Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Bertil, Apr 17, 2008.
per Mike Reiss:
Koo Koo Ka Choo...
I would kick the 3 or 4 punts they might have to make this season for free.
That's nice, but don't you mean,
"Punter Scott Player the player who is a punter to sign on"
That's a broken nose waiting to happen
We have Hulk Hogan coming over...
He was pretty good imo.
when he came to the Browns' rescue last year, he had a fairly decent punt average, but his net was horrible - sign of a poor punt coverage team?
You beat me to it.
I think it could be one of two things - which can't necessarily be found from stats (unless someone knows how to pull more data/analyze differently).
1. poor coverage as you stated
2. short hang-time / line drive kicking
if it is #2; that doesn't bode well for him. My impression is BB has been valueing consistent hang time and punt placement over distance. So he has kept punters that the fan-base hasn't 100% supported.
A Punter to be drafted in round 6 or 7 - Hulk Hogan back on the streets
I'm not so sure a 6 or 7 would beat out Hanson or Player so why waste the pick. I would pick a UDFA up, but if you want a starting punter you should draft one in the mid rounds.
get an afl kicker
He wears the one bar mask? SIGN HIM NOW.
But here's a serious question: didn't you have to be playing with a single bar helmet when it was still used commonly to be able wear it now? Could've sworn I read/heard that around the time the Pats played the Browns last year. On the heels of that question, 'cause I'm kinda short on time right now and thus can't look it up, when was the single bar helmet phased out in favor the current facemask? Does that make this dude pretty old?
I don't really care, he looks like an old school style player. Hopefully he gives Hanson some competition in camp and maybe wins the job.
38, according to Reiss' article.
He was VERY good a few years ago.
Dunno if he still has it though.
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