Pit matched orrer sheet for Sanders

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    This is a strong draft for WR's. There is plenty of talent to be had after the first round. Robert Woods, Marcus Wheaton, Maybe Justin Hunter, DaRick Rogers, Steadman Bailey.

     




    Thats all fine and dandy, if only the Pats knew how to pick em.

     

     



    Notice how it changed when Brady wanted more shotgun. Branch and Givens were pretty good.

     

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    Oh, yes, crusty.  The following future HoF receivers all failed because TB prefers the SG and all went on to light the world on fire.  Wait, did the horrible experience ruin them for life?

     

    Or did BB actually use a dart board with names,when selecting them?

    Patriots receivers drafted in the Belichick era (2000-present): Deion Branch (second, 2002), David Givens (second, 2002), Bethel Johnson (second, 2003), P.K. Sam (fifth, 2004), Chad Jackson (second, 2006), Brandon Tate (third, 2009), Julian Edelman (seventh, 2009), Taylor Price (third, 2010), Jeremy Ebert (seventh, 2012).

    Jeeze, will ya look at that list?  It's a wonder they won 4 games!

    Wow!  The best one is a 7th rounder.

    Guess 7th rounders are better in the SG, Right?

     

     



    Troy Brown was undrafted. Paatten may have been undrafted, too.  Would you even be raving about David Patten if he didn't help win a couple SBs?

     

    Who cares WHERE someone is drafted? Johnny Unitas was undrafted.

    You know nothing about the game of football.  BB secured Moss and Welker, amongst other FAs that were just fine with Tommy Boy here. 

    Get over it. Brady underperformed in 2 out of the last 5 SBs with big name receivers on the team.

    How is Limas Sweed doing for Pitt these days? Every team has a list of NCAA prospect WRs taken in the last decade who weren't good or didn't make the team.

    BB was NEVER, ever going to waste a 1st rd pick for a WR, especially pre rookie cap. Do your homework.

     

     




    Well, judging from the fact that BB has failed to draft a good receiver for the past 10 years, I'd say that it is BB that needs to do his homework.  Or at least let someone else do it for him.

    FAIL!

     
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    and as usual u read what u want to I guess-but to be honest hell yeah if u win a SB-or two- it can change ur perception of how u are going to do business going forward-absolutely regardless if GM's and coaches admit it or n

    ie: the pressure to keep an OSI or any other big name around at this stage is a helluva lot less than if they had never won-and winning championships most certainly affects to a degree how u approach the future...and if u don't think it does u know little about football and nothing about human nature



    I read what I want to?  It's not that hard to point out what a raging hypocrite you are since your own team has let players walk because of money yet you never call them cheap.  Spare me the line about "we won a championship with them so if we let them walk we aren't being cheap".  That makes absolutely no sense in the context of whether a team is cheap or not.  It is a non-sequitur at best.  Had we won one with Wes you would be posting about how we disrespected an important contributor to our SB win and that the Patriots are being cheap yet again.  Why don't you explain why the Pats gave out the 2 largest contracts in history for their position to Gronk and Hernandez if they are so cheap?  What about the big contracts they gave to Mankins and Wilfork?  The Patriots pay plenty of money to guys that want to keep.  You are just a troll with an agenda and a hypocrite at that.  Learn the game.

     

     
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    This is a strong draft for WR's. There is plenty of talent to be had after the first round. Robert Woods, Marcus Wheaton, Maybe Justin Hunter, DaRick Rogers, Steadman Bailey.

     




    Thats all fine and dandy, if only the Pats knew how to pick em.

     

     



    Notice how it changed when Brady wanted more shotgun. Branch and Givens were pretty good.

     

    lol

     




    Oh, yes, crusty.  The following future HoF receivers all failed because TB prefers the SG and all went on to light the world on fire.  Wait, did the horrible experience ruin them for life?

     

    Or did BB actually use a dart board with names,when selecting them?

    Patriots receivers drafted in the Belichick era (2000-present): Deion Branch (second, 2002), David Givens (second, 2002), Bethel Johnson (second, 2003), P.K. Sam (fifth, 2004), Chad Jackson (second, 2006), Brandon Tate (third, 2009), Julian Edelman (seventh, 2009), Taylor Price (third, 2010), Jeremy Ebert (seventh, 2012).

    Jeeze, will ya look at that list?  It's a wonder they won 4 games!

    Wow!  The best one is a 7th rounder.

    Guess 7th rounders are better in the SG, Right?

     

     



    Troy Brown was undrafted. Paatten may have been undrafted, too.  Would you even be raving about David Patten if he didn't help win a couple SBs?

     

    Who cares WHERE someone is drafted? Johnny Unitas was undrafted.

    You know nothing about the game of football.  BB secured Moss and Welker, amongst other FAs that were just fine with Tommy Boy here. 

    Get over it. Brady underperformed in 2 out of the last 5 SBs with big name receivers on the team.

    How is Limas Sweed doing for Pitt these days? Every team has a list of NCAA prospect WRs taken in the last decade who weren't good or didn't make the team.

    BB was NEVER, ever going to waste a 1st rd pick for a WR, especially pre rookie cap. Do your homework.

     

     

     




    Well, judging from the fact that BB has failed to draft a good receiver for the past 10 years, I'd say that it is BB that needs to do his homework.  Or at least let someone else do it for him.

     

    FAIL!

     




    When you're specificially not going high in the draft to draft a WR, it's not surprising he hasn't had great success.

     

    He prefers to use trades to acquire the WRs since the offense is complex and Brady has very high standards.  Everyone else understands this, but you.

    Please learn about your own team's strategies and WHY they exist, you moron.

     




    Oh, Chad Jackson @ 2 wasn't high?  Fail!

     

    Maybe they need not draft any and put those picks to more DB's.  Fail!

    Maybe you should learn BB can't draft WR's and DB's.  Period!

    Yes, nobody has intimate knowledge of BB like you!   LOL

    In the wake of losing receiver Emmanuel Sanders to the Steelers, the Patriots’ outlook at receiver remains murky. Of the five receivers with the Patriots last season, only Julian Edelman (21 catches) is under contract for 2013.

    So how will the Patriots upgrade at the position? The draft seems like their best option.

    “They have to find a receiver in the draft, which they haven’t done since 2002 when they drafted Deion Branch and David Givens,” Mike Reiss said at ESPNBoston.com’s Patriots Draft Special (video above). “Their track record at the position isn’t very good. There’s no real answers out there in free agency right now. It tells us the importance at that position.”

    Bill Belichick’s track record drafting receivers says it all.

    2002: Deion Branch (second round) and David Givens (seventh round)
    2003: Bethel Johnson (second round; traded up)
    2004: P.K. Sam (fifth round)
    2006: Chad Jackson (second round; traded up)
    2009: Brandon Tate (third round)
    2010: Taylor Price (third round)

    “Based on that track record, what confidence should they have they’re going to get one?,” Reiss asked.

    ESPN analyst Trevor Matich had some good news for the Patriots. He thinks receiver is one of the deepest positions in the draft. His advice for Belichick?

    “What they really need is a receiver that can stretch the field,” said Matich, who added that a big play receiver would make defenses think twice about clogging the middle of the field to deal with with tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez.

     
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    This is a strong draft for WR's. There is plenty of talent to be had after the first round. Robert Woods, Marcus Wheaton, Maybe Justin Hunter, DaRick Rogers, Steadman Bailey.

     




    Thats all fine and dandy, if only the Pats knew how to pick em.

     

     



    Notice how it changed when Brady wanted more shotgun. Branch and Givens were pretty good.

     

    lol

     




    Oh, yes, crusty.  The following future HoF receivers all failed because TB prefers the SG and all went on to light the world on fire.  Wait, did the horrible experience ruin them for life?

     

    Or did BB actually use a dart board with names,when selecting them?

    Patriots receivers drafted in the Belichick era (2000-present): Deion Branch (second, 2002), David Givens (second, 2002), Bethel Johnson (second, 2003), P.K. Sam (fifth, 2004), Chad Jackson (second, 2006), Brandon Tate (third, 2009), Julian Edelman (seventh, 2009), Taylor Price (third, 2010), Jeremy Ebert (seventh, 2012).

    Jeeze, will ya look at that list?  It's a wonder they won 4 games!

    Wow!  The best one is a 7th rounder.

    Guess 7th rounders are better in the SG, Right?

     

     



    Troy Brown was undrafted. Paatten may have been undrafted, too.  Would you even be raving about David Patten if he didn't help win a couple SBs?

     

    Who cares WHERE someone is drafted? Johnny Unitas was undrafted.

    You know nothing about the game of football.  BB secured Moss and Welker, amongst other FAs that were just fine with Tommy Boy here. 

    Get over it. Brady underperformed in 2 out of the last 5 SBs with big name receivers on the team.

    How is Limas Sweed doing for Pitt these days? Every team has a list of NCAA prospect WRs taken in the last decade who weren't good or didn't make the team.

    BB was NEVER, ever going to waste a 1st rd pick for a WR, especially pre rookie cap. Do your homework.

     

     

     




    Well, judging from the fact that BB has failed to draft a good receiver for the past 10 years, I'd say that it is BB that needs to do his homework.  Or at least let someone else do it for him.

     

    FAIL!

     




    When you're specificially not going high in the draft to draft a WR, it's not surprising he hasn't had great success.

     

    He prefers to use trades to acquire the WRs since the offense is complex and Brady has very high standards.  Everyone else understands this, but you.

    Please learn about your own team's strategies and WHY they exist, you moron.

     




    Oh, Chad Jackson @ 2 wasn't high?  Fail!

     

    Maybe they need not draft any and put those picks to more DB's.  Fail!

    Maybe you should learn BB can't draft WR's and DB's.  Period!

     




    That's one pick. Generally speaking, BB doesn't go high and miss and he's never gone in the 1st rd in his career.

     

    That's the point.

    Superb try on the deflection, though.  lol

     



    What deflection?  Maybe you should learn what that means, seeing you do it enough.

    Maybe about time he does go high.  The lower picks obviously don't work.

      Is he afraid to waste a 1st because he can't draft?

    His QB isn't getting any younger.  Might need some real talent to help carry the team.

     
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    This is a strong draft for WR's. There is plenty of talent to be had after the first round. Robert Woods, Marcus Wheaton, Maybe Justin Hunter, DaRick Rogers, Steadman Bailey.

     




    Thats all fine and dandy, if only the Pats knew how to pick em.

     

     



    Notice how it changed when Brady wanted more shotgun. Branch and Givens were pretty good.

     

    lol

     




    Oh, yes, crusty.  The following future HoF receivers all failed because TB prefers the SG and all went on to light the world on fire.  Wait, did the horrible experience ruin them for life?

     

    Or did BB actually use a dart board with names,when selecting them?

    Patriots receivers drafted in the Belichick era (2000-present): Deion Branch (second, 2002), David Givens (second, 2002), Bethel Johnson (second, 2003), P.K. Sam (fifth, 2004), Chad Jackson (second, 2006), Brandon Tate (third, 2009), Julian Edelman (seventh, 2009), Taylor Price (third, 2010), Jeremy Ebert (seventh, 2012).

    Jeeze, will ya look at that list?  It's a wonder they won 4 games!

    Wow!  The best one is a 7th rounder.

    Guess 7th rounders are better in the SG, Right?

     

     



    Troy Brown was undrafted. Paatten may have been undrafted, too.  Would you even be raving about David Patten if he didn't help win a couple SBs?

     

    Who cares WHERE someone is drafted? Johnny Unitas was undrafted.

    You know nothing about the game of football.  BB secured Moss and Welker, amongst other FAs that were just fine with Tommy Boy here. 

    Get over it. Brady underperformed in 2 out of the last 5 SBs with big name receivers on the team.

    How is Limas Sweed doing for Pitt these days? Every team has a list of NCAA prospect WRs taken in the last decade who weren't good or didn't make the team.

    BB was NEVER, ever going to waste a 1st rd pick for a WR, especially pre rookie cap. Do your homework.

     

     

     




    Well, judging from the fact that BB has failed to draft a good receiver for the past 10 years, I'd say that it is BB that needs to do his homework.  Or at least let someone else do it for him.

     

    FAIL!

     




    When you're specificially not going high in the draft to draft a WR, it's not surprising he hasn't had great success.

     

    He prefers to use trades to acquire the WRs since the offense is complex and Brady has very high standards.  Everyone else understands this, but you.

    Please learn about your own team's strategies and WHY they exist, you moron.

     




    Oh, Chad Jackson @ 2 wasn't high?  Fail!

     

    Maybe they need not draft any and put those picks to more DB's.  Fail!

    Maybe you should learn BB can't draft WR's and DB's.  Period!

     




    That's one pick. Generally speaking, BB doesn't go high and miss and he's never gone in the 1st rd in his career.

     

    That's the point.

    Superb try on the deflection, though.  lol

     

     



    What deflection?  Maybe you should learn what that means, seeing you do it enough.

     

    Maybe about time he does go high.  The lower picks obviously don't work.

      Is he afraid to waste a 1st because he can't draft?

    His QB isn't getting any younger.  Might need some real talent to help carry the team.

     




    What do you not understand about the rookie cap post 2011? He didn't go high because it's a pricey position to pay in the second contract, if not a complete overpayment in Rd 1 under the previous CBA.

     

    Are you this dumb?  How many times did Al Davis or Matt Millen pick in the top 10 with some over hyped WR and get a bust?  Like 10 times total in the last decade? Where were you when this was happening? lol

    Moving forward, especially in this draft WOULD be a good time to think about a WR in Rd 1.  But, the round does not decipher the quality of the pick either.

    Please learn more from others who know more.

    Finally, it's very interesting your posting activity has picked up at the first sign of something not going perfectly in FA and it happening to be at the WR with how butt hurt you come across here when it comes to who Brady throws to.

    You must have been quiet here recently because you would have looked as dumb as RKarp whining and moaning with what has been a GREAT FA period by BB so far.

    Not a coincidence.

     




    So, he just decided to go high and overpay all those failed DB's instead of failed WR's?

    I see.

    My posting has picked up because I have somewhat of a free day.  Very busy this time of year.  Not that I have to explain, but NOBODY ever looks as dumb as you.

    NOBODY!  Not Even your buddy LEON!

     

     
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    This is a strong draft for WR's. There is plenty of talent to be had after the first round. Robert Woods, Marcus Wheaton, Maybe Justin Hunter, DaRick Rogers, Steadman Bailey.

     




    Thats all fine and dandy, if only the Pats knew how to pick em.

     

     



    Notice how it changed when Brady wanted more shotgun. Branch and Givens were pretty good.

     

    lol

     




    Oh, yes, crusty.  The following future HoF receivers all failed because TB prefers the SG and all went on to light the world on fire.  Wait, did the horrible experience ruin them for life?

     

    Or did BB actually use a dart board with names,when selecting them?

    Patriots receivers drafted in the Belichick era (2000-present): Deion Branch (second, 2002), David Givens (second, 2002), Bethel Johnson (second, 2003), P.K. Sam (fifth, 2004), Chad Jackson (second, 2006), Brandon Tate (third, 2009), Julian Edelman (seventh, 2009), Taylor Price (third, 2010), Jeremy Ebert (seventh, 2012).

    Jeeze, will ya look at that list?  It's a wonder they won 4 games!

    Wow!  The best one is a 7th rounder.

    Guess 7th rounders are better in the SG, Right?

     

     



    Troy Brown was undrafted. Paatten may have been undrafted, too.  Would you even be raving about David Patten if he didn't help win a couple SBs?

     

    Who cares WHERE someone is drafted? Johnny Unitas was undrafted.

    You know nothing about the game of football.  BB secured Moss and Welker, amongst other FAs that were just fine with Tommy Boy here. 

    Get over it. Brady underperformed in 2 out of the last 5 SBs with big name receivers on the team.

    How is Limas Sweed doing for Pitt these days? Every team has a list of NCAA prospect WRs taken in the last decade who weren't good or didn't make the team.

    BB was NEVER, ever going to waste a 1st rd pick for a WR, especially pre rookie cap. Do your homework.

     

     

     




    Well, judging from the fact that BB has failed to draft a good receiver for the past 10 years, I'd say that it is BB that needs to do his homework.  Or at least let someone else do it for him.

     

    FAIL!

     




    When you're specificially not going high in the draft to draft a WR, it's not surprising he hasn't had great success.

     

    He prefers to use trades to acquire the WRs since the offense is complex and Brady has very high standards.  Everyone else understands this, but you.

    Please learn about your own team's strategies and WHY they exist, you moron.

     




    Oh, Chad Jackson @ 2 wasn't high?  Fail!

     

    Maybe they need not draft any and put those picks to more DB's.  Fail!

    Maybe you should learn BB can't draft WR's and DB's.  Period!

     




    That's one pick. Generally speaking, BB doesn't go high and miss and he's never gone in the 1st rd in his career.

     

    That's the point.

    Superb try on the deflection, though.  lol

     

     



    What deflection?  Maybe you should learn what that means, seeing you do it enough.

     

    Maybe about time he does go high.  The lower picks obviously don't work.

      Is he afraid to waste a 1st because he can't draft?

    His QB isn't getting any younger.  Might need some real talent to help carry the team.

     




    What do you not understand about the rookie cap post 2011? He didn't go high because it's a pricey position to pay in the second contract, if not a complete overpayment in Rd 1 under the previous CBA.

     

    Are you this dumb?  How many times did Al Davis or Matt Millen pick in the top 10 with some over hyped WR and get a bust?  Like 10 times total in the last decade? Where were you when this was happening? lol

    Moving forward, especially in this draft WOULD be a good time to think about a WR in Rd 1.  But, the round does not decipher the quality of the pick either.

    Please learn more from others who know more.

    Finally, it's very interesting your posting activity has picked up at the first sign of something not going perfectly in FA and it happening to be at the WR with how butt hurt you come across here when it comes to who Brady throws to.

    You must have been quiet here recently because you would have looked as dumb as RKarp whining and moaning with what has been a GREAT FA period by BB so far.

    Not a coincidence.

     

     




    So, he just decided to go high and overpay all those failed DB's instead of failed WR's?

     

    I see.

    My posting has picked up because I have somewhat of a free day.  Very busy this time of year.  Not that I have to explain, but NOBODY ever looks as dumb as you.

    NOBODY!  Not Even your buddy LEON!

     

     



    You should absolutely explain. What do you for a living, Pezzy?  Work for Scott's lawn care? Yes, very busy!

     

     




    No, but I do re-seed and maintain pastures.  MY OWN!

     
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    So, you're a farmer?  Interesting.  Stick to farming. Let the rest of us knowledeable fans discuss our team in peace.

     




    No, not a farmer, business owner.

    I guess all people with pastures are farmers?  Rusty logic!

    Please take your own advise and let us knowledgeable Patriots fans, post in peace.

     
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    So, you're a farmer?  Interesting.  Stick to farming. Let the rest of us knowledeable fans discuss our team in peace.

     

     




    No, not a farmer, business owner.

     

    I guess all people with pastures are farmers?  Rusty logic!

    Please take your own advise and let us knowledgeable Patriots fans, post in peace.

     




    "advise"?

     

    I wouldn't do business with someone who can't spell 3rd grade words properly. What kind of buinsess do you own, Pezzy?

    Is this really a secret for you?




    I think I've read probably 40 typos by you in the past few days.  Don't need to point them out to make you look even less smart than you already do. 

    My profession is not secret.  My friends, family, associates, and thousands upon thousands, know what I do.

    You shall not!  I don't give psychos info about me or my family.

     
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    Merely exercising his first amendment right. Didn't realize professional help was necessary for opining a personal view on this forum. When will the hate stop?




    Thank You Geaux!

     

     
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    we aren't paying him as much as the falcons! but then we already won twice with him so if he left least we can say we had success with him before we let him walk

     

     

     


    Oh so the fact that the Giants let a guy walk for less money that we let Wes walk for means the Patriots are cheap and the Giants aren't.  I guess if we had won a SB with Wes you wouldn't be calling the Pats cheap right?  LMAO @ U troll.  You are an idiot.  I wonder what bs you'll be spinning when either Nicks or Cruz walks.

     



    I will say at least we WON with them before we let them walk  Yell

     

     



    Just wondering, why are you even here? Honestly, you don't like the Patriots which is fine because we all have our teams. You seem to like the Giants so why do you bother posting here? From the looks of it you must spend hours every day on this forum, with the amount of posts you've made.

     

    So why is it? if its to troll then you may have a serious problem that needs the attention of a professional. Maybe talk to someone about it. I'm not trying to insult you but this behavior is extremely odd. 



    ah it's just good clean American fun! I feel we are a little family of NFL afficianados going mano-a-mano as our two teams have occassionally

    a highly dysfunctional family sure but a family none-the-less

     
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    Merely exercising his first amendment right. Didn't realize professional help was necessary for opining a personal view on this forum. When will the hate stop?



    Well you say your comment and leave it at that.  Reasonable discussion IMO.  Him? he antagonizes , stalks rusty, gloats and says a number of things that are offensive .  He does spend a lot of time on this web site. I'd venture to guess if he was more reasonable he would be engaged more in conversation.  Seeing queenie this and queenie that in every post it gets old. Just my opinion

     
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    So, you're a farmer?  Interesting.  Stick to farming. Let the rest of us knowledeable fans discuss our team in peace.

     

     




    No, not a farmer, business owner.

     

    I guess all people with pastures are farmers?  Rusty logic!

    Please take your own advise and let us knowledgeable Patriots fans, post in peace.

     




    "advise"?

     

    I wouldn't do business with someone who can't spell 3rd grade words properly. What kind of buinsess do you own, Pezzy?

    Is this really a secret for you?

     




    I think I've read probably 40 typos by you in the past few days.  Don't need to point them out to make you look even less smart than you already do. 

     

    My profession is not secret.  My friends, family, associates, and thousands upon thousands, know what I do.

    You shall not!  I don't give psychos info about me or my family.

     



    A typo is not knowing how to spell a word properly or use proper grammar like educated adults should do, though. lol

     

    YOU aren't very bright, Mr. "Business Owner".

    We certainly have a lot of those running around here, don't we folks? Ironically, they bash Kraft and BB's business acumen on a routine basis only to look stupid afterwards. lmao

    "thousands and thousands"

    Tears!

     




    You might want to reread your first sentence.  It makes no sense.

     

    Never bashed Kraft, have all the respect in the world for him.  It's BB's talent evaluation, I have a problem with and I do know a thing or two about that.  He is no genius there.

    Neither is any one who thinks he is.

    Seem to remember Kraft making a comment about missing talent, a few years back. 

    Now, he's a genius!

     
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    Re: Pit matched orrer sheet for Sanders

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    and as usual u read what u want to I guess-but to be honest hell yeah if u win a SB-or two- it can change ur perception of how u are going to do business going forward-absolutely regardless if GM's and coaches admit it or n

    ie: the pressure to keep an OSI or any other big name around at this stage is a helluva lot less than if they had never won-and winning championships most certainly affects to a degree how u approach the future...and if u don't think it does u know little about football and nothing about human nature

     

     



    I read what I want to?  It's not that hard to point out what a raging hypocrite you are since your own team has let players walk because of money yet you never call them cheap.  Spare me the line about "we won a championship with them so if we let them walk we aren't being cheap".  That makes absolutely no sense in the context of whether a team is cheap or not.  It is a non-sequitur at best.  Had we won one with Wes you would be posting about how we disrespected an important contributor to our SB win and that the Patriots are being cheap yet again.  Why don't you explain why the Pats gave out the 2 largest contracts in history for their position to Gronk and Hernandez if they are so cheap?  What about the big contracts they gave to Mankins and Wilfork?  The Patriots pay plenty of money to guys that want to keep.  You are just a troll with an agenda and a hypocrite at that.  Learn the game.

     




    ah pcm it is most certainly not a non-sequitor of any sort it is a simple fact of perception and human nature as I have stated

    if you have won then the pressure to win abates and now the tack is in remaining competitve or if possible winning again-but it's a different scenerio than when you haven't won-and it follows that the mood and expressions of the media and your fanbase will change accordingly

    how a GM goes about building and/or rebuilding his team will most certainly be affected to some degree by this, and this goes for individual players as well...if a team has won-and more than once-already with a player or group of players they will approach this differently than if they hadn't won-you cannot help but do so

    my point is specifically speaking to Pats pursuit of sanders/letting welker walk and giants letting osi walk-again letting a DE Osi's age walk after a less than productive season when he was already part of a winning team -twice as well-is a lot different than not ponying up an extra 500K for a needed WR or worse in my mind letting the most productive WR in the NFL the past 5-6 years coming off his usual numbers walk for an unproven often injured player when you have not won in years over money-especially in an off season where all i hear is how the "brilliant" GM has a ridiculous amount of cap room

    this doesn't make sense to you?

    and you know deep dwon I am most certainly not a troll of any sort

    I am JintsFan-the man the myth the legend!

     
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    Re: Pit matched orrer sheet for Sanders

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    Merely exercising his first amendment right. Didn't realize professional help was necessary for opining a personal view on this forum. When will the hate stop?

     



    Well you say your comment and leave it at that.  Reasonable discussion IMO.  Him? he antagonizes , stalks rusty, gloats and says a number of things that are offensive .  He does spend a lot of time on this web site. I'd venture to guess if he was more reasonable he would be engaged more in conversation.  Seeing queenie this and queenie that in every post it gets old. Just my opinion

     



    now phil i often engage in pure football on and off the field talk-i would say during the season 90%...off season gets us all in a bored mood

    rusty? been banned 12 times shoud have been banned permanently and 85% off all the trouble will go with him if he was-and I don't "Stalk" anyone but i do feel it's my civic and social duty to put an arrogant, egomaniacal know-it-all stereotype in his place now and then and this off season a lot more now!

    and i do not nor have i ever "gloated"...but when my team/gm/hc/qb is disparaged i feel the need to defend them...as a fan you can surely understand that

     
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    I am JintsFan-the man the myth the legend!

     




     

    Nah, you are just a troll plain and simple.



    The Man...The Myth...The Legend!

    Like Eli

     
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    Re: Pit matched orrer sheet for Sanders

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    Merely exercising his first amendment right. Didn't realize professional help was necessary for opining a personal view on this forum. When will the hate stop?

     



    Well you say your comment and leave it at that.  Reasonable discussion IMO.  Him? he antagonizes , stalks rusty, gloats and says a number of things that are offensive .  He does spend a lot of time on this web site. I'd venture to guess if he was more reasonable he would be engaged more in conversation.  Seeing queenie this and queenie that in every post it gets old. Just my opinion

     

     



    now phil i often engage in pure football on and off the field talk-i would say during the season 90%...off season gets us all in a bored mood

     

    rusty? been banned 12 times shoud have been banned permanently and 85% off all the trouble will go with him if he was-and I don't "Stalk" anyone but i do feel it's my civic and social duty to put an arrogant, egomaniacal know-it-all stereotype in his place now and then and this off season a lot more now!

    and i do not nor have i ever "gloated"...but when my team/gm/hc/qb is disparaged i feel the need to defend them...as a fan you can surely understand that



    You were just in the photo shop thread stalking him. You call Kraft cheep them say how you admire him.  Your civic duty you sound like babe, he said the same thing. One  thing that rusty will always have over you is that he is a pats fan.  Your not, so that makes you a troll. You spend more time here then I do. You mocked southern people cause they love Jesus. offend lots of people at once then claim innocence. at least Rex is obnoxious all the time you try to do it with stealth, poor stealth at that let me add.  

     

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