Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by DisgruntledTunaFan, Jul 21, 2008.
Yoicks. Good thing he said arguably. I can think of several RBs I'd rather have on my team over Westbrook, even when he is healthy.
Imagine what Westbrook would be able to do in New England. I don't think I would take any other back for this team. He's perfect for it.
That said, I don't think any RB is worth that kind of dough.
Back breaking contract negotiations? An always hobbled quarterback? And aging defense? Lack of big play wide receivers? These things couldn't have happened to a better team with a nicer fanbase.
At least they were willing to break the bank for a new CB
Honestly, I wish Asante luck on the Eagles. I hate that franchise and their fanbase, but he did a lot for us when he was here.
I don't. Screw him. I'll spin on a dime when someone leaves the Patriots. At least he came closer to playing out his contract than Meion Branch did although Samuel didn't either as he held out until we agreed not to use our contractual right to Franchise him.
I agree. Soon we will all see that Samuel was a part of a great system that made him who he i$ today.
So then he did play out his contract? Because he wasn't franchised, doesn't mean he didn't play out his contract.
Saw an intersting stat the other day.
From 2000-2004 McNabb was 54-18
From 2005-1007 he was 17-16 missing at least 3 games each year.......
IMO he didn't because he refused to show up to work until they agreed to remove what is, essentially, a team option year in the contract. Anyway, I didn't mean to change the subject here - sorry.
Westbrook, in the Pats offense, would be great, however, he is not going anywhere.
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