BB and 7th Rd Picks

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    We know his brilliance with UDFAs...

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    Yeah, Sudfeld and Tompkins are off to the Hall of Fame soon.

     
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    Dennard was no brilliant pick. Everybody knew he was 2nd round talent but his off-field antics dropped him. It was worth a late pick to grab him and BB should be credited for taking a shot with picks that are basically throwaway anyhow, but it sure as hell wasn't genius.

    There is little difference between a 5th, 6th and 7th round pick and a UDFA. After the 4th round you're absolutely playing the lottery just as you are with UDFAs.

     
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    Dennard was a brilliant pick. Babe shut y0ur mouth before you die.

    thanks bb

     
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    Dennard was a brilliant pick. Babe shut y0ur mouth before you die.

    thanks bb

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    Another fake account to put on ignore. Rusty's got a million of 'em.

     
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    Dennard was no brilliant pick. Everybody knew he was 2nd round talent but his off-field antics dropped him. It was worth a late pick to grab him and BB should be credited for taking a shot with picks that are basically throwaway anyhow, but it sure as hell wasn't genius.

    There is little difference between a 5th, 6th and 7th round pick and a UDFA. After the 4th round you're absolutely playing the lottery just as you are with UDFAs.

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    Tom Brady.

     
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    Tom Brady.

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    If Belichick had the slightest inkling that Brady would be this good, he wouldn't have waited until the sixth round to take him.

    He would have traded up to get the first pick overall.

     
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    Tom Brady.

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    If Belichick had the slightest inkling that Brady would be this good, he wouldn't have waited until the sixth round to take him.

    He would have traded up to get the first pick overall.

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    1.) You forget that New England already had a beloved veteran pro-bowl QB in 2000? Why rush to draft a QB? 

    2.) BB said that Tommy was a graded as a 3rd round talent by New England, but the Pats had other holes to fill and QB was at the bottom of the list so they passed on Brady.

    3.) What kind of GM sees a 3rd round talent, notices he can get him later in the draft, but trades the house to get him? 

    4.) So BB deserves no credit for any personnel decisions?

     
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    3.) What kind of GM sees a 3rd round talent, notices he can get him later in the draft, but trades the house to get him? 

    4.) So BB deserves no credit for any personnel decisions?

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    3.  What kind of GM knows he can get a 3rd round talent later?  One with a magical crystal ball.  If Belichick had any idea that a first ballot HOF quarterback was sitting there for the taking, there isn't a chance he waits until the sixth round to take him.  It was pure luck.

    4.  He deserves plenty of credit, just none for taking Brady.

     
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    We know his brilliance with UDFAs, probably the best GM in the league at unearthing that kind of a prospect, but his 7th rd selections have been pretty darn good since 2009.

    On Dennard:

    8a. Did you Know, Part I: Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard has played more defensive snaps this season (543 by our count, including penalties) than any seventh-round draft choice from 2010-2013. On top of that, since we’ve seen them all, we’d feel confident saying that not only has Dennard played the most snaps of any seventh-rounder, they’ve been the most quality snaps, too. 

    http://espn.go.com/blog/boston/new-england-patriots/post/_/id/4752458/quick-hit-thoughts-around-nfl-patriots-7

     



    You've got a big apology to administer to mr.Rkarp Before anyone here will ever take you serious again.(that's if anyone did in the first place) Be a man and let him know you are sorry for calling him out so viciously on his information. Be a decent adult. Lets see if you are enough of a man to do it or will you offer excuses/explanations on why you won't/shouldn't/don't need to. It's in your Court boy. Oh...and my guess is the latter PLUS you will call me a troll and/or bustchise. Lets see...

     

     

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