Re: Pats Strategy.....are they being Cheap or Trying to Build from within???
posted at 10/8/2013 7:42 PM EDT
In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:
In response to DontQuestionBB's comment:
I don't see it as a cheapness issue, it is more of a a personnel talent evalution problem. That Pats have constantly traded down in the draft because of percieved "value". I think BB actually believes he can outsmart everyone and get equal talent in the lower rounds. Just look at what was reported when he told the Atlanta's GM about Julio Jones and how he could get equal talent in current Chiefs WR J. Baldwin. How about when he drafted Maroney over a slew of better talent at RB when his assistant coaches were against it.
Until Kraft takes away some of the personnel decisions from BB, then expect more bad decisions in the draft and FA.
No one cares what you think, Bustchise.
Going into a Lockout and needing to build a base cheaper through the draft with a rookie cap comning on in 2011, BB nailed the process for the base we have today to move forward with here.
Your team tried to toss picks, trade up for Keller, Sanchez, drat Kylie and then trade away a 2nd for Cromartie in that same draft of yours, where you then selected another bust in Kenrick Ellis who doesn't play after 3 years in NY.
Ducasse is a bust and has been benched, 2nd rd pick in 2011.
Dee Milliner, #9 overall this year? BUst. Can't get on thre field.
So, it's clear, BB's way, trading back or up based on the market, has been utterly brilliant.
You took Coples at 14 or whatever it was and we took Jones and Hightower. That in a nutshell, explains why the 180 of the BB Way by the Jets absolutely sucks.
Dennard Rd 7 last year, Buchanan Rd 7 this year.
Dennard>Milliner or Wilson
I could go on all day long with the differences and you're an idiot.
harv and butt cheese at it again, the 2 most entertaining losers on this board.