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Derek Stingley Jr. is Darryl Stingley's Grandson

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DarrylS

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Darryl Stingley one of my all time faves... thus my name on this board. He has never gotten enough recognition for what he did as a Patriot and how it all ended for him by a cheap hit from the Oakland player Jack Tatum, aka "The Assassin"..

I suspect Derek was cut from the same cloth.
 

Hawaiianpatsfan2

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There’s talk he could fall to the 10-15 range. Wonder if we could get a team in that range to do a trade of our first (21), along with a franchise tag and trade of JC Jackson to that team, to move up into the 10-15 range to acquire Stingly, if he does indeed fall a little. A team like Minnesota at 12 comes to mind, they’ve kind of struck out drafting corners over the last few years, and might prefer getting a proven corner like Jackson over drafting one. Actually looking at the way 10-15 unfolds, there could be several teams who might be interested. Stingly is perfect for BB’s defense. That would be a dream come true.
 

upstater1

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There’s talk he could fall to the 10-15 range. Wonder if we could get a team in that range to do a trade of our first (21), along with a franchise tag and trade of JC Jackson to that team, to move up into the 10-15 range to acquire Stingly, if he does indeed fall a little. A team like Minnesota at 12 comes to mind, they’ve kind of struck out drafting corners over the last few years, and might prefer getting a proven corner like Jackson over drafting one. Actually looking at the way 10-15 unfolds, there could be several teams who might be interested. Stingly is perfect for BB’s defense. That would be a dream come true.
Minnesota or any other team would be insane to do a trade like that.

Stingley will come cheap and JC won't. I get that JC is a proven commodity but the prospect of grabbing a guy on the cheap is too good to pass up.

It would be an incredibly good trade for the Patriots.
 

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