Re: Peter King
posted at 8/16/2010 3:20 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Peter King
In Response to Re: Peter King : What does edelmans progession have to do with how tate or price progress? any more then how Jackson and Johnson did not progess have to do with tate or price? You mention ONLY edelman like every rookie will progress like he did. Thats NOT the case. Plus no one was even discussing edelman. They have Moss at #1, assuming welker is healthy, he is in the slot. Edelman is welkers backup in the slot unless you are suggesting using him as the #2? If not, you are starting two rookie TE's (maybe Grumpler starts but he would only block), a rookie at #2 (Price or Tate), and have a rookie as #4 (Price or Tate). Thats alot of Rookies. So I dont think its being a troll for saying there is some uncertainty there and alittle worrisome.
Posted by Patsman2
I would not call you a Troll for being worried, it's valid. What would you call me for stating the otherside of our chances?
Moss - Better than last year, he's healthy
Welker- back to 100% by mid season
Edleman- plays some outside, dual slot, H back roles, gets his touches and easily breaks out for 60 plus Rec.
Tate- solid verticle threat that finally gets on page with Brady like Galloway couldn't. Over 15ypc and may only get 30-40 Rec but needs to be respected.
Her, Gronk, Crump- Great blocking, red zone threat, 10-15 TD's from the group.
I say better than any rec group in Brady's career if above becomes reality. Almost as likely as the doom and gloom scenario. I think both can be argued equaly and if your a Pats fan lets pull for this one.