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    New England waives 2010 3rd round receiver Taylor Price

    Patriots just announced. Keep trading down and racking up them 2nd and 3rd round picks Billy

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    Working that way would have made a lot more sense before BB became GM and Lord Master in NE

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    While they beat us twice this year and that is discouraging, especially when your head coach requests assistance from the rest of the league in beating them and three teams thus far have obliged...

    They are immensely lacking talent on the defensive side of the ball and simply can't make up for it with next years draft...

    The window is still open to pass them by without having to wait for Brady to fall off a cliff...

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    [QUOTE=AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite;4261253]While they beat us twice this year and that is discouraging, especially when your head coach requests assistance from the rest of the league in beating them and three teams thus far have obliged...

    They are immensely lacking talent on the defensive side of the ball and simply can't make up for it with next years draft...

    The window is still open to pass them by without having to wait for Brady to fall off a cliff...[/QUOTE]

    Didn't I hear you already passed them by last year?

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    [QUOTE=GronkWelkhead;4261259]Didn't I hear you already passed them by last year?[/QUOTE]

    They're (the Jets) more catered to sustained success in the playoffs, so in a way, yes...

    I'm speaking strictly regular season / division title here.

    The Patriots are a great team, until they have to play other great teams when it matters...

    I gave all the credit in the world to Belichick for the two wins this year. Completely outcoached Rex twice, especially in the last game.

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    If he couldn't get PT with this WR group, his career is probably all but over.

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    [QUOTE=AFCEastFan;4261262]If he couldn't get PT with this WR group, his career is probably all but over.[/QUOTE]

    Was Price the one getting defensive snaps at DB?

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    [QUOTE=AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite;4261265]Was Price the one getting defensive snaps at DB?[/QUOTE]

    Just Edelman and the immortal Buddy Farnham, I think.

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    [QUOTE=Buzzsaw;4261251]Patriots just announced. Keep trading down and racking up them 2nd and 3rd round picks Billy[/QUOTE]

    Beli is a f'n Genius don't disrespect him ever again :rolleyes:

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    Bill Belicheck > Man from Dos Equis commercial

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    the list of draft busts by whiffin' Bill since 2006 continues to grow and [B][SIZE="4"]GROW [/SIZE][/B]and [B][SIZE="7"]GROW[/SIZE][/B]

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    [QUOTE=Buzzsaw;4261251]Patriots just announced. Keep trading down and racking up them 2nd and 3rd round picks Billy[/QUOTE]

    Just more evidence that BB's method of drafting players sucks. It's literally like throwing sh$t at the wall and seeing what sticks.

    This approach to the draft ALWAYS being one or more the following:

    1) He ends trading at least one 1st round pick each and every year. So what good is that doing for you right now?

    2) He ends up with a million 2nd through 4th round picks. All picks that come after the real difference makers are long gone.

    3) He ends up with a million players in camp most of which he knows he'll never be able to pay for.

    4) Most of those players he quickly finds out are JAG's, not difference makers.

    5) So he goes into the season with a bunch of strictly ROLE players. None of those players end up being staples on offense or defense.

    6) He's content with replacing truly great players with average talent. Guys like Brandon Merriweather who NEVER end up being as good as the guy they are replacing. I remember so many of those idiot Patsy Fans running their mouths about Brandon Merriweather and how great he was. I saw within one season that he sucked and he would never amount to Rodney Harrison. Hell, he was never even as good as Sherry for crying out loud.

    7) So you end up with the current status. The 32nd ranked pass defense. And after Brady is gone, he's got nothing on offense either. The entire organization is descending to their rightful spot as bottom feeders, like they were before Parcells arrived.

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    [QUOTE=Mainejet;4261275] The entire organization is descending to their rightful spot as bottom feeders, like they were before Parcells arrived.[/QUOTE]

    TLDR version above.

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    They can win in the regular season but it's time New England realizes it wasn't Pioli or Belicheck that created their superbowl post season success... it was the left over talent and young guys that Parcells drafted

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    Belichick is scouting the prison system as we speak

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    [QUOTE=FreshBaked 24 7;4261282]They can win in the regular season but it's time New England realizes it wasn't Pioli or Belicheck that created their superbowl post season success... it was the left over talent and young guys that Parcells drafted[/QUOTE]

    And one lottery pick that BB hit on... Tom Brady

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    They really have been horrible with the draft

    other than Gronk and Hernandez that's it.Mayo is overrated.

    Just shows you what a qb means to a team.Take Brady off of them they are about as good as the Colts this year

    the genius of Bill is overrated.

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    [QUOTE=IHATEDOLPHINS;4261289]They really have been horrible with the draft

    other than Gronk and Hernandez that's it.Mayo is overrated.

    [B]Just shows you what a qb means to a team[/B].Take Brady off of them they are about as good as the Colts this year

    the genius of Bill is overrated.[/QUOTE]

    It does doesnt it. That is why its so infuriating about Sanchez. A great QB makes all the difference regardless of all the other problems the team may have. Its also why the people who want to claim the jets have other problems and its not all on the QB with excuse after excuse rings hollow. We didn't trade up to have a bad QB for 5 years in the hope he could develop into a mediocre QB.

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    [QUOTE=Mainejet;4261284]And one lottery pick that BB hit on... Tom Brady[/QUOTE]

    That goes without saying

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    Navarro Bowman was selected with the next pick in the draft by SF

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