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Is PacMan Patriot material?

Poll closed Mar 22, 2009.
  1. yes he is worth the risk. make it rain

    32 vote(s)
    40.5%
  2. no he isn't worth a dollar of rain

    47 vote(s)
    59.5%
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  1. Terry Glenn is a cowgirl

    Terry Glenn is a cowgirl Banned

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    I think that he is a whack job beyond... and would not want him.

    But, is he worth any pick?

    I heard that he is close to becoming a Cowturd, so, that is cool with me.
     
  2. Kdo5

    Kdo5 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Is there enough f*ckin PacMan threads yet?

    make it rain
     
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  3. patsfanofNC12

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    No way, not worth the risk.
     
  4. TBonePatsFan

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    How is this poll any different than the one currently 3 posts down "Would you like the Pats to get PacMan"?

    Come on now.
     
  5. Terry Glenn is a cowgirl

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    I don't think that there are enough PacMan threads.

    I love PacMan.

    Ok... not really.

    Sometimes I just like to be a cawkee bastid...
     
  6. NePatriots

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    Honestly, yeah, I would like Pacman. He has shown he is a great player. The Patriots organization has shown that we can take questionable character guys and make them work in our system. Would you screw around with Bruschi, Vrabel, Harrison, Brady, Moss, Seau, Seymour watching you? I know Pacman is a little rougher than Moss and Dillon, but his talent is worth the risk -- at least people would shut up about Spygate for a while.
     
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    talent wise yes, but the man himself is a no go area, but im still on the fence
     
  8. mojocaster.com

    mojocaster.com Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    my thought exactly...
     
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    he is a major problem. its off the field problems that are a huge concern
     
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    amazinPats Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Don't want anything to do with him.
     
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    #87 Jersey

    I see it this way. You can give just about anybody a second chance. He wants to come here knowing full well what that means. If you come here you behave or you are out, some one who still plans on messing around would not want to come here. So why not, if it only costs us a fourth or third then do it.
     
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    Its raining Pac-Man threads. But I think hes to far gone in his behavior. He's much more of a risk than Dillon, or Moss. what they did was kiddy sh!t compared to PM.
     
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  13. Keegs

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    hahahaha what the hell does "he isn't worth a dollar of rain" mean?

    nice work, i like it.
     
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    Dillon, Moss...our track record is pretty good with "troubled" stars. I'll take a return man like PacMan.
     
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    I was thinking the same thing,DINH,and I would add Brian Cox to that list(maybe not as bad in his last few years,but he had his moments),but Pac Mac may be a league by himself when it comes to transgressions.Even after being heavily sanctioned and warned by Goodell,he was still hanging around with the wrong crowd at the wrong places....might have some mental health issues,or is just plain bad.....
     
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    I think he is out & out bad. He should go be a Cowgirl.
     
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    According to Florio on PFT, the Pat are not interested (per Albert Breer - whom I miss)
     
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