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Green Bay DC Dom Capers reflects on his time with Patriots

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  1. Ron Sellers

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    Boston Herald - Green Bay defensive coordinator Dom Capers reflects on his time with the Patriots

     
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    One of the worst secondaries we ever had (well, in a long time).
     
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    Can't polish a turd(s).

    I'd say his performance with GB puts that debate to rest.
     
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    No question. 2008 secondary was severely lacking in talent which is why since SB 42, the team has spent 8 picks on DBs
     
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    Just like Dom Capers said - he had a difficult time figuring out what his role was with the Patriots. Too bad, he left. I was quite excited that he had joined the Patriot's staff. I guess BB had a difficult time letting go of his control on the defensive side.
     
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