Shouldn't this guy be a Seahawks fan, going by the past "loyalty" of Boston fans? ^
To answer your question, the only people that would come close to thinking this was an awful signing is a blind homer that understands nothing about the game of football. Let it me put it this way, when a team, any team signs one of the best players in the entire game, it's never an "awful signing". Despite being his 1st season coming back from an ACL, and the fact that the Bucs had no idea how to use him, he was sill statistically rate number one CB in the league last year. I get it your scared of the Patriots, and you should be because no matter how much you want them to be done, it's not over and won't be for several more years.
Last edited by grogan12; 06-13-2014 at 02:38 PM.
I am afraid revis will put the pats over the top. That is assuming Brady is healthy of course.
He should scare any team he plays against, there are only a handful of players in the NFL that can change a game by themselves and even fewer that aren't QB's. Also the Op that said defense wasn't the Patriots problem last season clearly didn't watch a single game last season, the Pats couldn't cover the seam, and when they went dime and nickel to stop the bleeding the were too light to stop the run. Fin fans can call me a homer all they like, but the reality is with Revis and Browner on the edges, it's going to be a nightmare for opposing teams to get anything done in the air.
I think Browner is overrated and is going to get feasted on opposite Revis, Seattle plays great team D with great safeties and a great front 7. He will be exposed in NE but Revis is the best in the game when healthy and he should be this year.
Browner has been in a great D his entire career to help make the corners look much better than they actually are. He is going to get killed opposite Revis. he may get a lot of INts b/c he is constantly being picked on but that doesn't mean anything. Ty law had 10 INTs for us in 2005 and was terrible that year.