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  1. PATRIOTSFANINPA

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    ...at the draft when its NEs time to pick, to announce one or two of the next great Linebackers for the Patriots in round 2

    We have to let Andre announce at least one Linebacker :),let's draft one at 33 or 60 or maybe in both spots!

    ....Andre will be doing the announcing of Belichick's first 2 picks for the Pats in the second round ...if we have any picks at that time :cool:

    I would love for our next linebacker chosen tomorrow to be even a 1/4 as good as Andre was
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    I've never seen Tippett play...looking at the stats it would seem he had 2 monster years and overall had mostly below 10 sack seasons.Was he really as good as this forum makes him out to be?
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    It isn't just this forum! But you are right, had 2 good seasons, no wonder he isn't a HoFer!!

    Oh wait... :rolleyes:
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    Well i know that he is a hall of famer,pro bowler etc. but people are making it sound like he was LT. I'm obviously ignorant when it comes to him.
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    Screw that, Andre should suit up himself! He can't be any worse than TBC.
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    He got hurt in the middle of his career and his production diminished. I think it could be argued that he was on par with LT. He didn't have the benefit of playing for a hall of fame coach and didn't play in as many big games.

    He had great hands. I think he was/is a black belt.
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    Wasn't he also on the strong side? Meaning he also had the TE to deal with!
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    Yes he was. As a matter of fact that is how he got hurt. I remember him tossing a tight end off him and maybe hurting his knee...I can't remember.
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    Made of glass! :rolleyes:
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    If you didn't see much of Tipp how much of LT could you have seen? Yet I am sure you don't question him.
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    There's a crapload of footage and material available regarding LT.Not so much when it comes to Tippett.
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    That tends to happen when you are referring to a player on a multiple SB championship team and a player on a team that was mostly pathetic during his career
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