Jonathan Dwyer

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    Jonathan Dwyer

    Dwyer might have had a bad combine but as watched this video of him i think he should be takened with the 53rd pick, because he shows great strength, good break away speed, and good quickness to elude tackles.


     
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    Dwyer has to lose some weight and show that he commited to playing football. Hardesty and Blount could also be late 2nd round picks for the Pats.
     
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    LenDale White 2.0
     
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    I agree with John Hannah! - I'm thinking more like Hardesty and Blount as possible late 2nd's....
     
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    Agree with Ben Tate.
     
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    Id take a chance on Blount - the guy would be a great addition for the patriots - if somehow they can get him in either the 3rd or 4th rounds. granted they pick up a 3rd rounder in a trade. Think Blount would be a great back to have within the redzone and during the 4th quarter.
     
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    Would love to get Ben Tate but we will need to move into the 3rd round to grab him after his showing at the Combine and Pro Day.  He is an all-around RB that every team should want.
     
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    Would love to get Ben Tate but we will need to move into the 3rd round to grab him after his showing at the Combine and Pro Day.  He is an all-around RB that every team should want.
    Posted by deville220


    Tate is worth the 53rd pick, I would not mind him being the last pick in the 2nd.  He has it all, big back with speed and has above average hands.  He was used as a WR at Auburn in some of their packages, would love to see him or Toby Gerhart picked in the 2nd.
     
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    Ben Tate is my guy.
     
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    Agree with Ben Tate.
    Posted by rocher

     I change my mind Ben Tate needs to be taken with the 53rd pick he's 5'11 220 lbs. and ran a 4.34 40-time and also benched 25 reps at the combine would be a pick up
     
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    In Response to Re: Jonathan Dwyer : Tate is worth the 53rd pick, I would not mind him being the last pick in the 2nd.  He has it all, big back with speed and has above average hands.  He was used as a WR at Auburn in some of their packages, would love to see him or Toby Gerhart picked in the 2nd.
    Posted by Pats7393


    I certainly don't mind using our last 2nd rounder on Tate since I think so highly of him; however, we do have the Raiders 1st rounder for next year so I think we can wait on an RB this year without having to reach a bit (reaching relative to where "pros" have him).
     
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    I agree on Ben Tate.. he's a solid back who could do a lot of things for this offense. 

    A lot of scouts worry about Dwyer's lateral agility and his side-to-side move-making ability.  McFadden didn't have much of it, as well have other backs who were highly rated and never lived up to it.  They're starting to learn that it's something a back needs to have to be successful.  I agree.
     
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    Blount is not a 2nd rounder with those character issues either. 
    Posted by russgriswold

     We could use a couple of players that want to punch someone in the mouth. Don't get me wrong, I'm still a Gerhart guy, but I miss when the Pats had attitude.
     
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    Dwyer has to lose some weight and show that he commited to playing football. Hardesty and Blount could also be late 2nd round picks for the Pats.
    Posted by JohnHannahrulz



    I'll 2nd that! While reading various news outlets, they question the kids desire for football. And his production was more system than skill related. I like Hardesty as well. He's a 1 cut runner who doesnt shy away from contact. And he's got a lil wiggle to him, too. Blount I havent seen much of. Well, besides the club punch that the 4 letter network replayed about a million times.
     
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    interesting insight laz. you may have put a finger to why i have a hard time choosing an rb for my mock. the highest that i have picked a rb is at 53, i believe hardesty, yet even that is not a pick that i have conviction for. i just struggle to find anyone in the draft who could be a 3-down back (requires versatility in ne's system), who would not turn out to be like maroney.

    so what is the solution this year? it would be nice if they could solve their running game by flipping things and drafting a big OL (by your description of the problem, an OG or C). this year though, i don't know if there will be any left that would make sense at ne's picks.

    if i remember correctly, there are seven teams in the top 10 picks who gave up 40 or more sacks. despite what the experts are saying, seeing 6 OLs go in the top 10 is plausible. add to that SF who might go for an OT, while Pit probably will pick Pouncey. after that, i don't believe any of the remaining OLs deserves to picked in the 2nd round. and i don't think Velheer (if that is his name) will be there in the 4th.
     
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    LAZ- You attack the issue like Maroney hitting the hole.
     
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    based on what laz said at the bottom of his novel-length post blount appears to be the best option.  BB has a history of sorting out character issues and i expect no less if the patriots pick up blount in the 2nd round.
     
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    LAZ- You attack the issue like Maroney hitting the hole.
    Posted by Cyberknot

    LOL
     
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