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Is Roesy Colvin living up to expectations?

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  1. JR4

    JR4 In the Starting Line-up PatsFans.com Supporter

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    I am having this debate with a JETs fan. He says no. I say he is now.

    Here is some Info I offered to back it up.


    He ended up with 60 Tackles and 7 sacks. Considering there were about
    8 weeks when PATs ILBs were a mess, those are great stats and indicates
    he is back. If Bruschi and Vrabel had been the ILBs from the beginning
    of the year, Rosey may have been in the same catagory as Abraham, Porter, Peppers and even Feeney in terms of sacks.
    In terms of tackles He did get more total tackles last year than any
    of those I named above. Rosey is a force and very active.

    For a guy who is now doing as well as John Abraham how much more can
    be expected from him?


    Did I miss something? Am I wrong here?
    Is Rosey now back and living up to PATs expectations for him?
  2. smg93

    smg93 Rookie

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    You can end the debate by asking him how many SB's they've won in the last 30 years! You'll always win. :D
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    Ever since that personal foul in the first Buffalo game he was everything I expected. Based on the second half, I would say yes. Now we need it for a full season, and there's no reason to believe it won't happen.
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    For 1/2 season in 3 years he has. He was a force the second half of this year. Don't forget he also played very well in the 2004 playoffs.

    Overall the injury made it impossible to live up to expectations for much of his time here.

    I certainly am expecting big things from him all year long in 2006.

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