New England Patriots: Top 3 Concerns
Jan 22, 2012; Foxborough, MA, USA; New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski warm-up prior to facing the Baltimore Ravens in the 2011 AFC Championship game at Gillette Stadium.
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#1 May 4, 2013
Just read an article that praises the Pats for being one of the few teams in the NFL that is good at identifying players that are talented yet go undrafted. Another way to look at this, without the sports writers hype, is that the Pats get players who are undrafted to make their team because they have been so miserable at drafting players better than the ones that go undrafted. Check it out and you decide. As for me, if an undrafted player makes my team over one I drafted, then I drafted the wrong guy. Imagine how much better the talent available was before the bad pick was made. Think it through and you will see that the swill that is fed to us as fact may be as a way to measure just how far we have been dumbed down (not to mention how much better the Pats could have been with better selections).
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