Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by BPF, May 2, 2008.
51 is a good number for Mayo. Most LBs wearing that number have a reputation for being nasty.
51 is a good number for jerod, especially if he wants to market himself and pick up endorsements in the near future. having a "attractive" number is important in that regard.
#51 is TIGHT ! Sorry, someone had to say it !
#98 for Crabel - Isn't that number more for DEs or NT than LB?
No, 90s are fairly common. I'm more surprised by 47 for Redd... I didn't know LBs could wear 40s. Maybe they can't and we just ran out for now though.
T.W. sporting Assante's old number, confident he is...
what does wearing someones old # have to do with being confident? Wihitle has Ty Law's #...you think hes confident he'll end up like Law?
Wilhite in 24......does that mean no Ty?
You must not watch a lot of preseason football.
The same when Colvin's number went to Hobson
Its almost guaranteed when a former player is gone he is not coming back if that Jersey number is now used by another player.
I can't remember it ever happening in the NFL - Does anyone?
Name me some NE linebackers who wore #90-#99?
I can't remember any off hand - or at least players that were not a bigger part of the team than just TC fodder.
Tully Banta-Cain worn 95, IIRC.
Sometimes the player gets to choose, sometimes not.
For example, Gostkowski mentioned that when he arrived in Foxboro, they gave him the choice of 3 or 5.
That is correct,But I mean more meaningful players on this team
So are these the #'s they will be wearing in the regular season also or just for training camp? The reason I ask is cause i remember Moss wearing #6 during training camp then once the regular season started he was wearing #81.
DeMarcus Ware 94 for Cowboys
Adalius - Why did I forget his number? - Must need my coffee this afternoon
I certainly don't... those are terrible football games.
I watch them. Football is football to me.
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