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  • Posted 03/06/2015 05:30:31 EST

    In response to oklahomapatriot's comment: Josh likes DA, that's why he went and got him. DA probably helps out and restructures. Dobson and Boyce are history I see Dobson being given an opportunity to more »

  • Posted 03/06/2015 12:48:31 EST

    I don't know if Brandon has the mental capacity and emotional stability to just be a role player.  And that's all he would be here.  I also don't think he would be willing to play for just Amendola li more »

  • Posted 03/06/2015 12:39:01 EST

    I will agree that the faster you can collapse a pocket and get pressure on the QB, the less you need a tier 1 shutdown corner.  But I think if BB is going to spend big bucks, he goes secondary over li more »

  • Forum Post: Mayo

    Posted 03/06/2015 12:33:52 EST

    We have yet to see sadly Mayo, Hightower, and Collins have a full season together, or even most of one.  When they are on the field together it allows more creativity and greater pass rush options wit more »

  • Posted 03/04/2015 03:26:31 EST

    I think the only thing holding Dobson back is Dobson.  When he came in JE was the only WR with any experience in this offense.  Everyone was new, most were rookies and he was asked to pickup a whole l more »

  • Posted 03/03/2015 01:06:11 EST

    BB knows what he's doing.  Sure he's made some mistakes in the past, but rarely is it ever in regards to letting people go and he is far more often right when it comes to what's best for the team.  Be more »

  • Posted 03/02/2015 09:31:00 EST

    DMac is the notch just below Thomas at the FS position, however I would take DMac over him and here's why.  If needed, you could put DMac at corner where he would be significantly above average at the more »

  • Forum Post: Pats tag Ghost

    Posted 03/02/2015 02:54:06 EST

    Well the first Domino in my predictions has just fallen if that's accurate.  Now it's a question of whether the Pats retain Revis or DMac, because they can't retain both.  And I'm guessing it will be more »

  • Posted 03/02/2015 02:50:59 EST

    I've been saying this for a while now, so here goes again.  I don't think Revis is here next year.  He's this generations Deion Sanders, and is a high value merc who is looking at his last big pay day more »

  • Posted 03/02/2015 02:21:58 EST

    About 10 years ago BB spent a first rounder on Lawrence Maroney.  That was the last time he picked a RB in that round, and I think he's learned that in the offense the Pats run, any half way decent RB more »

  • Posted 03/02/2015 02:12:20 EST

    I'd bring him in for competition, if he works out great, if not no big.  I think Wright with a full off season and camp will be a gem this year, and we can use Devlin for a big body when needed who ha more »

  • Posted 03/01/2015 02:31:29 EST

    We definitley need some upgrades on the offensive and defensive line.  I think that is the highest priority.  Connolly, Wendel and Devey are all probably gone.  Cannon is a decent tackle, but a lousy more »

  • Posted 02/27/2015 10:29:51 EST

    Franchise DMac and then move him back to corner opposite Butler.  Move Ryan to FS opposite Chung.  Still a solid secondary.  Not as good as with Revis obviously, but it would still work, just requires more »

  • Posted 02/22/2015 03:23:11 EST

    6 Superbowl appearances in BB and Brady history, and Revis was only in one of them.  2 other victories, and 2 close calls that could came down to crazy plays.  In answer to your question, yes we can w more »

  • Posted 02/22/2015 01:40:29 EST

    In a bizarro world alternate reality, BB never left the NY Jets. He remained head coach and after a year or two of growing pains thrived. In the last 15 years, him and the Jets have been to 6 Superbow more »

  • Posted 02/20/2015 02:19:33 EST

    Just about everyone listed contributed in some way positively, some actually had key contributions that either shaped the team (Stork), or were keys to a certain victories (Flemming and Butler).  All more »

  • Posted 02/20/2015 01:48:21 EST

    In response to zbellino's comment: In response to agill1970's comment: 9 mil for 4 years with a 2 mil signing bonus.  I really want this kid to stick as I really feel he is a key cog in this offense a more »

  • Posted 02/19/2015 09:41:43 EST

    9 mil for 4 years with a 2 mil signing bonus.  I really want this kid to stick as I really feel he is a key cog in this offense and one of our better and more dynamic players, but no way is 5 mil a ye more »

  • Posted 02/17/2015 09:02:31 EST

    A good group of docs and trainers is worth their weight in gold, but we had some good luck too. 

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  • Forum Post: Revis

    Posted 02/17/2015 08:59:03 EST

    I'm honestly shocked that so many people were acting like Revis had drank some of the Patriots Koolaid, loved it and would make a team friendly deal in order to stick around and have more.  If he can more »

  • Forum Post: Stephen Gostkowski

    Posted 02/17/2015 02:09:58 EST

    I don't know man.  I mean I know he's only a kicker, but I think the term "only a kicker" gets thrown around with far too little thought to just how incredibly important a good one of those can be.  T more »

  • Posted 02/17/2015 01:23:19 EST

    It can be more cost effective to pickup a guy at the end of the 1st rather than at the beginning of the second because all first rounders come with a 5th year option.  Combine that with the fact that more »

  • Forum Post: Our FAs

    Posted 02/11/2015 08:31:21 EST

    I would give Vereen the Faulk treatment and try to keep him around on a mutually beneficial yet team friendly deal until the wheels started to come off.  It's true that RB's grow on trees and are inte more »

  • Posted 02/11/2015 08:19:28 EST

    It all comes down to the player and his agent and if they want to maximize their value or not.  For some of these guys, the iron will never be hotter than it is right now.  Vereen, Solder, McCourtney, more »

  • Posted 02/07/2015 02:54:32 EST

    DMac reverts back to corner (he only left the spot because we had MAJOR problems with our safeties). Opposite him is Browner. Chung in SS. Ryan as FS. Arrington or Butler in the nickel.  It wouldn't b more »