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  1. Patters

    Patters Moderator Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    If you could reach back and add Patriot from the past to the roster, who would it be? Of course, let's assume that player would play with all the skill he had at his height. And choose a player who would help us beat the Colts.
     
  2. BelichickFan

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    Give me Ty Law, baby. Him and Samuel . . . Mmmm mmm good.
     
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    BruschiOnTap On the Game Day Roster

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    Since someone already said Ty, I'll go with Ted Johnson

    Unless we're going further back, then I'll take Mosi Tatupu for the sake of obscurity
     
  4. Flying Fungi

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    Bring back Willie...John Hannah...Irving Fryar and Stanley Morgan...Grogan on the sidelines...and Darryl Stingley...so that he could bask in the moment...
     
  5. Willie55

    Willie55 In the Starting Line-Up

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    Nellie....
     
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    Ty Law, only because he could pick off Manning 3 times again.
     
  7. Patters

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    I agree that Ty Law is most tempting but Stanley Morgan is awfully good choice, too.
     
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    Little Mack Herron, lol. He's actually the reason I became a Pats fan. I'd love to see vintage 2003 Ty Law back, for Sunday night. It made me sad that we were one of his final choices, and he chose the Chiefs.
     
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    Andre, imagine him in TBCs spot. or Nellie and move Vrabel back outside.
     
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    Considering Ted Johnson barely played when the Pats played the Colts in January 2005...






















    Earthwind Moreland.
     
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    I was thinkin the same thing.

    Either him or a younger Willie McGuinest.
     
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    Hey, Willy55. Do you mean you wouldn't want McGinest back?

    If we're reaching back here than definitely Hannah, Haynes, Nelson, Law, and Willy.
     
  13. rookBoston

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    Tony Simmons. Either him or Chris Canty.
     
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    Ben Coates,Bruce Armstrong
     
  15. AndyJohnson

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    Easty question.....




    ..........Andy Johnson, of course
     
  16. pats1

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    If you so insist it's an Easty question.....



    ..........Jermaine Wiggins, of course. :D
     
  17. kptmorgan04

    kptmorgan04 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    what a great thread.....
    I think the easy answer is Ty for all of the times he has been on the receiving end of Paytons passes.
    I have always wished that Ben Coates could suit up for Brady (also have wished for a long time that either grahm or watson would develop into the player Big Ben was)
     
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    I'd say John Hannah. He could plow the way for Maroney.
     
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    I think I'd rather have Mike Haynes and Andre Tippett. Of course Law and Willie did give him fits.
     
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    John Hannah.

    With Dillon and Maroney, I estimate time of possession at 59 minutes.
     

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