Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by patsinthesnow, May 8, 2019.
You misspelled Isabella.
(1) He couldn't beat Chris "I'm a Carolina Panther now" Hogan.
(2) If Gordon and Thomas are both on the roster its realistic that Dorsett might be the odd man out.
Only real locks are Edelman and Harry. Gordon is he is reinstated.
They never lost when he was on the team.
Dorsett will outproduce 2018 Hogan if give the chance. Excellent WR #4, maybe even #3
Ubosi seems to have a lot going for him already 25 didn't test well one trick pony and most of his yardage came in two games. Yeah he has the makings of a Patriots Hof WR to me.
You've perfectly described why I will scoff at all statements that Berrios will make the 53 barring a major improvement from him this summer. Absolutely nothing about him "popped" last year. He looked slow and small.
Edelman, Dorsett, Harry are locks assuming health. Thomas will likely start the year on the injury list and provide a mentor for Harry on how to play big in the NFL.
Berrios is about as close to a lock as I can find among the young guys, he is a very talented slot guy a year into the system. Jakobi Meyers is a physical David Given type, not amazing in any one area but good in all, he is still a longshot but I give him a fighting chance.
Gordon is the Pats chasing ghosts, even if he provides for a while he'll eventually let them down, maybe at a very bad time. Sounds cynical I know, but history isn't on his side...
Dorsett will have to have the mother of all TC's to be considered a lock. Because if t-rex arms Braxton Berrios and Jakobi Meyers plays well from the Slot I think both make it.
He must be injured or something....I was surprised myself. Thought he'd carve out a #4 WR/ST role here...
We’re going to hand off the ball to Harry on every down all year. And winning the super bowl
Dorset is going to have a stellar year. 140 receptions, 1890 yards and fifteen touchdowns
Dorsett, if he has a similar TC to his 4 previous TCs, is Not losing his spot on the 53 to Meyers and Especially to the "very talented" Barrio, who to be blunt is simply Not an NFL player.
Thank you Bruce!
Dorsett won a job last year beating out Kenny Britt along with others who many said were better, he led the Pats in postseason TD's... his job is safe assuming health.
Berrios is talented and was productive in college, funny how nobody mentions Tyreek Hill, Antonio Brown or other similar sized WR's when discussing "t-rex" length arms.
Your bias against Dorsett aside, I agree with you that he does not seem to be a lock. I base that on his contract, though. I do not base it on my like/dislike of the player, which is what you're doing. And I don't think he needs anything like "the mother of all TC's" to be a lock.
I won't go so far as to call Dorsett a lock, but amongst the WRs, he has the second fewest question marks going into this season (behind Edelman of course). Everyone else is either a rookie, has an injury history, or is a player who hasn't proven anything in the league yet. Dorsett has at least shown success in this system and seems to have Brady's trust. That already puts him ten steps ahead of anyone new this year.
Dorsett won the Job last year because Britt and others were injured. Dorsett played ok but we all thought he would be better maybe he shows more this year but I'm not holding my breath.
That Arya/Lillard mashup works just as well as Ellington in a Pats uniform.
Listen! I know it’s hard to do but we’re winning the bowl! Gonna kill all the fakers
Not only that! Gonna do this with players from Ohio.
Then the end of the world
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