithTheKingII's comment:

    In response to mthurl's comment:

     

    In response to RidingWithTheKingII's comment:

     

    In response to ultpatfan's comment:

     

    In response to RidingWithTheKingII's comment:

     

    D'Andre Hopkins would be a great choice in Rd 1. His skill set reads like it would work here.  BB did visit with him at the Combine, for that is worth.

     



    With the 29th pick the New England Patriots pick...DeAndre Hopkins.  Book it!  BB is banking on Armstead being a real find and scoop from north of the border.  He knows Argos fans are crying in their Labatts Blue over his departure. 

     

     




    It would honestly be the first time I can think of where I would want him to take a WR in Rd 1. The rookie cap is in place now, there is a need for a well rounded skill set in here and it's worth the risk, IMO.  His interview on NFLN impressed me.  I expected one of these unpolished, awkward kids and he's not. 

     

    Use a 3rd for Emmanuel Sanders, give him a new deal at maybe 3 mil per year (assuming he's the real deal in camp), get 2nd rder back for Mallett, maybe us that 2nd to trade back into the 3rd and maybe add a 4th rounder, and grab one of those DTs early on.

    I'd be happy with those kinds of moves along with hopefully getting a vet pass rusher in here.

    You'd have Amendola, Sanders and this Hopkins kid which is more than enough WR talent. Jones is your project for a year and you deal with his situation later, assuming he makes the club.

     

     




    I agree, tool bag.

     

     



    Here is a perfect example of me being called a name, but everyone always claims I start with the namecalling.

     

    Classic.

     



    if you want to stop calling others names and berating, you woudl be supported (you would hafve a lot of reparaions to make up though dotn overlook that). if you ignore when someone does same (name calls or berates), thats exactly what we are suggesting.

     
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    Re: First Wr on my Post Season Pats Wish List

    Brandon Kaufman from Eastern Washington is coming out early and could be a nice late round pick. I think he's 6' 5" with good hands and excellent leaping ability.

     
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    In response to trouts' comment:

    Brandon Kaufman from Eastern Washington is coming out early and could be a nice late round pick. I think he's 6' 5" with good hands and excellent leaping ability.



    speed?

    route running?

    nice find

     
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    In response to jri37's comment:

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    How about the kid from Marshall?  Andre Dobson---not sure if that is his name, but seems to have the tangibles--4.40 40, big, smart (captain on team etc)---and if memory serves right the last two receivers we had from Marshall were pretty decent....

     




     

    Well it seems you are not alone regarding Dobson.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1592043-why-the-new-england-patriots-absolutely-must-draft-aaron-dobson

     



    jj, did you read at bottom of my original post?

     

     



    Sorry, I missed it. I now see you like him in rnd 2. Based on everything I have read about this kid he seems to have all the intangibles BB looks for in any player.

     

    I didn't see any Marshall games this year and I am wondering if anybody has sen the kid play?

     

    hey jj,

    seen some highlights. dont remember where, try youtube

     
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    Re: First Wr on my Post Season Pats Wish List

    In response to bredbru's comment:

    In response to trouts' comment:

     

    Brandon Kaufman from Eastern Washington is coming out early and could be a nice late round pick. I think he's 6' 5" with good hands and excellent leaping ability.

     



    speed?

     

    route running?

    nice find

    He's not a blazer (4.5) but has a terrific knack for shielding smaller CBs from the ball. He's supposed to be pretty bright, so that's a plus when you think about how difficult it was for guys like Ocho Cinco to learn the Patriots offensive schemes.


     
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