WR Drafted

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    McD drafted both Thomas and Decker during his time in Denver... there's your WR "consultant".

     
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    So on goes the griping, but have the Pats done anything to booster the scouting and talent evaluation departments for WR and DBs? Are they going to waste more of their high draft picks in future drafts and then have to (but would not ) pay a higher price in getting FA to cover for their failures to get good players at those positions?

     

     
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    Imagine how bad the complaining would be if NE weren't a consistently competitive team that generally has a reaslistic shot at winning a SB... fans have to have something to gripe about.

     
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    Imagine how bad the complaining would be if NE weren't a consistently competitive team that generally has a reaslistic shot at winning a SB... fans have to have something to gripe about.

     




    But the Pats have remained a competitive team because they have Brady, and the results would have been better if there were not the cited failures at getting better players at WR and DB ( to leser extent pass  push) levels. Can you deny the Pats had drafted badly in certain positions and had not put together an all around and better team to be more than also run?

     

     
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    McD drafted both Thomas and Decker during his time in Denver... there's your WR "consultant".



    that`s good news MB, you know everything about draft man!

     
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    Imagine how bad the complaining would be if NE weren't a consistently competitive team that generally has a reaslistic shot at winning a SB... fans have to have something to gripe about.

     




    But the Pats have remained a competitive team because they have Brady, and the results would have been better if there were not the cited failures at getting better players at WR and DB ( to leser extent pass  push) levels. Can you deny the Pats had drafted badly in certain positions and had not put together an all around and better team to be more than also run?

     



    The results probably would have been pretty close to the same. Going to a Superbowl every other year and losing them by one or two plays is a tribute to the fact on any given Sunday and not an indictment of WR or DB drafting.

     
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    Imagine how bad the complaining would be if NE weren't a consistently competitive team that generally has a reaslistic shot at winning a SB... fans have to have something to gripe about.

     




    But the Pats have remained a competitive team because they have Brady, and the results would have been better if there were not the cited failures at getting better players at WR and DB ( to leser extent pass  push) levels. Can you deny the Pats had drafted badly in certain positions and had not put together an all around and better team to be more than also run?

     

     



    The results probably would have been pretty close to the same. Going to a Superbowl every other year and losing them by one or two plays is a tribute to the fact on any given Sunday and not an indictment of WR or DB drafting.

     



    +1

     
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    The results probably would have been pretty close to the same. Going to a Superbowl every other year and losing them by one or two plays is a tribute to the fact on any given Sunday and not an indictment of WR or DB drafting.



    An all around dominating team would not have spluttered and end up losing in one or two plays.

     
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    The results probably would have been pretty close to the same. Going to a Superbowl every other year and losing them by one or two plays is a tribute to the fact on any given Sunday and not an indictment of WR or DB drafting.

     



    An all around dominating team would not have spluttered and end up losing in one or two plays.

     



    That's the way the ball bounces sometimes.

     
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    An all around dominating team would not have spluttered and end up losing in one or two plays.

    That's right, finishing 2nd and 4th the last two years isn't good enough. We must be dominant!

     
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    An all around dominating team would not have spluttered and end up losing in one or two plays.


    That's right, finishing 2nd and 4th the last two years isn't good enough. We must be dominant!

     

     




    Depends on your standard, whether it is more important to be the ultimate winner or an also run, I suppose. And I did not remember you being so sanguine and satisfied right after the SB and the AFC Championship loss.

    And come back and tell us how well the draft and personnel management had been after Brady retired and the Pats have Mallet playing QB.

     

     
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    Imagine how bad the complaining would be if NE weren't a consistently competitive team that generally has a reaslistic shot at winning a SB... fans have to have something to gripe about.




    Actually there would probably be less griping due to the fact that a bunch of fans would probably jump ship without the success?

     
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    Actually there would probably be less griping due to the fact that a bunch of fans would probably jump ship without the success?

     

     



    I am sure I will find you here cheerleading for BB, if in a few years the Pats become his version of Cleveland Browns.

     

     
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    McD drafted both Thomas and Decker during his time in Denver... there's your WR "consultant".



    better wr consultant than driver of the offense. plethora of weapons, stalls it out agaisnt better defenses.

     
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    So on goes the griping, but have the Pats done anything to booster the scouting and talent evaluation departments for WR and DBs? Are they going to waste more of their high draft picks in future drafts and then have to (but would not ) pay a higher price in getting FA to cover for their failures to get good players at those positions?

     



    "pay a higher price in getting FA to cover for their failures to get good players at those positions?"

    higher price, they wont pay any price, unless its on a washed up wr (ocho) and dl (ellis)

    grimes just signed fro 5.5 for 1 year. we also let abraham walk over a few million likley.

     
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    Imagine how bad the complaining would be if NE weren't a consistently competitive team that generally has a reaslistic shot at winning a SB... fans have to have something to gripe about.



    maybe so, but especially when you have most of what you need and you blow it

    (refusing to hire top oc, saving a couple mil here and there instead of getting the player, drafting down for too many jags instead of drtafting a stud or 2 in a few positons of need). 

     

     
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    Imagine how bad the complaining would be if NE weren't a consistently competitive team that generally has a reaslistic shot at winning a SB... fans have to have something to gripe about.

     

    "But the Pats have remained a competitive team because they have Brady, and the results would have been better if there were not the cited failures at getting better players at WR and DB ( to leser extent pass  push) levels. "

    exactly!


    But the Pats have remained a competitive team because they have Brady, and the results would have been better if there were not the cited failures at getting better players at WR and DB ( to leser extent pass  push) levels. Can you deny the Pats had drafted badly in certain positions and had not put together an all around and better team to be more than also run?

     




     
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    In response to rtuinila's comment:

    In response to nomadfan's comment:

     

    In response to mbeaulieu07's comment:

     

    Imagine how bad the complaining would be if NE weren't a consistently competitive team that generally has a reaslistic shot at winning a SB... fans have to have something to gripe about.

     




    But the Pats have remained a competitive team because they have Brady, and the results would have been better if there were not the cited failures at getting better players at WR and DB ( to leser extent pass  push) levels. Can you deny the Pats had drafted badly in certain positions and had not put together an all around and better team to be more than also run?

     

     



    The results probably would have been pretty close to the same. Going to a Superbowl every other year and losing them by one or two plays is a tribute to the fact on any given Sunday and not an indictment of WR or DB drafting.

     



    you can have yrou opinon even if its wrong (tell it to baltimore)

     
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    The results probably would have been pretty close to the same. Going to a Superbowl every other year and losing them by one or two plays is a tribute to the fact on any given Sunday and not an indictment of WR or DB drafting.

     



    An all around dominating team would not have spluttered and end up losing in one or two plays.

     



    +1

    a team that "should have been dominant".

     
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    Actually there would probably be less griping due to the fact that a bunch of fans would probably jump ship without the success?

     

     



    I am sure I will find you here singing the praise of BB, if in a few years the Pats become his version of Cleveland Browns.

     



    i dotn take it that far

     
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    Their draft picks of WR is almost as bad as their free agent WR signings!  This year we have 3 new FA wideouts and I'm hoping at LEAST two of these guys pan out or we are in BIG trouble.

    Julian Edelman in the 7rd was certainly a good pick . . . I'd go so far as to say an excellent pick for a 7th rounder.   Matt Slater in the 5rd but wasn't he a pickup as a safety at that time and then they switched him to WR?  At least he has been a quality player on special teams  . . . I'd say a very good pick for the 5th round.  Still wonder how he cannot get a job as a wide receiver for the Pats yet he was good enough to be playing that position in the Pro Bowl. 


    Think Tate signed with the Bengals . . . he had 16.2 yards/catch last year . .  . better than Lloyd.  ( . .  but the guy did have 4 fumbles and Bill would NEVER stand for that).  Nelson is still out there as a wide out and Michael Spurlock would make a nice backup slot guy if Edilman cannot be signed.

     

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