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Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by cstjohn17, Jan 19, 2013.

  1. cstjohn17

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    Think about it... It didn't register with me until now, if the Patriots win does your off approach to the off season ?

    At first glance I say No, but digging deeper maybe guys like Welker fit less if the team wins this year. If they lose then next year becomes a classic load up the wagon and go for it all year.
     

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    1 ~ How in #$%& does Welker "fit" less based on whether or not we win this year???

    2 ~ Wasn't the Goal to win it all???

    3 ~ How in the name of GOD would accomplishing that...change anyone's offseason approach???
     
  3. cstjohn17

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    If they win then may be able to think a few years out as opposed to "Go for broke"

    Just a thought drawn from boredom, personally in the NFL there is never much of a long-term. Each year is unique, man are we lucky to have the Patriots. 7 Championships in 11 years.. wow.
     
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    Might make us throw all of our chips in. Even moreso. No qb and coach have ever won 5 Super Bowls. Belichick and Brady could surpass Bradshaw/Noll and TFB can surpass Montana with a 5th. Joe's 4th was with Seifert.
     
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    Fair enough, Sir.

    My answer would be: Mad Bill always thinks a few years out.

    He never shoots'is load for one year.

    And that is indeed a Blessing, my good man: It is precisely why we've been The YardStick By Which All Others Are measured for 12 amazing years. :cool:
     
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    The Patriots should have an "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" offseason strategy and resign all their key players no matter what happens.
     
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    A bit impractical, perhaps, but I like the thrust of your argument.
     
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    at the end of the day you have to look at what you have, i dont think one game shapes the way you build your team
     

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