Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by mikey, Mar 14, 2006.
Didn't we win one with those guys??
Wiggins, Sometimes I still wonder why we let him go. Glad to see he's been successful.
I am on board for Patten. Go watch your 38 and 39 Super Bowl DVDs and see how many times he pops up. You'll be surprised.
Couldn't agree more. Patten came up HUUUUUUGE in those playoffs. People forget about JR Redmond and Patten in the Oakland game - stellar. RIDICULOUS how many plays they made.
He go hurt half way through the 38 SB season and his 39 SB play-offs were awful period.
Patten has developed alligator arms
no way David Patten makes this team
Wiggins made arguably, the play of the game on that catch off the tipped ball. What a play. Ah, so many great memories.
You're going to hold an injury and a playoffs where Branch went nuts against him?
I mis typed, I was thinking 36, so that's my bad. But he had a great regular season for the 39 and that's what helps get you there.
Absolutely, you cannot appreciate the 2004 regular season without recognizing the contribution that Patten made when Branch was injured.
According to KC Joyner's stat system, Wiggins is the best short yardage/goal line tight end in the league. I wouldn't mind him back as a 3rd TE, if he's on the market.
David Patten and/or Tebucky Jones? Maybe
Wiggins and/or Pokey? Nope
Wiggins can play. I'd be happy to see him back as the third tight-end.
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