Monday, March 3, 2008

Finally, some good news

Finally, some good news. After losing Asante Samuel, Randy Gay, and the freakin Super Bowl, Pats fans can be happy, as it looks like Randy Moss and the Patriots are finalizing terms on a 3-year deal. It's looking more and more like the Pats are going to have to rely on outscoring opponents next year, given the age of the linebacking corps and the depleted secondary. We'll see what kind of magic the front office can work between now and draft day.

And now let the Patriot bashing commence. I'm ready for it.


Jack Gonzo, MD said...

I actually don't think the Pats lost as much as people think. They have plenty of draft picks this year, so they had room to lose some of those overrated players.

SayHey Kid said...

I agree with Jack. Sure, the Pats secondary is gone, but were they really THAT good for the money they were demanding? The draft will plug the LB and CB holes like Gonzo said.

All that matters is that the NE O-line is in tact and the departure of "dead weight Stallworth" leaves the door open for Welker to become more of a deep threat and not just a slot reciever.