Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by patsinthesnow, Aug 19, 2019.
EDIT: Maybe a rare Reiss miss:
Ohhh, I like this....
DT would be a bit of a surprise so still looking for confirmation. Great if true.
Thomas coming back could change the dynamic of my predicted 53 for sure. But I'll want to see how he looks coming off of that injury first. Still, great news since it sounds like we'll find out soon!
Thomas’ contract always made it very clear that he had no intention of missing 6 games. Now we’ll have to see if he’s recovered enough to hit the 60 catch and 800 yard incentives.
Nothing is for sure, but if taking a minute to put the fantasy land/best case scenario glasses on for a second.. Imagine a healthy and fully integrated WR group of Edelman, Gordon, Thomas, and Harry?
Don’t forget Meyers. I think the kid’s legit.
Would be nice if we didn't need him to play.
The battlestation is getting close to being fully operational.
Harris as the 6th?
Meredith on PUP or IR
Last year top 4: Edelman, Hogan, Dorsett, Patterson, with Jules out for the first 4 games.
This year potential top 4: Edelman (1 yr removed from injury), Gordon (healthier and more knowledgable about the playbook), Thomas, and keep at least 2 of Harry/Dorsett/Myers/Harris
With the weak TE position,
is still on track, IMO, though BB will obviously have to decide whether or not to carry that many WRs. Does anyone here (other than Patsfan2, who'd insist to all of us that the 3 month old infant with no limbs was ahead of Dorsett on his depth chart) think Harris or Berrios will beat out anyone on the above list?
Harris wont beat out Myers IMO. They should just leave DT on the PUP. They have plenty of bodies right now.
Wr group looks really a Force this year
I'd be shocked if DT is ready W1
So Edelman off the PUP?
How could anyone forget Meyers? He’s Jerry Rice 2.0 on this board.
He was on NFI and I guarantee you he will be off for week 1.
Yeah even if he isn’t the complete stud he’s been, and he’s somewhere down a few rungs..got to believe that he’d still make some things happen here and there lining up as a 3rd or 4th option against some of the pedestrian backup CBs in nickel/dime packages. That’s really all that anyone could ask for assuming things look good elsewhere at WR.
I think even when healthy, Harris' best shot was beating out the rookies (other than Harry) and Thomas/Gordon remaining unavailable (or at least one of them). Now, with his injury, I just don't see his path being clear.
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