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  1. Sean Pa Patriot

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    He has been MIA since Day 1 of camp, but I dont remember hearing any thing of the nature he had major offseason surgery???
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    hes often injured .. hes our 2nd best player and we need him healthy. why risk him in preseason? i think he'll be back next week slowly at TC and then play in the last PS game
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    Yes!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    No "offense" but who's our 1st best player then? (EDIT: Remix 6 is 100% correct, I'm a moron and thought defense only
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    Brady?

    then Seymour
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    Ah sorry I was thinking defensive only. You're correct, my apologies.
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    I don't know who "Seymoer" is.
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    I think you mean... Brady, Harrison then maybe Seymour, though you could make a case for Warren, Wilfork and possibly Thomas.
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    no no no.
    Seymour is more important than Harrison..i know it sounds weird but i think our whole front 3 is


    our DL is the foundation of our success imo aswell as the best QB
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    With Rodney- No playoff losses.
    Without Rodney- The pats' only 2 playoff losses.
    Seymour might be a better play, but Rodney is the MVP of the defense.
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    It is common knowledge to everyone even VAGUELY paying attention that the Patriots are babying Seymour because they trust him, as a vet, to come back and be ready for the regular season in time. They're being smart. There is literally NOTHING to even bother wondering about worrying about.

    Check out patriots.com or bostonherald.com or boston.com/globe/sports or patsfans.com or anywhere else on the internet for insight like this.
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    In a hard fought game tonight he completely failed to make his presence felt, I mean, when is he going to step up? I'm really worried.
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    Of all the injured players, Seymour is one I'm worried the least about. The Patriots have held him out of preseason in the past. You know what he can do and he certainly knows the defense well so there isn't really a reason to play him when he has had some injury problems.
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    On a team that reveals nothing we know he played last season with a piece of furniture on his arm, had surgery on his knee and played on a bad ankle.

    We have lots of DL to look at, why give yourself an aneurysm. Take a pill and get a good nights sleep.
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    http://www.patriots.com/news/index.cfm?ac=latestnewsdetail&pid=27094&pcid=44

    "As for Brown and Seymour, I expect both players to be ready for the season opener although I don’t know for sure. Both guys are recovering from offseason knee procedures."

    "Seymour even did some running off to the side with the training staff on the field during one workout. I could ask Bill, but I’m sure they’d all fall into the “day-to-day” category that seems to include all players. But I actually think at this point that Seymour and Brown would be accurately portrayed as “day-to-day” since I have a hunch we could see them any day as we work through the later part of August.
    Andy Hart"
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    How do you know this or can it be quantified?? Maybe in your opinion, Rodney did not make our Offense play poorly.. anything can be argued, but it is what it is football and stuff happens. The best team will win, despite any injuries.

    Seymour is a very important part of this D, along with Harrison, Bruschi, Warren, Wilson, Gay etc. The sum is greater than any of its parts, these arguments might fare well in fantasy football, but here they have 0 credibility.
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    The Spelling Police is out!!!!
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    I think Sey's influence is underestimated slightly, because he doesn't appear to get in the action as often as one might expect. Then you review the tape and look at the number of times he is double teamed. He hustles all game and is still as aggressive in the fourth quarter. I would worry a lot if he was missing for a season.
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    Its not different than people getting on Randy Cross for calling Matt Light, Todd Lyght. Or Wes Welker being called Wes WALKER in the broadcast.
     
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    Re: Is it too early to be concerned about Seymoer??

    If you're a Patriots fan and start a thread with the name of one of our players in it, I think that you should make the effort.

    http://www.patriots.com/team/index.cfm?ac=Rosters&Print=yes
     

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