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  1. b72s

    b72s On the Game Day Roster

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    At #7 pats will draft BPA on the defensive side of the ball who will most likely have biggest impact.

    No cbs as pats do not pay andpats have signed all veterans

    1. Long
    2. Dorsey
    3. Ellis
    4. Gholston
    5. Harvey

    Not in any order other than possible mock draft order

    We will move up in later rounds early 2nd and draft Cb maybe flowers or someone who falls
     
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    dryheat44 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Plus we just signed Fernando Bryant, which is a great signing. He's always been very underrated, playing in places like Jax, and Detroit. He was a prime target of mine since Detroit let him go.
     
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    I like the theory, but I'm puzzled by the picks. How can a DL like Dorsey or Ellis meet your "biggest impact" criterion when the current line is Seymour, Wilfork, Warren? Impact is relative to the current lineup, and the bar is already mighty high at that position.

    Also, just curious...why do you like Harvey over Groves?
     
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    I'm thinking that BB will trade down, even for less than chart compensation, just like last year and the SF trade.
     
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