Championship! Patriots Sign Lenzy Pipkins

2020 Patriots Season:
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Next Up: vs Raiders
Pick Results: LAS: 3.4% at NE: 96.6%
Sep 27th

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What will happen with Lenzy Pipkins?

  • He will challenge for a starting position

    Votes: 1 4.0%
  • He will make the team as a backup

    Votes: 1 4.0%
  • He will make the roster as a special teams specialist

    Votes: 2 8.0%
  • He won't survive training camp

    Votes: 5 20.0%
  • He will be cut before training camp

    Votes: 4 16.0%
  • Ray Lewis studied under Dr. Jack Kevorkian

    Votes: 12 48.0%

  • Total voters

captain stone

Pro Bowl Player
Show of hands: had anyone heard of this guy (besides Bill and Nick)?
I have...strictly summer fodder...doesn't really have any outstanding physical traits, but doesn't have any that suck either...Bill's had worse CBs on the 90, so we have that going for us...
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JarOfMayo51 Supporter Supporter
I was really nervous about the offseason, but this signing has completely alleviated any and all concerns. Lets just skip the draft and jump into training camp!

Hercules Rockefeller

Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job
Remember him playing with the Colts, Frank Reich's first season, they were struggling and very banged up at receiver and in the secondary so Pipkins played a lot of snaps. Just looked it up and he had 9 tackles in the game. He stood out for both his name and because he was extremely feisty, he was handsy and got called for it at least once. Likely training camp fodder but I voted 'backup' because I liked how aggressive he was.

DarrylS Supporter Supporter
2019 Weekly Picks Winner
The Pats sign a guy for probably the minimum, and the crowd goes wild..

ST Addition who can also play CB on spot duty??

In the past it seems that these are the signings that add depth to this team, which has been the Pats trademark..


Northern VA/Retired Supporter
The Pats sign a guy for probably the minimum, and the crowd goes wild..

Goodell is probably going to invalidate the signing anyway as detrimental to the competitive landscape of the NFL. No one team can become too strong.