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  1. BPF

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    People are often critical of the Pats drafting 3 of the last 4 yrs, the exception being last season, especially when it comes to the 2007 draft. But this seems to validate why the Pats traded out of Rds 2 and 3 that season.

    This is a site run by a former Browns scout:
    Move the Sticks

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    Any idea how it compares to other years like 2006 or 2005?
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    Couldn't find anything on that.

    2005 to me was a solid draft for the Pats who were picking at 32. 1st Rd and 3rd Rd two starting OL: Mankins and Nick Kaczur. No 2nd Rd pick. Hobbs was also a 3rd Rounder, pretty good pick. They also got Sanders in the 4th and Cassel in the 6th that year.

    2006 wasn't that good w/Maroney (21) and Jackson (36) in Rd 1 and 2. Dave Thomas in Rd 3. Mills and Gostokowski in Rd 4. Gosto was obviously an excellent 4th Rd pick. O'Callaghan in the 5th and LeKevin Smith in the 6th were good late picks.
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    Randy and Wes are looking better and better seeing how that draft turned out. I don't care how old they are/were.
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