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    David Terrell a Patriot

    This ought to be good.


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    Re: David Terrell a Patriot

    Any link???

    He may turn out to be a good fit in new england. I mean the pats receivers arent really all that good at all. They thrive off the system belichick has there. So if we took someone like patten for example, doubt he would be a good fit here. jmo.
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    Re: David Terrell a Patriot

    yah alot of them are late round picks and turn out good.. kinda like denver and HB's

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    Re: David Terrell a Patriot

    I agree, Terrell may fit in good in NE...Sad to see him leave Chicago though...Now we don't have the privilege of shutting him down now. :-(

    It's on ESPN.com, HV.

    Also, I agree with you HV...it's the system. I could really see Branch excell on any team though. That boy can plain out play.

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    Re: David Terrell a Patriot

    "XxS2TheEvoxX" wrote:
    I agree, Terrell may fit in good in NE...Sad to see him leave Chicago though...Now we don't have the privilege of shutting him down now. :-(

    It's on ESPN.com, HV.

    Also, I agree with you HV...it's the system. I could really see Branch excell on any team though. That boy can plain out play.
    Cool, ya branch may be the only exception on their team of wideouts. Everyone else is average at best. Im kinda thinking of branch as someone like burleson.
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    Re: David Terrell a Patriot

    Branch is good, I think David Givens wouldn't be bad on other teams, either. But the rest are average.
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    Re: David Terrell a Patriot

    Terrell is a player worth taking a chance on just like Taylor with the Vikes. Besides look who tried to throw the ball to him in Chicago the past couple of years. He is reunited with Brady who was his college QB and could be a comeback player of the year candidate.
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    Re: David Terrell a Patriot

    "DarrinNelsonguy" wrote:
    Terrell is a player worth taking a chance on just like Taylor with the Vikes. Besides look who tried to throw the ball to him in Chicago the past couple of years. He is reunited with Brady who was his college QB and could be a comeback player of the year candidate.
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    Re: David Terrell a Patriot

    cajun: I didn't say I wanted the Patsies to win this year because I hate the NE sports fans they have gotten too many Championships lately and now that the Red Sux won the WS they do not need anymore championships for 86 more years. Except they can have a MLS one if they want that really isn't a sport anyway.
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