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If Brady went on IR, would you want the pats to go after Bledsoe?

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If Brady went on IR, Would you want Bledsoe to come out of Retirement?

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  2. no

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  1. brady199

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    The poll on the 5th quarter, showed that only 8% of the fans think we could win without Brady this year.

    I can't think of a Better Guy to Bring in then Bledsoe.

    Maybe his ego would be too Big.

    Or Maybe BB would be to Big.

    But I'm sure Kraft wouldn't mind, and as much as Bledsoe drove me crazy with all those turnovers, with this O-Line giving the Qb's all day to pass, I Think he would Light it Up!!!

    I just know I don't sleep well at night with Cassel as our #2.
     
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    I can, Matt Cassell
     
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    This is like asking if I'd call my ex-girlfriend if my wife left me. I rather not think about either scenario.
     
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    Bingo! :rofl:
     
  5. brady199

    brady199 Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    If your Ex had something left in the tank, then you could at least fool around until you found something better.
     
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    What is up with all this doom and gloom? We are in football heaven right now. Enjoy it!
     
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    Nah, let's bring these one's back in order

    1. Steve Grogan
    2. Tony Eason
    3. Hugh Millen

    you really don't have anything to talk about so just add another useless thread.
     
  8. letekro

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    Cassel, then Guts, then Flutie, then, and only then, does Drew Bledsoe come to mind.
     
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    It's a good thing for you I'm not a moderator, I'd ban someone for posting a thread this awful.
     
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    Call him for what? To go fishing?:confused:
     
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    Drew, I can't believe you've stooped to this level.
     
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    I'd throw Grogan out there. He was all balls anyway.

    Just put the neck collar on and send everybody long.
     
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    Bledsoe > Cassell. No question. The only uncertainty is whether Bledsoe is in game shape.
    Also this O-Line is perfect for Bledsoe; He'd get all the time he needs to find the open guy -- his glaring weakness was getting sacked when pressured instead of throwing it away; not as big an issue.

    In fact, I would say ask Bledsoe if he'd like to backup right now. Even if he says no, ask him if he'd be willing to get into game shape incase the unspeakable happens, and if it doesn't happen, get him on the roster so he's playoff eligible.

    I've said it before, we don't need a young, can't-start backup. We need a veteran who can come off the bench and score some points backup when spot starting. Although at this point, its probably too late to bring any veteran on board & expect them to learn the system.
     
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    What, my Ex likes it in the tank? She didn't used to.
     
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    I believe in Cassel. I think the kid could handle it.

    I base this on nothing else than a hunch, LOL
     
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    Drew brought this franchise up from the depths. But the guy just became shell-shocked over time. Watching him those last years in Dallas was painful, much like McNair now - proud warriors that have just taken too many hits. We have limited tape on Cassel, but he looked good in Miami in '05 when he played most of the game, and has looked good out there in limited action this year, save the one bad pick against Miami.
     
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    I always will appreciate what Bledsoe did for this team, but the answer is no. Now let's never speak of this again.
     
  18. RobAllan

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    I don't know where you're coming from on this, honestly. I think it's easy to get caught up in weird fantasy scenarios for fun, though. But let's space ourselves from this as fans for a minute, and I think you'll see how silly this is in actuality.

    Can you imagine if the Dolphins had problems and running back and went to grab Ricky Williams again? Uh... wait.

    Can you imagine if the Bears got desperate and went back to Rex Grossman? D'oh! Sorry.

    oK How about if Leftwich healed up and Petrino pulled Harrington on a 2-game winstreak and put him in! Oh jeez.

    Well, my point is... Great scott. Imagine if Steve Young went down and they went and grabbed Joe Cool for the rest of the season. THAT would never happen. (And it's the better example too!)

    LOL I see where you're going with this, but like someone said in my other thread, this is an "awful" idea.
     
  19. jbb9s

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    Fair enough. I was going to ask if you had high school tape on Cassel.
     
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    Bledsoe < Pennington. Bledsoe's "glaring weakness" was tunnelvision which resulted in poorly judged throws. I still try to forget that bewildered look on his face after he threw a pick at many a critical juncture. It was like he looke down field, seeing only his intended receiver, overlooking the fact that he was in double or even triple coverage. When he was intercepted, his face told a story - "where did that DB come from?"
     
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