pats are retaining former players and locking up others.when are they gonna sign players to improve the team?

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    So what. There are no dominant teams in the NFL anymore. There are no dominant defenses. The Colts won 7 of their games by 20 points total. Many come from behind wins. The Saints lost to the Bucs when they were trying to win. The Raiders beat the Steelers, Eagles and Bengals. Every team "struggles" for wins. They are not easy to come by in todays NFL. IMO Brady stunk last year when the game was on the line. Blame it on the o-line, blame it on injuries. It doesn't matter. He will do better this year. We will never again see the dominant Patriot teams of 2003 and 2004. You don't need to be dominant to win a super bowl. You just need to make the playoffs and play mistake-free football. A little luck helps too.
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    Buffalo?  Indy wasn't his fault that Faulk bobbled the ball....
     
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    Snyder from the Redskins signs big free agents every year. What does it do for them?
     
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    Statistically, Brady had his second best year in 2009, 2007 was his best. It was in the fourth-quarter where he struggled. Peyton Manning led the league with a fourth-quarter rating of 116.0, New Orleans’ Drew Brees’ mark was 113.4, Brady's mark was 75.9.
    http://www.projo.com/patriots/content/Patriots_Tom_Brady_01-08-10_HDH1RCL_v7.36f2651.html

    Against teams such as the Jets, Broncos, Colts and Dolphins last year — all road losses — New England couldn’t move the ball in the fourth-quarter, and it didn’t put enough points on the board to win.

    Tom Brady is a winner, and I hope he plays with NE another ten years. But he was just average in fourth-quarters last year.
     
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    I hate to burst anyones bubbles but other than 2007, the Pats NEVER dominated for more than a game here or there during their Superbowl run. Oh, once they got a lead, or within a score of the opponent, you knew they were going to win somehow. But dominate? Not usually. That just wasn't the "Patriot way".
     
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    Moss I agree with you. They need to get better than last year if they are to compete with the best teams especially on D. Brady has won them 3 superbowls but they need to take full advantage of having  this HOF QB. Brady has another 2 superbowls in him if the Pats put the right team around him again.
     
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