The Haynesworthsigning

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    The Haynesworthsigning

    Good summer to all:

    I am, unlike the rest of my Jets fan nations, am a gentleman and probably the only Jet fan who congratulated your team for spanking us in December, but for the life of me I don't understand why BB would take a chance on Haynesworth, he's missed two days of practice, can you guys honestly say this was a good signing for you?

    Please real football answers.
     
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    But why is he out 2 days straight? That's the real question. To answer your question, if healthy and motivated, he's a monster! If he cops an Albert-Attitude, he's gone!
     
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    [QUOTE]But why is he out 2 days straight? That's the real question. To answer your question, if healthy and motivated, he's a monster! If he cops an Albert-Attitude, he's gone!
    Posted by PetesCall[/QUOTE]
    the last two days ... the guy goes on trial on the 23rd of this month for sexual abuse, hard to understand this signing.
     
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    He tweaked something going up against Mankins the other day, and he's missed two practices over it.  Dissapointing yes, but certainly not cause for major alarm or to think he's loafing.  As it stands right now, we've got a lot of injured players already.  How severe the injuries are is anyones guess.  We can only hope they will get back to practicing soon. 
     
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    yes it was a good signing. they gave up a 5th round pick for a guy who was the best defensive player in the league a couple of years ago. if he wants to play he is a beast. belichick usually gets these guys motivated and performing. time will tell but imo if he is healthy he will be a force this year and the defense is among the leagues best. with their explosive offense this bodes very well for the patriots. who knows why he has been out for a couple of days, it could be anything, minor injury, anything. guys miss practice all the time and belichick rarely gives any info as to why. i would seriously doubt that its because he didn't feel like practicing. 

     
     
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    better than the jets draft pick kenrick eliis who will soon be deported.
    hahahahahah
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: The Haynesworthsigning : the last two days ... the guy goes on trial on the 23rd of this month for sexual abuse, hard to understand this signing.
    Posted by june2010[/QUOTE]

    That whole sexual abuse thing in my mind was an attempt at flirting gone wrong. He swpied his credit card through a waitresses breasts like it was a card reader.lol and with ur second point the reward way out ways the risk if hanyesworth is motivated which he should be considering hes not being asked to play NT
     
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    Re: The Haynesworthsigning

    My two cents is this. 

    The Pats didn't pay much for him so if he starts messin' up he's gone.  The pressure is all on Albert.  He has to perform not for just this year but prove he can sustain throughout a contract.  Something he's never done before if he wants another gig in the NFL.  This is it for him.

    Am I shocked he's here?  Yep, I am.
     
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    In Response to The Haynesworthsigning:
    [QUOTE]Good summer to all: I am, unlike the rest of my Jets fan nations, am a gentleman and probably the only Jet fan who congratulated your team for spanking us in December, but for the life of me I don't understand why BB would take a chance on Haynesworth, he's missed two days of practice, can you guys honestly say this was a good signing for you? Please real football answers.
    Posted by june2010[/QUOTE]
    Go back to jersey you bum
     
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    It was a curious signing to be sure. He's far from a gentleman apparantly, but he's here to harass QBs not women. His injury doesn't concern me, at least not yet, the regular season is still a month away.
     
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    He's a monster... only had problems with "playing hard" in Washington were most players fail.


    I don't like it, I love it.  It's easy for a non-hater to see that he will be a big difference maker.  A few analysts have picked him for comeback player of the year as well so I don't stand a lone.   
     
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    [QUOTE]He tweaked something going up against Mankins the other day, and he's missed two practices over it.  Dissapointing yes, but certainly not cause for major alarm or to think he's loafing.  As it stands right now, we've got a lot of injured players already.  How severe the injuries are is anyones guess.  We can only hope they will get back to practicing soon. 
    Posted by agill1970[/QUOTE]
      With training camp being late, I'm sure the injury bug is gonna be bad across the league. Hopefully, the depth the we have will prove to be a diffence maker.
     
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    I think the Pats are resting/pacing some of the big guys. Its hot out there. The thing that makes the signing good is Hanseworth never played in a team atmosphere since the titans. He was pretty good there if I remember.
    If you ever been in the army they always have you doing something. If your busy you stay out of trouble. Unless your infantry lol.

    1). Hanseworth has already said the structure is more professional.
    2). For Hanesworth to get his last big coin contract he has to prove himself as a professional again.
    3). He's cheap for what he can bring and he will occupy 2 men on the line.
    4). If he acts up we send him home for the season, trade him, or cut him. Which ever suits our situation best.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: The Haynesworthsigning :   With training camp being late, I'm sure the injury bug is gonna be bad across the league. Hopefully, the depth the we have will prove to be a diffence maker.
    Posted by jerh5[/QUOTE]

    Yup, Pats have 18 injured guys...other teams are in the same situation.
     
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    Fair question. I think roster decisions in NE are all calculated. In a case like this the calculation pivotes on the percentage of Haynesworth being a player that BB can rely on to do a couple of core things agasint the percentage of getting a valuable addition with the draft pick. Haynesworth is just SO great a player that if BB thinks he has even a 30% chance of turning Haynesworth back to a contributing player that it is worth the risk.
     
    If successful the pairing of Haynesworth and Wilfork could be one of those best of the decade type pairings. Both those players requrie double teams. Hard to block the rest of the D when 2 men are taking up 4 of your 5 - 7 blockers.Sure makes the Xs and Os easier for the other 9 defensive players.
     
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