Lessons Learned:

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    Lessons Learned:

    Lets agree that after 3of 4 SuperBowls BB has some license to experiment a bit.

    The experiment with "value players" has failed:
    Its well documented elsewhere that the mid round picks and mid level FA have not worked.

    -The Brady/Edelman low round picks are dumb luck/come once in a long while. So dont plan on them.
    -The 1st round picks are more of a sure thing: Seymour/Wilfork/Mayo/Mankins etc...

    Dont let a starter walk away with no replacement on the roster:
    Bledsoe - /> Brady --Great
    Woody - /> Koppen --good
    Milloy - /> Harrison --good
    Washington - /> Wilfork--good
    Ty Law - /> Asante --good

    Asante - /> Deltha --Bad
    Seymour- />Green --Bad
    Gafney - /> Galloway --Bad
    Branch - /> Gabriel - Bad
    Vrabel - /> Burgess --Bad

    Stud players are hard to comeby:
    - If you have them on your roster, keep them happy-pay them, dont let them walk away.(Asante, Seymour, Branch, Givens)
    --or risk paying other teams Stud players and have them bomb! on your team (Thomas/Colvin??(ok injury had a lot to do with it...but you get the point)


    Thats some of what "I" have learnt!!

     
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    Re: Lessons Learned:

    geoffchox

    you could add coaches to your list.

    Crennel /> Manweenie=bad
    Manweenie /> Pees=better
    Weis />McDaniels=good
    McDaniels /> O'Brien=bad
     
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    Re: Lessons Learned:

    Harley, one flaw, the coaches choose to move on.  They are offered promotions with more money etc. 
     
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    Re: Lessons Learned:

    So what you're saying is that there have been some good roster moves and some bad roster moves.  Fascinating.  Maybe what we really need is a crystal ball that will tell us which players will pan out!
     
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    Re: Lessons Learned:

    themightypatriotz
    So what you're saying is that there have been some good roster moves and some bad roster moves.  Fascinating.  Maybe what we really need is a crystal ball that will tell us which players will pan out!

    Take another look at the examples...all the good moves were with a player already on the roster and all bad one were for a "new" player from someone else's roster. The point being if you have a good one, why let them go?


     
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    Re: Lessons Learned:

    @Laz....I think Pryor is going to be a surprise.  The guy gets it.  When he gets his chance at some PT he is usually in on most plays.  Brace...im not sure about that guy.
     
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