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  1. Box_O_Rocks

    Box_O_Rocks PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    http://www.buffalonews.com/editorial/20060905/1017081.asp

    Did I miss the part where 2003 was a fire drill inside? And 2004 was mid-season injury switch at RT - not to mention the Pittsburgh fiasco where Hochstein and Neal took RT reps... Then there was the 2005 club that went to the playoffs with three injury replacements on the line. I guess it depends on defining wholesale or maybe selective memory. :rolleyes:
     
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    I don't get it
     
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    Ichiro On the Game Day Roster

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    hey, I though I saw Hochstein at RT during last weeks Giants game! BB, once again preparing for any possibility.

    I think our OL outclasses every line in the AFC East. Many pundits are not taking into account the horrible O-line of the Dolphins when making predictions. Vernon Carey is about as good as Brandon Gorin. They also have Arizona castoff LJ Shelton at LT. Bennie Anderson couldn't cut it Buffalo.
     
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    That just goes to show why you are on a web site pretending like you understand the game of football and the experts get paid. Miami's line was better then NE 's last year. Miami may not have added world beaters this year, but we didn't break the bank either. The Fins line improved and just because because "non-experts" such as yourself don't agree means little in the real world. The one thing you seem to ignore (big shock) is the coaching in place in Miami, it has a lot to do with the production from the line. I just love the mentality on this site, if you're not playing for NE you suck!! What stupidity.
     
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    Wow, what an accomplishment. 3/5 of the Pats OL was on IR last year, genius.
     
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    Didn't we use our qb to kick a PAT against you guys last year?
     
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    Uh, then why come here? Must be for that non-expertise.
     
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    LMAO, you rip him because he gave his opinion, yet in the same post you give your own "expert" opinion. Man talk about a Hypocrite.
     
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    You are correct that Miami's line was certainly better than the Patriots last year. But when your two best lineman end up going down on IR and you have to put two rookies into the starting lineup and put a non center in at center. It was all a mess but they still werent too bad. A healthy Pats line this year will be dominant.
     
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    Holy optimism, Batman!

    The only quality WR in this group is Evans. Aiken is a big, slow possession receiver. Price was a flash in the pan (2002). Reed was considered a 2nd round bust and re-signed for a pittance. Davis was only productive for one game with the Pats (Saints) and contributed nothing beyond that. Parrish is only 5'8", btw.
     

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