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2021 Draft Binkie Thread

2021 Patriots Season:
Upcoming Opponent:
Next Up: at Bills
Pick Results: NE: 83.1% at BUF: 16.9%

Dec 6th

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Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job
Any QB they take is going to be my binkie, and any non-QB they take will be my anti-binkie.

Get a MFing quarterback.


In the Starting Line-Up
Asante Samuel Jr.

Height is overrated and he is Asante Samuel Sr just 20 years younger


In the Starting Line-Up
Trevon Moehrig, S

He brings the wood and can cover anyone and is an excellent tackler. And he plays with passion. Wooden hands, alas, but everything else is great.

He will be available at 15, but there are more pressing needs..

Eric Stokes, CB also. Maybe a reach at 15 but I doubt he will be available in the second (Seattle loves speed but I don't know if they are looking for DBs)
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Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal
DT barmore of Alabama - tremendous pass rusher, but needs help as a run stuffer.

CB newsome of northwestern - probably better in zone, but developing as a press man cover. Best replacement for Gilmore I have seen in this draft.

OT brown of northern Iowa - a massive monster who buries people in the run game. Needs help in pass protection,

WR Darden of north Texas - playmaker!

WR Moore of ole miss - smallish playmaker but always open.

Number 1 favorite player WR waddle of Alabama - lightweight but super fast, most sudden player in college football. A threat every time he steps on the field. Eats up defensive backs like they pez!
You’re the only one to have a binkie selected by the Pats.


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Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal
So glad they didn't draft Asante Jr. His dad is too involved and still has animosity towards the Pats.
I’ve rewatched several older Patriot’s games, and seeing Asante Sr, it makes sense why he was a DB and not a WR. He dropped so many INT’s, I think he could have had 3 or 4 INTs in the 2004 AFC championship game, instead of the one he had.