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  1. thecrazyeye

    thecrazyeye On the Roster

    Just noticed that the Pats picked up former Hurricane Quad Hill. I know that he won't add anything this year but I think this kid has a chance to contribute next year. He is very similar to Pass, just hopefully more durable. Hill has some decent speed for a short yardage runner. He also has very good hands and plays special teams (he even played some defense at Miami.
    i know he could be cut tomorrow but he is one of those smart versatile players that at least deserves a look. This makes sense because Dillons carer is winding down, though he did have a good year.
     
  2. psychoPat

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    Glad you pointed it out.
     
  3. Pats726

    Pats726 Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    I noticed Reiss talked about some players for tyouts a few days ago...Pats always keep the PSqd full of players to use..and look at ALWAYS a few steps ahead..
     
  4. cstjohn17

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    Man, that is crazy. You read my mind, I thought the same thing. I remember thinking that this guy could be a potential ST demon and provide some depth at FB and RB. A younger faster Patrick Pass, I like this move. It will be good to see what he can prove next year in camp.
     
  5. Fogbuster

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    THAT is what I LOVE about BB & Co.
     
  6. Box_O_Rocks

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    Spotted it in Reiss' blog earlier, thanks for the background on Quad. Between Mills and Quad, Pass has some competition if he comes back...
     
  7. PatsWickedPissah

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    It doesn't help that Pass is a vet at a higher payscale and has a known max upside. But I've thought that before. I see lots of moves to upgrade STs in 2007. Having more than one of our supposed 2006 ST wiz kids on IR didn't help this season.
     
  8. cstjohn17

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    I love the youth movement on STs, the results have been improved units. There was a thread on this earlier but the new crew (Andrews, Mays, Woods, Alexander, Wright) have improved the overall effectiveness of the STs. I would rather see a 25 year old with some speed that some old geezer.
     
  9. Pats726

    Pats726 Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    yes...ge was one I think they looked at..and with Mills..I thoughth he might have been better suited..but why not have both..and PAss, who I LIKED a lot...will have cheaper competition so he would HAVE To be so much better...
     
  10. Box_O_Rocks

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    Howdy Stan! Competition is the key word. As long as SP can find quality talent and BB can put them in a competitive situation, your going to find a few guys who just work hard to succeed. I can live with that.
     
  11. Remix 6

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    im a Hurricane fan..wont be a great blocker like a Neal and whoever but hes fast..and like people said he can be like Pass and other receiving FBs. Quad is also capable of being a 3rd down back
     
  12. pats1

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    There's no guarantee he'll be signed past this week, nevermind training camp next year.

    Let's not get ahead of ourselves, especially considering this is a player who only stuck with his last team (the Bears) for 24 hours.

    What he did in college now over a year ago is irrelevant.
     
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2007
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