Plus we had our shot at Taylor last year, and I was hoping we'd grab him then but we did nothing and he signed with Miami, and to be honest, he didnt look all that good, so I'd rather go young. We made that transition last year, we might as well stick with it and hope we get some ******* OLB's in this years draft.
Originally Posted by WMD
Jesse realizing Walt was Santa Claus could really shake things up.
If BB is going to bring in a vet WR then it may as well be Branch. He won't cost as much as Antonio Bryant for example and already has a chemistry with Brady. Personally though I don't think we need a WR this year
There's some upside to bringing in Branch, but I really don't think he'll do anything Edelman can't do next year. We don't know if the Brady chemistry is still there even. Honestly think it would be a bad thing if Branch was producing for us. That means less balls for Moss/Welker/Edelman, and I really think they'll do much more with the catches than Branch would. I'm sure we all loved him when he was here, but we have legitimate wide receivers now. The less we see of the Deion Branchs' and Reche Caldwells', the better.
Yeah, love Neal, but ****'em. We've needed an complete right side overhaul for a long time. Vollmer is penciled in as the RT until we decide Light is no longer worth what we pay for him(Vollmer is much better at this point and will only continue to improve. Honestly thinking we're looking at a top ten NFL LT at one point). But we do need a right side upgrade. Iupati or Vlad is appealing in that light as they could start off playing RG and maybe take over RT when we get rid of Light.
Stacey Andrews is expected to hit FA once the Eagles give him a "restructure or leave" ultimatum. He's 28 year old RG from a pass first offense coming off an ACL injury from 08. He had a hard time getting playing time last year and says that was because he was switched from T to G and had to learn a new system. Link
Andrews is definitely someone I would give a lot of thought to if I were BB. He has had injury problems but is definitely talented. I could free up another draft pick to another area. Really any help we could get now is gravy
I just read that Vrabel is to be a free agent come march 5th. Although he is 35 years old I wouldn't mind him coming to NE. The defense needs leadership, and while he might not bring a lot to the table on the field he sure does off the field. I'm sure he would like to come back here despite being blindsided by that trade last year.
Originally Posted by ElectricEye
I'm a whiny little kunt. Feel sorry for me as I go masturbate to a picture of my mom dressed as a teletubby.
Think we already talked about this. Pretty sure we're done with Vrabel and he's done with us. Is he worth a roster spot? He could probably do more damage than Rob Ninkovich and Pierre Woods, but that's not saying all that much.