With the 29th pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, the NE Patriots Pick...

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    With the 29th pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, the NE Patriots select...

    I've read all the major Mock Drafts and the big names for us are Jace Amaro, Stephon Tuitt, Ra'Shede Hageman.  I'm not sure any of those guys will make it to 29 though.  Lot's of speculation, but one thing is certain, we need another weapon for Brady that can pair with or fill in for Gronk, and we need to get more athletic and powerful on the D Line.  As moot as it all is in the end (after all, we're talking about BB here who may very well trade out of the 1st round), would love to hear thoughts on and discuss our potential first round pick.

     

     
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    I've read all the major Mock Drafts and the big names for us are Jace Amaro, Stephon Tuitt, Ra'Shede Hageman.  I'm not sure any of those guys will make it to 29 though.  Lot's of speculation, but one thing is certain, we need another weapon for Brady that can pair with or fill in for Gronk, and we need to get more athletic and powerful on the D Line.  As moot as it all is in the end (after all, we're talking about BB here who may very well trade out of the 1st round), would love to hear thoughts on and discuss our potential first round pick.

     

    [/QUOTE] agill1970's, Just go to the 2014 draft thread we guess there all day long. Evaluations on every conceivable possibilty. Hec there are guys on that thread that have complete Patriots Mock Drafts! We probably don't need another thread on the same subject.


     
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    Rather than plotting out numerous rounds, I was only interested in talking about the big one, the 1st round.  Things are crazy and random enough to try and nail down the 1st 32 picks.  Past that, a lesson in pure Chaos Theory.  Besides, after well over a thousand posts and 60 pages in that thread, some spill over with more specific purpose would be welcome at this point. 

     
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    "With the 29th pick of the NFL draft (wait, whats that) New England has decided to trade the rights to their 29th pick to the Eagles for their 2nd round pick in 2018 and a 1st rounder in 2020."

     
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    yeah, c'mon. There are 4 quality TE's in the draft, 2 will be off the board when the Pats draft, so they will trade back for more picks, thinking they will get a TE in the 2nd rd.  It is also a very deep OL draft, so the Pats will fill that void in the 3rd or 4th.

     
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    ... Louisville S, Calvin Pryor.

     
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    nobody, they drop out of 1st rd again!

     
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    I hope his knee injury drops him to us...

    Irish Chocolate

     
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    I hope his knee injury drops him to us...

    Irish Chocolate

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    Best case scenario, yeah.

     
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    Some no name midget DB projected to go to the CFL in their 5th round.......

     
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    OK I'll play! Noone they trade out again this year. That is the most likely scenario for the BB trade machine. If no suckers come a calling, they will take the best available player. Name doesn't make a difference, Tuitt,Amaro,Hageman,Pryor, and any of another dozen guys who would fit the needs of the Patriots for the 2014 season. The good news is the Patriots are in discussions with Talib while they are at the combine according to Weei.com.

     
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    nobody, they drop out of 1st rd again!

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    This. I am thinking, with Washington or Indy

     
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    OK I'll play! Noone they trade out again this year. That is the most likely scenario for the BB trade machine. If no suckers come a calling, they will take the best available player. Name doesn't make a difference, Tuitt,Amaro,Hageman,Pryor, and any of another dozen guys who would fit the needs of the Patriots for the 2014 season. The good news is the Patriots are in discussions with Talib while they are at the combine according to Weei.com.

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    You are right in that a trade out is the most likely scenario (boo hiss).  While we all drool over some of the big names, like "Irish Chocolate", unless an unlikely run on a specific position or some wild reaches drops a name no one really expected to 29 (outside of crazy Mock Drafts), BB has made it clear he would rather take quanitity hoping he finds a rare gem or two, then what others perceive as quality. 

     

     
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    trade down...he always does

     
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    They trade down.. then trade down again. :(

     
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    It's impossible to predict but it's always an adventure. It really depends on who's there and what's being offered for trade.

    2013's 29th pick netted some nice players.
    #29 (Cordarrelle Patterson) was traded to Minnesota for
    #52 Jamie Collins
    #83 Logan Ryan
    #102 Josh Boyce
    #229 traded with Jeff Demps to Tampa for LeGarrette Blount

    2012's 27th (Kevin Zeitler) and 31st (Doug Martin) were used to trade up for #21 Chandler Jones and #25 Dont'a Hightower.

    2011's 28th pick (Mark Ingram) was traded for NO's #56 (Shane Vereen) and their 2012 1st round pick (27th).

     

     
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    It's impossible to predict but it's always an adventure. It really depends on who's there and what's being offered for trade.

    2013's 29th pick netted some nice players.
    #29 (Cordarrelle Patterson) was traded to Minnesota for
    #52 Jamie Collins
    #83 Logan Ryan
    #102 Josh Boyce
    #229 traded with Jeff Demps to Tampa for LeGarrette Blount

    2012's 27th (Kevin Zeitler) and 31st (Doug Martin) were used to trade up for #21 Chandler Jones and #25 Dont'a Hightower.

    2011's 28th pick (Mark Ingram) was traded for NO's #56 (Shane Vereen) and their 2012 1st round pick (27th).

     

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    Digger, I wanted Patterson last season, he reminded me of a Julio Jones type of WR ....oh well. He will be another big time Wr that we passed on, that could have really made a diff!   

     
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    nobody, they drop out of 1st rd again!

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    This. I am thinking, with Washington or Indy

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    Haha, probably!  Lol

     
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    ... Louisville S, Calvin Pryor.

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    Can't NE get him in round 3 or 4?

     
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    I hope his knee injury drops him to us...

    Irish Chocolate

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    Is that his real name or is that a nickname?

     
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    BTW, last year, BB got a deal he couldn't refuse that's why he traded down. It wasn't planned.

     
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    In response to digger0862's comment:
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    It's impossible to predict but it's always an adventure. It really depends on who's there and what's being offered for trade.

    2013's 29th pick netted some nice players.
    #29 (Cordarrelle Patterson) was traded to Minnesota for
    #52 Jamie Collins
    #83 Logan Ryan
    #102 Josh Boyce
    #229 traded with Jeff Demps to Tampa for LeGarrette Blount

    2012's 27th (Kevin Zeitler) and 31st (Doug Martin) were used to trade up for #21 Chandler Jones and #25 Dont'a Hightower.

    2011's 28th pick (Mark Ingram) was traded for NO's #56 (Shane Vereen) and their 2012 1st round pick (27th).

     

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    Good post. If the value is in trading out of the 1st then we should do it. If we get a chance to move up a few spots and get Jernigan or stay put and get Hags then I hope we do, if not trade out and make 2 2nd round selections.

     
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    In response to NoMorePensionLooting's comment:
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    I hope his knee injury drops him to us...

    Irish Chocolate

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    Is that his real name or is that a nickname?

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    Nix gave himself that nickname.

    He's exactly what the Dr ordered.

    However more and more mocks say the Steelers will take him.

    Hageman has been drawing a lot of attention as well so he may be gone as well.

     

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