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That 31st pick sure would be nice.

Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by JR4, Feb 25, 2008.

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  1. JR4

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    Everytime I think about it ... I get pissed .... real mad.:mad:
    Just venting here ...
    They went way overboard taking that pick away.
    So many good draft prospects and that pick would have been real sweet!
     
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    It would. And while we should just move on, I can't and won't.

    That said, imagine if we hadn't traded for a #1 and had no pick until the end of round two :eek:
     
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    I was expecting the SF pick to be 15-20 so the way I look at it is we traded the 31st and 15-20 to get the #7 pick. If it helps you get over it at all :cool:
     
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    Interesting idea.
    But I still feel PATs did not get treated fairly. For a dispute over interpretation of a rule?????? VERY VERY excessive penality .... if it
    were any other team I doubt there would have even been a fine over
    $100,000. PATs got screwed by Goodell yeilding to the media bigots. :mad:

    Now the draft is near ... it is so painfully evident.
     
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