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Old 12-19-2006, 02:22 PM    (permalink
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Hey Jay, what did you think of Kevin Faulk this weekend?? :D Just playing.
that was a pretty sick touchdown
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Another year, another snub for Wilfork and Koppen.




BTW, I will be willing to trade Matt Light for a six-pack of Brazilian beer and a half-eaten doughboy
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Another year, another snub for Wilfork and Koppen.




BTW, I will be willing to trade Matt Light for a six-pack of Brazilian beer and a half-eaten doughboy
And Samuel, Warren, and Brady. The Pro-Bowl Voting this year was a joke.

I agree 110% about the Matt Light thought though.
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In a lot of mock drafts, there are a couple things that are bothering me. The first one is the Pats taking first round DL. The second is Jeff Smardzija to NE in round 1. IMO he is not worth a 1st round pick for us. I think he is a good college player and will make a pretty good pro, but he is not a good value pick for us. We could get a receiver as good as him, better than him, or maybe even Samrdzija himself in round 2. In the back of my mind I know that Smardzija is the type of player we would draft- smart, athletic, and a Weis product. We need LB and DB in round 1, but if Ginn or Jarrett falls to us or we somehow end up with CJ on the board still, then we could take a round 1 WR.
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Hey Jay, what did you think of Kevin Faulk this weekend?? :D Just playing.
When he does it in an NFL game, let me know.
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I still can't even believe we're trusting Matt Light to protect Brady's blind side. Move that bum over to the right. And what's up with No-Action Jackson getting benched in favor of Kelvin Kight?
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I still can't even believe we're trusting Matt Light to protect Brady's blind side. Move that bum over to the right. And what's up with No-Action Jackson getting benched in favor of Kelvin Kight?
Kight has practiced more than Jackson has, so he has more experience with the plays.
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What the hell is up with our punters? Ken Walter was just placed on IR with a foot injury. Belichick will probably go with this Danny Baugher fella they signed to the practice squad a while back.
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Old 12-20-2006, 06:23 AM    (permalink
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I think it is an abomination that Tom Brady did not make the Pro Bowl. Seriously, he's throwing to nobodies, and still has comprable stats to any QB in the NFL. ANY.

And yeah, what the hell is going on with Chad Jackson? Is this guy hurt still? Why isn't he seeing the field?

I am seriously starting to think, more and more, every day, that Bill Belichick is losing it...
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Not only that, but Logan Mankins and Asante Samuel got robbed. Mankins is one of the best guards in the league, and Samuel has 18 tackles and 3 INTs on Chris McAlister.
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I really think that Neal, right now, is light years ahead of Mankins, that may be the result of Light continually missing blocks.

Samuel getting snubbed proves that the coaches, not players and not fans, should decide who goes to the Pro Bowl. Harrison, when healthy, never gets a nod because the players do not vote for him. How good of a season do you need to have to be Pro Bowl worthy?
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DB + LB have to be our first round picks, unless we can move up choose CJ (highly unlikely). A WR in the first is such a risky pick that the value never usually works out, s.a. Charles Rogers, Mike Williams, Freddie Mitchell, David Terrell, Koren Robinson, Ashley Lelie, Rod Gardner, Travis Taylor, Sylvester Morris, and R. Jay Soward.
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In a lot of mock drafts, there are a couple things that are bothering me. The first one is the Pats taking first round DL. The second is Jeff Smardzija to NE in round 1. IMO he is not worth a 1st round pick for us. I think he is a good college player and will make a pretty good pro, but he is not a good value pick for us. We could get a receiver as good as him, better than him, or maybe even Samrdzija himself in round 2. In the back of my mind I know that Smardzija is the type of player we would draft- smart, athletic, and a Weis product. We need LB and DB in round 1, but if Ginn or Jarrett falls to us or we somehow end up with CJ on the board still, then we could take a round 1 WR.
Anyone who has DL for the Pats in round one is just plain stupid. I would love to see us add a WR in round one if we get Asante back. If Asante comes back I don't see CB as a huge need unless a guy like Leon Hall or Darrelle Revis fell. I see it more as a 2nd or 3rd round pick. I really don't know if S is that big of a need anymore. James Sanders has played really well and I hope he is our future because I think he will be really good. LB is a definate need so I would like to see us add a LB in round 1.

1.) Patrick Willis, HB Blades, Anthony Spencer, Lamar Woodley, Brandon Siler

1.) Dwayne Bowe, Robert Meachum, Ted Ginn, Dwayne Jarrett

That is what I am hoping for right now for a first round.
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In a lot of mock drafts, there are a couple things that are bothering me. The first one is the Pats taking first round DL. The second is Jeff Smardzija to NE in round 1. IMO he is not worth a 1st round pick for us. I think he is a good college player and will make a pretty good pro, but he is not a good value pick for us. We could get a receiver as good as him, better than him, or maybe even Samrdzija himself in round 2. In the back of my mind I know that Smardzija is the type of player we would draft- smart, athletic, and a Weis product. We need LB and DB in round 1, but if Ginn or Jarrett falls to us or we somehow end up with CJ on the board still, then we could take a round 1 WR.
Anyone who has DL for the Pats in round one is just plain stupid. I would love to see us add a WR in round one if we get Asante back. If Asante comes back I don't see CB as a huge need unless a guy like Leon Hall or Darrelle Revis fell. I see it more as a 2nd or 3rd round pick. I really don't know if S is that big of a need anymore. James Sanders has played really well and I hope he is our future because I think he will be really good. LB is a definate need so I would like to see us add a LB in round 1.

1.) Patrick Willis, HB Blades, Anthony Spencer, Lamar Woodley, Brandon Siler

1.) Dwayne Bowe, Robert Meachum, Ted Ginn, Dwayne Jarrett

That is what I am hoping for right now for a first round.
first ted ginn wont be around then and wouldnt you want us to get jarret with our first pick ( if hes there)
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I would love to draft Ted Ginn. He'd really shore up our return game and be a legitimate deep threat. That's what we don't have, and Dwayne Jarrett and Shark won't fix that problem. I think I read somewhere that he dabbled in cornerback a bit in high school. I think trading up for him would be a great idea.
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Ginn isn't that consistent catching the ball.
Rather take someone with similar speed in the 2nd or 3rd round.
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I would love to draft Ted Ginn. He'd really shore up our return game and be a legitimate deep threat. That's what we don't have, and Dwayne Jarrett and Shark won't fix that problem. I think I read somewhere that he dabbled in cornerback a bit in high school. I think trading up for him would be a great idea.

we have a legit deep threat in CJax

Ginn IMO doesnt have the hands..hes a speedester but his hands and hes a little raw concern me. i wouldnt risk it

id rather have Robert Meachem by a mile
Meachem is a 6"3 210 lbs WR with 4.28 speed and all the ability in the world. Hes like Andre Johnson
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I would love to draft Ted Ginn. He'd really shore up our return game and be a legitimate deep threat. That's what we don't have, and Dwayne Jarrett and Shark won't fix that problem. I think I read somewhere that he dabbled in cornerback a bit in high school. I think trading up for him would be a great idea.
Ginn was the #1 CB recruit coming out of High School, and Ohio State did the dumb thing of moving him to WR. It won't be so dumb because I think Ginn will be a great WR in the NFL, but many believe that Ginn could have been a top 5 pick if he stayed at CB. I also think we need to sure up our return game as well. If we added a Dante Hall/Devin Hester type of return man to our team, that would be nasty. That is what I think Ginn can be. I mean we can't have Maroney or Troy Brown return kicks and punts much longer.

As of right now like remix said, I would probably prefer not to trade up and settle for Robert Meachum or Dwayne Bowe in round one as well as a LB or CB with the other pick, but I certainly won't be disappointed if we added Ted Ginn to this team.
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I soooo can't wait to post my pictures from the Jacksonville game!! I have some that are AMAZING!! 8)
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Dam. :D Nice pics Jay. You had awesome seats.

Merry Christmas Pats fans!!!!
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Awesome pics there Jay. Some nice closeups of Tully, Vrabel and Bruschi with a nice posing Colvin.
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Just a quick question for you Patriot fans....


How would you guys feel if you traded both of your late first round picks for the first overall pick with Detroit? You could then draft Calvin Johnson at that spot....


Just something I just thought of that might be interesting.
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Detroit needs Quinn thats why, Oakland would be a better possibility but why not just trade 1 first for a proven WR in Moss instead....

Bottom line is we wont know anything untill after the combine
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