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Bring back Patten, Wiggins and Pokey

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  1. mikey

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    Didn't we win one with those guys??

    'Nuff said.


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    Wiggins, Sometimes I still wonder why we let him go. Glad to see he's been successful.
  3. BradyisGod

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    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.
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    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.
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    He go hurt half way through the 38 SB season and his 39 SB play-offs were awful period.
  6. Flying Fungi

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    Patten has developed alligator arms


    no way David Patten makes this team
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  7. CrazyDave

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    Wiggins made arguably, the play of the game on that catch off the tipped ball. What a play. Ah, so many great memories.
  8. BradyisGod

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    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.
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    Absolutely, you cannot appreciate the 2004 regular season without recognizing the contribution that Patten made when Branch was injured.
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    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.
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    David Patten and/or Tebucky Jones? Maybe
    Wiggins and/or Pokey? Nope
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    Wiggins can play. I'd be happy to see him back as the third tight-end.

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