DEAD IN THE WATER

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    DEAD IN THE WATER

     BENCH ARGUMENTS,FINGER POINTING,YELLING AND SCREEMING BEHIND B.B. AND HE IS BLIND TO THE MUTNEY. THATS WHAT I SAW PERSONALLY SUNDAY.THE COACH IS BURNED OUT,NO FIRE,SPRIT JUST THE DEER IN THE HEADLIGHTS LOOK OF CONFUSION. A DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST PUTS A TEAM TOGETHER THAT COULD NOT STOP B.C.  I BELIEVE YESTERDAY I SAW WELKER DRIVING THE TEAM BUS ALOND WITH EVERYTHING ELSE HE DOES.  WITHOUT HIM WE LOSE AT LEAST TWO MORE. DAVID THOMAS IS THRIVING IN N.O. BUT HE IS ONLY A PASS CATCHING T.E. SO WE DID NOT NEED HIM BECAUSE WE KEPT BAKER. SORRY TO SAY THE GLORY DAYS ARE IN THE PAST AND WE ARE TAKING ON  WATER AND IT IS TIME TO GO DOWN WITH THE COACH.
     
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    Re: DEAD IN THE WATER

    Belichick had plenty of opporuntiy to upgrade the team. This is a worse defense than the one that ran out of gas in the AFCC game in the 2nd half agaist the Colt and were pick apart by Manning.  Almost every free agent decision has turned to mud, Galloway; Thomas; Burgess; Springs; Taylor; Baker and on and on it goes.  It is not one decision or one year of bad decisions that have the Patriots facing an uphill battle but several years of botched player personnel decisions in allowing key defensive players all walk at the same time (Vrabel, Seymour, Bruschi) and replacing them with Building 19 talents, other NFL "discards" and oldtimers with no leadership ability.  I could see this coming and can not understand what on earth Belichick is hoping to accomplish.
     
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    Re: DEAD IN THE WATER

    Thats the key....He never tried to rebuild this defense before it fell apart.  Then he decides to do it all at once this year.  Fail.
     

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