Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Brady_to_Moss, Mar 10, 2008.
Who wants him and who dosnt??
nope, pac-man is where I draw the line----too many arrests, i just don't see any gentleman qualities in him
24 year old Pro-Bowl CB/PR for a late round draft pick? Hell yes.
If he gets in trouble, then he's gone - and that's that.
I really, really, really want to get the guy.
Stop beating around the bush. Look, do you want him or not? It's a simple question.
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dont know what the hell i am doing up
Go to sleep young man.
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I wouldn't want him unless we got some kind of crazy deal that gave him a very low one year deal that stipulated that if (or when I should say) he gets on the wrong side of the law again he looses his contract and has to re-pay any $$ paid out already....even then...I still don't think I want him... I do want some solid CB's though...but I'd like em to have 1/10th of a brain..so I say no....
ya i agree
under no circumstance would I want Pac-Man on our team
Most of my yes answer is due to is a WVU boy... other than that...
He is talented, I believe he was a top 10 pick in the draft, he's young, his reputation is shot, and he will come cheap.
There is enough veteran leadership to change his attitude.
Randy Moss proves that if you want to be treated like a man, and act like one too, come here, and compete at a high level with some of the best professionals in the business.
Young guys liek Pac-Man, want all the respect without really earning it, in New England, he's small fish, and I think he will look up to more in NE, than in Tenn. Especially with Rodney Harrison there...
No way should he be on this team. To equate his poor life choices and general f@cked up lifestyle with Moss' background is way off base. Two completely different worlds. Better to equate P-Man with Ray Lewis, or one of the other genuine thugs in the NFL.
For all of his admitted baggage, he does have Devin Hester potential.
He has effed up his career, but not to the point where he's completely unsalvageable (conversely, I think Mike Vick is history in the NFL). I think he's probably immature for his age. Maybe he can be had for a one-way contract that pays him to perform AND behave, thereby incentivising excellence on and off the field. I know BB respects Pacman's return skills. Look what he did to Sauerbrun after he kicked to him in '06. He almost cut him on the spot.
I think it would be a good low risk, high reward situation, and would say yes. If there's any team that he can play for, its the pats. However, I still don't think he gets it. I read a transcript of him on a radio show last week, and he just seems young, immature, and doesnt take responsibility for his actions. He doesn't seem to respect the league, and I wonder if he'd respect the Pats.
Do not see this as a good move for the Pats, Oakland maybe, but not here even if he signs a no risk contract for minimal money.. this makes no sense at all.
Hell no! No need for his wanna be ghetto gangster crap.
Like it or not, that subculture permeates all of professional sports. Do you think the Patriots currently have no one who ascribes to it? If they do have aspirants to that lifestyle, they're probably tempered by the locker room culture that the Pats have created. That is what you need. Then these guys can grow into solid pros, while that lifestyle aspect takes a secondary role.
You can't be too sanctimonious. You've got to be realistic. A lot of the athletes come from backgrounds that would frighten a lot of us here. You cannot ostracize everyone. Bring them along for the ride. Everyone can then prosper.
Stay away, far far away.
Nothing says "he doesn't get it" when they day before your reinstatement hearing with the Commish, you are in a strip club getting into trouble.
Let him be someone else's problem.
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