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Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by broadwayjoe, Mar 6, 2006.

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  1. broadwayjoe

    broadwayjoe In the Starting Line-Up

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    patriotsrule Practice Squad Player

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    I think all of those options sound pretty solid. I would be happy with any of them personally.
     
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    flutie2phelan Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    Write-ups like that just make my mouth water.

    I have a small challenge for those of you who know the draft.

    It is an exercise that takes mouth-watering all the way to gorging the imagination.
    But i don't want to make static on this thread, so i post it separately.
     
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    gomezcat It's SIR Moderator to you Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Same here. I guess, as the article states, it depends on the Pats having a decent number 2 WR. I'm not sure that there was much wrong with last year's secondary, which wasn't attributable to horrendously bad luck. Samuel, Gay and Hobbs are developing well (Hobbs in particular seems to have a taste for the physical side of the game), Poole is still able to do a job of sorts, Rodney is Rodney and Wilson is OK at FS. I'm more concerned about the age of the LBs and the Running Backs.
     
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