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SR 7
04-20-2006, 12:24 PM
damn dude! thats a crap load of picks! no wonder they dindt' care much for FA

Smoke
04-20-2006, 01:20 PM
What picks do they have other than their regular 1-7?
I bet they use their 1st on Richard Marshall. They seem to love Fresno St. players and Marshall is a playmaking cover cb who they could really use.

TotoreMexico
04-20-2006, 01:28 PM
damn dude! thats a crap load of picks! no wonder they dindt' care much for FA

Do you know how many pics do they have?

Alex44
04-20-2006, 01:29 PM
I believe they have 11 total picks....I may be wrong but thats what I heard

But that still doesnt scare me, every rookie isnt going to be a star, and they let to many players walk this year

MARINO1384
04-20-2006, 04:09 PM
I believe they have 11 total picks....I may be wrong but thats what I heard

But that still doesnt scare me, every rookie isnt going to be a star, and they let to many players walk this year

Yeah but who knows with the Patriots luck to find players.

Phins28
04-20-2006, 05:26 PM
Do you know how many pics do they have?
Aqui estan Totore

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SR 7
04-20-2006, 05:50 PM
Aqui estan Totore

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thanks for posting it for me. i didn't get teh chance to check back with this thread. that is a DAMNN GOOD day one for them man.

TotoreMexico
04-20-2006, 06:29 PM
Aqui estan Totore

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Muchas gracias Phins28:D

bullseyeguy
04-20-2006, 07:21 PM
Aqui estan Totore

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7I knew it, the Pats sold their souls...

TX-FinFan
04-21-2006, 11:05 PM
Here's the picks.
Round 1 - 21
Round 2 - 52
Round 3 - 75
Round 3 - 86
Round 4 - 106
Round 4 - 118
Round 5 - 136
Round 6 - 191
Round 6 - 205
Round 6 -206
Round 7 - 229

PressCoverage
04-23-2006, 09:42 PM
I think they'll try and move up in the first... As much as they need secondary help, they're also desperate for a RB.... Dillon is near cooked, i'll wager...

Jaj
04-23-2006, 10:17 PM
They have large numbers of picks but trading in the 1st won't very easy. Who are they going to trade up with really. They stand a great chance at a RB at 21.

Vertical Limit
04-23-2006, 11:09 PM
I think they will stick with Corey Dillon one more season before thinking of drafting a running back. But damn, never knew they had that many picks. Hobbs was a pretty good steal in the third round last draft, let's see what they will come up with this season.

Dirtywater
04-24-2006, 12:43 AM
I think they will stick with Corey Dillon one more season before thinking of drafting a running back. But damn, never knew they had that many picks. Hobbs was a pretty good steal in the third round last draft, let's see what they will come up with this season.
Apparently, it either costs more to dump Dillon than to keep him, or the difference is only $500,000. Either way, he'll be on the Pats for this season.

I think we'll draft a RB somewhere in the draft, though I have no idea what round. We definitely need a young RB in our system. We've drafted a bunch of duds in that catagory.

As for our picks, Belichick has always liked to have a bunch in his arsenel so he has options. He and Jimmy Johnson have become friends over the years (I know, strange, lol) and Johnson always stressed that to him. I wouldn't doubt we trade down or up. I imagine down actually.

As for the "6, 6, 6" that is hilarious. :D

Vertical Limit
04-24-2006, 12:58 AM
I heard a rumor that Corey Dillon had bulked up in the best shape of his career this offseason. They don't need a running back immediately, Corey is still solid. Any RB past Maroney will be a reach in this draft.

Dirtywater
04-24-2006, 01:01 AM
I heard a rumor that Corey Dillon had bulked up in the best shape of his career this offseason. They don't need a running back immediately, Corey is still solid. Any RB past Maroney will be a reach in this draft.

New info to me about Dillon. Wouldn't doubt it.

As for drafting, RB's can be crazy. We took Curtis Martin in the 3rd Round and he turned out OK. Wasn't Terrell Davis drafted in like the 6th Round or something?

I am no draft expert, so I can't be a good judge this season, but There are usually good backs out there in later rounds. Then again, I'm not talking people like Bush.

Alex44
04-24-2006, 01:03 AM
Yeah but who knows with the Patriots luck to find players.

True, down the road it may hurt, but for this season it should affect us to much

Dirtywater
04-24-2006, 01:19 AM
True, down the road it may hurt, but for this season it should affect us to much

I agree. You can't count on rookies to come in and save the day. It happens every now and again, but it's the exception not the rule.

Vertical Limit
04-24-2006, 01:43 AM
New info to me about Dillon. Wouldn't doubt it.

As for drafting, RB's can be crazy. We took Curtis Martin in the 3rd Round and he turned out OK. Wasn't Terrell Davis drafted in like the 6th Round or something?

I am no draft expert, so I can't be a good judge this season, but There are usually good backs out there in later rounds. Then again, I'm not talking people like Bush.
Terrell Owens was in the third round. But he's a WR. Most of the good pro receivers come from outside the first round-- David Givens was a 7th round pick-up wasn't he? And how many first round WR's besides Randy Moss is worth mentioning right now? Not many, WR's should never get drafted too high. Some of the first round WR's had a great College QB to throw them the ball, and get drafted so high in the first round to end up in a team with a crap QB, like Mike Williams from USC. Only WR worth a first round this draft is Chad Jackson, because he reminds me alot like Terrell Owens.

And about the RB thingy: you rarely will find a RB steal like Curtis Martin outside the first round now in this generation. Maybe a solid RB in the 2nd like Frank Gore, but they can be risky and become huge busts like JJ Arrington (another 2nd rounder RB in '05 draft) from the Cardinals.