Pats sign Collie

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    Oft injured.....

    "Don't touch my Leatherhelmet!!"

     
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    High five!!!!!

    "Don't touch my Leatherhelmet!!"

     
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    Egad - a 3 page thread on a back-of-the-roster insurance signing.  Impressive.

     
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    I don't care what you all think - Collie is going to help. One mre person to throw to.

     

     
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    Collie is a very good receiver, but admittedly, I would rather not see him play. 

    Fans in Indy were seriously concerned about this guy's life after the concussions he had.  They didn't just wobble him, they knocked him stiff and out. 

    The guy is fearless in a not so smart way.  I hope he helps you guys and manages to stay away from hits. 

     
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    I don't care what you all think - Collie is going to help. One mre person to throw to.

     



    Solid depth regardless.....

     
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    Collie is a solid vet who played with success under Manning. He knows how to learn a difficult offense. He'll produce if he gets on the field

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    "I don't care what you all think - Collie is going to help. One mre person to throw to."

    Sounds like the makings of a real championship offense!!!!

     

         
     
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    I think this is a solid move personally.  He is a very good player when healthy.  You can't get much off the scrap heap at this point in the season and he was the best of the unemployed WRs out there.

     
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    Good. This was something I suggested weeks ago.

     



         I'd be more impressed if something were done to address the glaring need at DT. How does wasting that 48th overall pick in 2012 on Tavon Wilson look now...when BB passed up a chance to add a good, young DT? 

     



    All I want BB to draft with picks 1 and 3 from now on is DL. When he does that we win. The rest can be filled with FA, UDFA and draft. This is if he drafts D. The O works just fine with Brady here.

     
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    i wouldn't be surprised if he was cut within 2 weeks. Heck, I wouldn't be surprised if he is gone by the end of the weekend.

    Perhaps an insurance policy if  Dobson/Thompkins/Amendola all can't go. all 3 are on the injury list for this week.




    Or perhaps the veteran presence BB should have went with right out of the gate, instead of relying on clueless rookies.

     
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    Good. This was something I suggested weeks ago.

     



         I'd be more impressed if something were done to address the glaring need at DT. How does wasting that 48th overall pick in 2012 on Tavon Wilson look now...when BB passed up a chance to add a good, young DT? 

     




    BB has a bushel basket of terrible picks to choose from.

     
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    Collie is a very good receiver, but admittedly, I would rather not see him play. 

    Fans in Indy were seriously concerned about this guy's life after the concussions he had.  They didn't just wobble him, they knocked him stiff and out. 

    The guy is fearless in a not so smart way.  I hope he helps you guys and manages to stay away from hits. 




    That's exactly what worries me. Another WR that can get hurt on the next big hit. 

    so where's he at ?  Recovered fully from the patella tendon tear ?

     
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    I really do not understand this signing.  The Jets took him in for a look, they didn't even want the guy.   With all the injuries the Patriots have, you would think they would sign a more  durable player.

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    How much you wanna make a bet I can throw a football over them mountains?... Yeah... Coach woulda put me in fourth quarter, we would've been state champions. No doubt. No doubt in my mind.

     
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     Sounds like a stop gap if Amendola, Dobson, and Thompkins are all out. I don't expect him to stick for the season unless some of our receivers are headed for IR. 

     
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    Collie is a very good receiver, but admittedly, I would rather not see him play. 

    Fans in Indy were seriously concerned about this guy's life after the concussions he had.  They didn't just wobble him, they knocked him stiff and out. 

    The guy is fearless in a not so smart way.  I hope he helps you guys and manages to stay away from hits. 

     




    That's exactly what worries me. Another WR that can get hurt on the next big hit. 

     

    so where's he at ?  Recovered fully from the patella tendon tear ?


     as far as I know.

     
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    I really do not understand this signing.  The Jets took him in for a look, they didn't even want the guy.   With all the injuries the Patriots have, you would think they would sign a more  durable player.

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    Back in '82, I used to be able to throw a pigskin a quarter mile.

    How much you wanna make a bet I can throw a football over them mountains?... Yeah... Coach woulda put me in fourth quarter, we would've been state champions. No doubt. No doubt in my mind.

     



    Sounds great, Bustchise. Maybe it's because the Jets are morons? They signed David Nelson who Buffalo and Cleveland didn't want.  

     

    Collie has talent, he's just had a rash of injuries.



    I don't think anyone said he does not have talent, have they?  Can he stay on the field?  He is one hit away from being a veggie salad, that is the issue.   You seem to always dodge the real issues.  But that seems pretty normal for you.

     
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    No way he can learn "The Super Hard" playbook well enough, in 3 days, to provide any sort of insurance other then running simple routes.  Probably would of been better to sign Sims, at least he's been in the system and doesn't have brain injury issues.

     
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    No, Bustchise.  There are many WRs in this league who have concussions. I am well aware of his bad luck in his career.

     

    David Nelson also has injury issues.  There aren't many FA WRs available on the market, which is the point of this.

    DeAndre Hopkins already had a concussion and has faded in his last couple of games. If he aggravates it again, so quickly, he could end up like Collie.

    You act like every single injury is only a Pats related problem, Bustchise. It's not.

    Your own WR, Santonio Holmes is out a month and maybe for the season with that Lisfranc injury hidden underneath his hammy problem.

    Enjoy!




    I don't care about Holmes or Hopkins, I only care about the Patriots.  I think it is a very bad decesion to sign him in the first place, you don't?  Maybe you should read these:

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1344983-austin-collie-must-retire-or-indianapolis-colts-must-force-decision-for-him

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/story/19883912/why-is-concussionprone-austin-collie-still-in-nfl-hes-like-his-dad

    http://www.stampedeblue.com/2012/8/20/3255179/after-latest-concussion-austin-collie-must-seriously-consider-hanging

    I cannot believe you would spin this any other way.  Bad decision by the Patriots to sign this guy.  Why do they sign so many players who get hurt all the time? 

    And why do you care so much about other teams players, Holmes, Hopkins?  Do you feel the need to have to always bring up other players and teams in order to defend our team and  cover up our teams questionable decisions?  Why do you have such a hard time accepting that our team does have some shortcomings?  

    I bet you set at home by yourself every Sunday and watch the game, I certainly don't see why anoyone would want to be around you.  

     
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    No, Bustchise.  There are many WRs in this league who have concussions. I am well aware of his bad luck in his career.

     

    David Nelson also has injury issues.  There aren't many FA WRs available on the market, which is the point of this.

    DeAndre Hopkins already had a concussion and has faded in his last couple of games. If he aggravates it again, so quickly, he could end up like Collie.

    You act like every single injury is only a Pats related problem, Bustchise. It's not.

    Your own WR, Santonio Holmes is out a month and maybe for the season with that Lisfranc injury hidden underneath his hammy problem.

    Enjoy!

     

     




    I don't care about Holmes or Hopkins, I only care about the Patriots.  I think it is a very bad decesion to sign him in the first place, you don't?  Maybe you should read these:

     

     

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1344983-austin-collie-must-retire-or-indianapolis-colts-must-force-decision-for-him

    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/story/19883912/why-is-concussionprone-austin-collie-still-in-nfl-hes-like-his-dad

    http://www.stampedeblue.com/2012/8/20/3255179/after-latest-concussion-austin-collie-must-seriously-consider-hanging

    I cannot believe you would spin this any other way.  Bad decision by the Patriots to sign this guy.  Why do they sign so many players who get hurt all the time? 

    And why do you care so much about other teams players, Holmes, Hopkins?  Do you feel the need to have to always bring up other players and teams in order to defend our team and  cover up our teams questionable decisions?  Why do you have such a hard time accepting that our team does have some shortcomings?  

    I bet you set at home by yourself every Sunday and watch the game, I certainly don't see why anoyone would want to be around you.  



    How about the two great leaders of the NY Jets, Mark Sanchez (BUTTFUMBLE I) and Geno Smith (BUTTFUMBLE II) ???

     

     

     

    Bustchise/Uncle Rico/Fletcherbrook/section136/phatrex/fatsam/whodeawhodat/BungaloBill/DontQuestionBB are all the same Jet Troll...BEWARE OF THE FAILURE THAT HE BRINGSSSSSSS, AFTER ALL, HE'S A JETS FAN......BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!



    You are wasting your time and space in every thread.  I am not a jets fan, I am not bustchise, funny that you and rusty think I am, shows how much that guy is in your heads.  Sad, very sad that you would let someone like that get to you like he apparently does.  the two of you are mental midgets letting him get the better of you.

     
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