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Most consistently solid Patriots player so far at the midway point in the season?

Poll closed Nov 21, 2006.
  1. Tom Brady

    9.1%
  2. Laurence Maroney

    11.4%
  3. Corey Dillon

    6.8%
  4. Junior Seau

    6.8%
  5. Ty Warren

    54.5%
  6. Asante Samuel

    2.3%
  7. Reche Caldwell

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. Doug Gabriel

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  9. Vince Wilfork

    22.7%
  10. Some other Patriot not mentioned (players only-not staff)

    20.5%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. PATRIOT64

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    In a season of inconsistency so far,Which do you think has been the most consistent in terms of solid play week after week...A tough pick IMO since no particular Patriot as of yet do I consider a Pro-Bowl player who is dominating his position this far.
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    My top five in no particular order:

    #94

    #75

    #67

    #80

    #50
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    Ty Warren.
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    Thats my pick too...Extremely solid line play against the run,Better than Seymour this year so far.
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    Tale of the tape, Koppen is probably his closest competition.
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    The most consistent Patriot has been 2nd round pick Marquis Hill. Game after game, season after season he is consistently on the inactive list.
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    Dan Koppen, I agree.
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    Patrick Pass has been remarkably consistent all season ;)
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    I agree with wicked pissah. Week in, week out we know where Hill stands.
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    * Don't you mean sits?
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    Mike Vrabel
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    Ty Warren and it's not even close.
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    OMG, my coffee just came out my nose....
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    Mankins. They say if you don't hear an offensive lineman's name called then he's doing his job, and I haven't heard a d**n thing about Mankins this year.
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    So far this season, hands down it's Ty Warren.
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    Wow ChockBlkr, nice call.

    I think I'll change my answer to -

    Defense: Ty Warren
    Offense: Logan Mankins

    I saw Logan making some mean blocks in the running game during the Colts loss. I was applauding him and wishing we'd run more.

    Ah well spilt milk at this point.
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    my top 4: Warren, Koppen, Watson and Maroney
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    Where's the love for Troy Brown. He's still Brady's go to guy on 3rd down or any other crunch time. I think his experience really held that WR group together until they built up some chemistry. And the guy is still handling punts in crunch time. Not to mention him being back at DB on occassion.

    As much as I love Warren's play this year he plays on our most solid group, DL. He could have a bad game and it would go unnoticed because of big Sey and Wilfork.
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    Thanks Brownfan. I actually agree about Warren, but the fact that he seems to be getting better every game makes me view him as unconsistent. (in a good way)
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    My vote is Vrabel, Warren and Mankins. Surprised to see Watson's name in the mix, he seems to be the opposite. Nice catch, then a drop. Nice lead block then a whiff in pass protection. And overall Maroney has been good but he has been invisible in other games like Denver.

    If I had to pick one I would say Mankins, this kid is just getting better and better.
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    I dont agree about Rosey. It seems like hes on a Roller Coaster. Hes great in some games and disappears in others.

    He gets to the quarterback and running backs in the backfield in some and then gets to the quarterback and cant bring him down. I mean wtf? Brad Johnson is 38 years old and he deflected Rosey like he was an underweight sumo wrestler.

    I love Colvin and his play. But i sure as hell wish it would be on a consistent basis.

    TBC has been steady on ST's. Key tackles and blocks = great value and big ST player.

    ANYWAY

    The most consistent player(s) in my mind:

    The entire offensive line (minus Light at times) they have been lights out terrific. They make Dillon and Maroney look better and give Brady more time than hes had in ages if not ever.

    Big Ups to the main 5. Light (sometimes) Mankins, Koppen, Neal (when healthy) and O Callaghan. Great jobs assisting with Kaczur Britt Yates and Hochstein (why cant he be the director?)
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    That one play on Brad Johnson stands out for people having seen it front and center on national TV, but Rosey isn't the only defender who has bounced off a QB this season after he didn't fire in like an unchecked rocket. The NFL's roughing the passer standard has had an adverse affect on the QB sacks because players are now 'pulling their punches' to avoid "head blows," "late hits," or "leading with the helmet" calls that too often follow a "jacked up" highlight featuring the QB. "Protect the franchise" is working, but defenders are paying the price in missed sacks.

    While I wouldn't put Rosey in the most consistent grouping, I give him more credit for his play than seems the norm recently. Let's not forget Seymour seems to be playing at a slightly lower level than his norm in past years, that will affect Rosey's game on the left side. The Colts seem to know where Rosey is on each play...and I do love TBC's giant leap forward this season.
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    Agreed but i just used the BJ play as an example because its one everyone saw front and center. But Seymour i dont know whats happened to him. In the beginning of the year people were saying yea he looks like hes underperforming. But i just figured well he never has big stats so its not a big deal. But in some games he has been getting single coverage.

    I forgot that Rosey played behind Seymour i though Vrabel was behind Seymour and Rosey behind Warren. O well now i know.
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    They do mix things up a bit to confuse both you and the offense. Rosey and Vrabes will play both sides and sneak TBC in as a really nasty slider, but on balance Rosey lines up left and Vrabes, who is the better run stopper of the three, pairs with Ty.

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