Washington a good acquisition
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A: Danny, hang with them just a little longer. I was round this team for about 40 games, about half of them on the road, and they're a high character team. They might slump, but they always seem to come back. Maybe they'll be different. Don't give up yet.
Are the Pats heading to the Super Bowl or what? I can't believe it! I have the best team in the NFL! With the new acquisition of "My Main Man Teddy" through means of highway robbery, teams will be lucky if the score 14 against these Patriots. No response n
Has Parcells had any really success without "our" Bill? It seems that with the Giants, Pats, and Jets, he only really turned the team around once he got his favorite assistant back in camp. Are some people secretly wondering if Parcells can hack i
A: That could be an issue, Carl. I think Parcells will turn that team in Dallas arou
Nick, Based on his college career, I was kind of intrigued with the selection of Tully Banta Cain in the draft. To date, it doesn't seem like he has been on the practice field at all. At this point, do you think his chances of making the squad are shot?
-- Jack Virtus, Vero Beach, Fla.
A: He's been slow in re
Hi, Nick. You'll probably get asked this 100 times this week: What do your contacts tell you we can expect of Ted
A: Thanks for the
Hi, Nick. Really enjoy this column. Keep up the good work. Just read about the Pats trading for Ted Washington. This is a great move if h
A: Good question. It seems he has recovered because he passed the physical and he has played in the first two preseason games. His weight has always been an issue. If you can keep him under 400 pounds, you're doing well.
With former Bear Ted Washington and Rosie Colvin on defense, how about adding Big Cat Williams for our thin OL? As far as I can tell, he's still out there and at his age he's probably not looking for a big contract. If he could give us one good year, it would help enormously.
-- Will Thimes
A: Big Cat was brought in for a tryout. He's supposed to sign with a team (maybe
OK, I would say Belichick knows how to piece together a defense, but judging from the poor group of talent that is brought in year after year on offense (particularly WRs), I would say that he needs help on the offensive side. I just laughed when in 2001 he gave Drew guys like Shockman Davis and Sean Morey and failed to address the running game and expected it to produce.
-- Mike, Chicago, Ill.