TOP 10 best 2007 FA fits for Patriots

Discussion in ' - Patriots Fan Forum' started by marcus, Jan 31, 2007.

  1. marcus

    marcus On the Game Day Roster

    Short, Stallworth and Baker should be top priorities

    1. Warrick Holdman LB
    2. Jeff Posey LB
    3. Ken Hamlin
    4. Brandon Short LB
    5. Shaun Williams S
    6. Roderick Hood CB
    7. Donte Stallworth
    8. Drew Bennett WR
    9. London Fletcher-Baker
    10. Carlos Polk LB
  2. Alk

    Alk In the Starting Line-Up

    Wow, Carlos Polk eh? I started a thread on him a while back. I don't know if he would be in the top 10 but I think he would be a good signing. He's played alot at OLB in San Diego's 3-4 this season and is a special teams demon. Worst case, he have a great player on special teams. Best case we have a LB hitting his prime that could contribute in our regular starting rotation.
  3. thecrazyeye

    thecrazyeye On the Roster

    I would expect to see some secondary help come in through FA. I think Rod Hood is near the top of that list because I think he would solidify the nickle. I'm also going to throw Travis Fisher into the mix. Now I know he has been hurt the past few years, but he really looked like he had some talent coming out of the same school as Asante. He was picked in the second round so he is alright physically. I think he is a guy we might bring in for short money and see what he can do if he stays healthy
  4. notex

    notex Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    #87 Jersey

    i think its more of a list of FA that would be good for US not just in general...i know he wont be cheap but how bout Adalius Thomas
  5. buddylove75

    buddylove75 Rookie

    1. Michael Lewis S Philly
    2. Danny Clark LB Oakland
    3. Cato June LB indy
    4. Reggie Torbor Lb Giants
    5. Justin Gage WR Bears
    6. Adalius Thomas LB Ravens
    7. Matt McBriar P Cowboys
    8. Corey Redding DL Lions
    9. Vinny Ciurciu LB Panthers
    10. Jeff Posey LB Redskins
  6. p8ryts

    p8ryts Third String But Playing on Special Teams


    Most of these guys stink with the exception of Stallworth (who is always injured) and Drew Bennett.

    I live in DC and they have castigated Holdman for a couple years. It's newsworthy when he makes a tackle or has a decent game. The rest of them are no better than the reserves we currently have.
  7. JoePats

    JoePats In the Starting Line-Up

    Reggie Torbor is horrible.
  8. cubedoggy

    cubedoggy On the Game Day Roster

    Mat McBriar? We have Miller, Sauerbrun, Walter, Baugher, and Malone. I see no room for another punter.
  9. buddylove75

    buddylove75 Rookie

    Torbor got moved from defensive end in college to a 4-3 backer position. He is best fit in a 3-4 as an outside backer. He won't set the world on fire but could make plays and contribute on special teams. I know we have all those punters, that is the problem- how about one good one.
  10. Turd Furguson

    Turd Furguson Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    You mean we couldnt make Dwight Freeney work in our system as a DE/OLB?
  11. JackBauer

    JackBauer Pro Bowl Player

    Michael Lewis is garbage.
  12. ironwasp

    ironwasp Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    Anyone got any views on Adam Archuleta? Looks like he might be trying to get out of DC after a miserable season and apparently falling out with Gregg Williams.

    I know he's a significant cap hit, but I can't believe he's really the bust he looked in Washington this season.

    What might it take? (Aside from the Pats ripping up their recent guide to FA, I know, I know...)
  13. ATippett56

    ATippett56 Pro Bowl Player

    Aside from London Fletcher and possibly Carlos Polk, the rest of that list is garbage.
  14. ATippett56

    ATippett56 Pro Bowl Player

    He is terrible in pass coverage which is why he was benched in the first place. After watching the Patriots defense in the second half against the Indianapolis Colts, this clown is the last person you want playing in the Patriots defensive secondary.
  15. wdkantro2

    wdkantro2 Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    Michael Lewis and Archuleta would be miserable fits for the Pats. Both got benched because they can't cover the pass, and are probably going to be asking for legitimate money.

    To the guy who mentioned Fisher...I like the way you think. Since there is no Grade A defensive back (cornerback specifically) in this free agent pool, it is important to explore many options, especially if they are going to be cheap. I would like Hamlin, but the guy doesn't quite seem to have a Patriots attitude. Good hardnose player though.
  16. ajmitch81

    ajmitch81 On the Roster

    I'd rather have Michael Lewis if anyone. Archuletta got benched because he's Sean Taylor with no skill - and unfortunately Sean Taylor is also on his team so he wasn't going to be playing over him. Genius move by Washington bringing in a guy who can't cover the pass to play FS next to a SS who also can't cover the pass.

    One Washington guy to keep on the radar is Brandon Lloyd. He was a bust this year on the Skins but he showed flashes of absolute brilliance in San Fran - he may get cut or could come dirt cheap in a trade. He would fit in nicely as a #2/#3 WR and he's got about as good of hands as I've seen.
  17. DaBruinz

    DaBruinz Pats, B's, Sox Supporter

    #50 Jersey

    Danny Clark doesn't play for Oakland anymore. He is with the Saints.
    Cato June would be a bad choice, imho.
    Posey was looked at last year and the Pats passed.
    McBriar? Why? Miller is still under contract.

    The only guy I agree with here is Thomas.
  18. mcsully

    mcsully In the Starting Line-Up

    Ken hamlin is not junk..
  19. ATippett56

    ATippett56 Pro Bowl Player

    Ken Hamlin is not the same player since his head injury.
  20. minvardar

    minvardar Practice Squad Player

    Am I the only one that thinks Donnie Edwards would be a great 2 or 3 year pickup?

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