Nick Kaczur

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    Re: Nick Kaczur

    Kaczur will move to OG because the Pats won't bring back Neal. They need to draft an OT to replace Kaczur out right, though.
     
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    Kaczur will move to OG because the Pats won't bring back Neal. They need to draft an OT to replace Kaczur out right, though.
    Posted by 49Patriots


    We still have Light at LT and Vollmer at RT
     
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    Re: Nick Kaczur

    Hmmm he sucked at tackle, so move him to guard? What makes people think he can even play guard? It's a different skill set, and a position Kaczur has never played before. Why is this such a popular suggestion? How about they move Kevin Faulk to WR and Merriweather to CB while we're at it.
     
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    Re: Nick Kaczur

    This guy, along with his "Door" Matt twin brother must go. If they can't block at tackle, what makes you think (or what are you obviously smoking) that makes you think that they can block at the guard position.
     
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    Re: Nick Kaczur

    To be honest, Kaczur's footwork isn't quick enough to play RT. He is more a power OLman more than a finesse one, like Might Light, so playing RG would be a good transition. 
     
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    It'd be a good move. Vollmer is one of the better pass blockers on the team. He'll make things tough for Mathis when we play the Colts. Kaczur is one of the team's best run blockers and can still create holes from the guard position. Kaczur's only problem was with some speed rushers, which should not be a problem inside. He is also a lot stronger than Connolly and should be able to stand up most anyone he is assigned to block. If Neal does not come back, a line of Light, Mankins, Koppen, Kaczur, and Vollmer is probably the team's best line.
     
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    Re: Nick Kaczur

    Kaczur has never played well for the Pats. Watch films and see him get beat by not only speed rushers but any DL. This OL is not good and getting worse. Koppen can't fight off strong DL's, Light was good up til 3 years ago, no more. Neal is gone, Only Mankins and Vollmer offer hope and Mankins won't get the $ he wants.

    This years draft is loaded w good OL's, I'd draft a C/G and a OT with the early picks and forget about other positions until late in the draft. There are 7 top rated OT's in the draft, surely one will be available at 22 or 44, also a few good C/G's
     
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    It'd be a good move. Vollmer is one of the better pass blockers on the team. He'll make things tough for Mathis when we play the Colts. Kaczur is one of the team's best run blockers and can still create holes from the guard position. Kaczur's only problem was with some speed rushers, which should not be a problem inside. He is also a lot stronger than Connolly and should be able to stand up most anyone he is assigned to block. If Neal does not come back, a line of Light, Mankins, Koppen, Kaczur, and Vollmer is probably the team's best line.
    Posted by KyleCleric2

     
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    Re: Nick Kaczur

    Nick did sign a multi year deal prior to the start of last season.  Nick's footwork is not quick enough to handle the speed rushers but Sebastian showed us that he is the real deal at either left or right OT.  I was a little concerned about Nick's back injuries the past few years but the multi year deal offer from Bill showed me that is not a big concern.  Nick is a big strong boy and I love how he leans heavy in run blocking.  I think he would be a great OG.  He has that nice nasty side about him.
     
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    Re: Nick Kaczur

    Kaczur's biggest problem is that he is a power blocker so any type of move or speed usually beats him on the edges. Moving him inside would be playing to his strengths but there is still the question if he can make the transition to a new position. It's not that easy just to move for one slot to another. Either way we need to draft a good OT or OG this year. Light is starting to lose his abilities and is being beat so just saying we have Vollmer and Light isn't an answer. We need to plan for the future and draft the replacement this year.
     
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    Re: Nick Kaczur

    I never understood why the Pats brass signed/extended Kaczur and not Mankins. Vollmer is obviously legit. Alot depends on who the Pats draft and where they draft them. Example, Pouncey could play guard while learning to be center or Veldheer could be RT and Kaczur moves inside...putting Vollmer at LT.  The only caveat is that Mankins will cost the Pats some money. As always protecting Brady is a high priority, especially with a brutal schedule. It seems the Pats line has some players hovering around age 30 and slightly past their prime.
     

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