Re: [patriotzip] Re: WR situation
- Welcome aboard and I note from your membership request we are virtually neighbors at the stadium since I'm in Section 105 (and 104).Bernard would be a solid addition if we lose some folks and it will be itneresting to watch. I really think Moss will be back but until anything is done with this team it will be a wait and see approach.Stalworth did some good things but at the price wasn't any more valuable than Gaffney. He could run after the catch as he showed in Dallas but he and Brady never seemed to click on the deep balls.Rumor has Stalworth heavily courted by Tennessee. The rest remains watching.While I empathize with your stance George, I'll take note and respond to each addition or subtraction. I won't judge the final product until the season begins but I will enjoy the additions and seeing the development of the team even as I also admit this group of management frequently fools me and usually produces the right type of moves.Go Pats!Zip----- Original Message -----From: billy61987Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2008 12:10 PMSubject: [patriotzip] Re: WR situation
Hi. I am new to the group and a huge fan of the pats. I really think
Moss will be back in New England. Stallworth to me is gone. I think
the Pats will make a run at Bernard Berrian this offseason, he would
make a great 2nd option for the Pats.
P.S. Sorry Kevin and the group if this is a repost first time
responding to messages.
--- In patriotzip@yahoogro ups.com, "kevin M" <ps2dad@...> wrote:
> George is right about the unpredictable nature of our draft team.
> used to be able to guess pretty accurately who was going to be here
> the next season. I think it strange that the team will pay for one
> but not another, when both are worth keeping, then replace the guy
> drop with a free agent that may or may not pan out. Or draft a guy
> fill the need, knowing full well that he won't be ready until the
> season. I think they will keep Gaffney and Jackson. Moss may be
> Brady wants to keep him. Welker is here. I have no idea what will
> happen next. I won't be surprised no matter what they do.