Re: What is the one draft pick do you wish the Pats could re-do?
posted at 4/2/2014 11:42 PM EDT
In response to Mediumsizednuts' comment:
In response to LazarusintheSanatorium's comment:
2007, 2009, 2013...and 2008, save for Mayo, and 2011 save for Ridley. Just those.
[/QUOTE]See your to picky, Bill could take ten picks and spend them all on Dowling. You will not learn unless you go to Bills all you can eat nudist colony based in the ocean near flight 370.Do you know how to swim?
Seriously...the way Belichick has performed in The NFL Draft for...ahhh, just shy of a decade now, is pretty insanely bad. Hindsight being 20-20, is a an absurd excuse. He chas the capability of accumulating picks like a blue whale gambler, yet coping with the fact that I consider ddraft day success to be a year where: 3 players can be starters and/or sub-package contributors, IS; Pathetic. Figure, He has an average of 9 selections or so...and I think the total ratio was something like 9.something in that span. I ain't aimin' too high with=3 guys that CAN start or be a good player in a sub-package. Thus, going by that, 1 can only conclude:
2010 and 2012 did not svck. Out of: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013...at least. 2 out of 7 hits what any fan should consider as a "O.k./Not Bad/Successful" Draft Class. '11 is...as with any year 3=A usual class of high expectations for that 3rd year 13-14 of development in to contributing personell. Mehhh. Trust me, '13...doesn't even have a chance. 3 years from now...we will not be having this discussion of "high expectations" for the '13 class to develop in to something good. 2010 & 2012. When ya see the 1st 241st rated prospect with Selection #68...that's when you click off ESPN and nab a beer.