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Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by b72s, Apr 29, 2011.

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  1. b72s

    b72s On the Game Day Roster

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    vereen

    A new and better version of Faulk as home run hitter and can catch out of backfield.

    Maybe not a cowbell but pretty close
     
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    Re: vereen

    I thought Woodhead was the new Kevin Faulk?
     
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    Re: vereen

    more like wes welker in a RB
     
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    Off The Grid Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    If the Mods Deem It so!! :D

    RB Shane Vereen ~ 5.10/210

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    Shane Vereen commands an explosive blend of Burst, Fluidity, Lateral Agility, and sudden Lateral Velocity.

    He boasts exceptional Diagnostic Skills, Processing Speed, and Vision, working with his Line to set up Blocks.

    And he commands frightening Verticity: the ability to explode out of his Breaks.

    In a word: dangerous physical skills and the brains to apply them with deadly force.
     
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    Shane Vereen is the perfect compliment to Green + WoodHead: A guy who can play all 3 downs, and can play them exceptionally well.

    Furthermore ~ to pick up on a theme of Brother Maine + Sister Pat ~ he is a true dual threat ~ a guy who is equally dangerous in the passing and receiving Games.

    This opens up our Offensive options dramatically...and sets the opposing D's back on their heels.
     
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