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    I'm normally with the FO, but I have to say it's quite the head scratcher when you have a handful of guys available at position we need immediate help and no move is made. I can see not going for the big money players but there's some solid WR's out there who probably won't demand much.

    And yeah, hard to see a rookie helping us much this year. That's great for the long term but what's the plan for this year??
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    If they go into the season with the current status of the receiving corps and with a rookie WR or 2 from the draft it can come back to bite them in the ass hard.
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    Or, the Pats have a lot of confidence in Tate and believe that he'll be fine lining up across from Moss with Edelman in the slot.
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    If the Pats don't get the WR they want to fall in the draft, T.O will be an option. I doubt he'll be signed before the draft.
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    Ya we saw how they looked at WR3 last year, and that was with a STUD wr2.

    Sorry, I'm not buying that, I know you are though.
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    Tate is fine college prospect with no traning camp and one game of experience. It seems very risky to rely on him being a competent starter opposite Moss. And if Moss were injured, I guess we could win by just relying on our running game, even when there is no passing game.

    Unless we have a serious improvement at wide receiver, Moss will be double-teamed on every single play.

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    I'm just not seeing that at the link. What did I miss? :eek::confused:
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    I agree. although we probably draft WR, I don't want to roll the dice without a solid vet.

    Lots of stuff on the blog, but this stood out as comforting.

    Sounds like a plan.
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    sounds like a hope

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    Even though he's old and I'm not a fan of old players, T.O. keeps himself in great shape unlike Galloway. I hope the Pats sign him and draft a receiver with their early picks. T.O. played on a horrible Bills team and caught for 800+ yards and 5 TD's. I'm pretty sure he's over wanting to be the "go to guy" and think and would keep quiet if he had a chance to play for a team that actually has a QB.
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    We need a good #2. Hopefully that is one of the many 2nd round rated WRs.
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    I was thinking about this before, it could happen:

    I think Edelman has the potential to be as good as Welker/have similiar production. His rookie season changing a position, he showed great juke ability and speed. In the games he started, he seemed like he averaged a good amount of catches, not sure.

    Hypothetically, what if Edelman has say 35 catches 400 yards a few TDs by week 5. What would you do? Trade Welker. :eek:
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    Hopefully this means a draft day trade for Brandon Marshall. :)
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    Who will celebrate his new contract by drinking and hitting some woman and going to jail.
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    I would be fine w/ this move. Looking forward..... we need a Moss successor anyways.
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    (A) In terms of value, this is as bad an idea as the whole trade Brady fiasco from last year.
    (B) I can only imagine the outrage from both the players and the fans. :eek:
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    A bunch of guys at the top of the 2011 draft say hi. :)
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    a wr takes typically 3 years to GET the nfl....

    immediate answers may come in the draft, they will NOT come at the wr position though
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    Perhaps you're right, but why would you expect any of the second rounders to be any better a prospect than Tate? We'd have two rookies and a hope. I guess my perference is for a veteran, which is seeming less likely to happen by the day.

    But I guess the situation really depends on Belihcik's assessment of Tate, and of the wide receivers available between 22 and 53.

    I guess that I would feel better if we drafted Bryant, Thomas or Tate.


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    My guess:

    BB drafts Golden Tate and trades for Deion Branch.

    If you believe the rumors, BB really wanted Percy Harvin last year until Minny scooped him up. Golden Tate could therefore be a replacement for Harvin, minus the off-field risk. The team would still have three 2nds to focus on the D and run game.

    I agree with Reiss on Branch. He could easily end up back here on draft day(s).
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