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Joined: 28 Sep 2006 Posts: 63655 Location: East of Sixburgh
Posted: Sat May 04, 2013 7:22 pm Post subject:
Not a bad trade.
Neither team really gets much out of it.
Id rather have Blount because Demps IMO is nothing more than a track star, but its not like either are likely to have any type of impact.
I consider it a win for the Pats if only because they got ANYTHING for Jeff Demps. Even if they get nothing out of Blount, its not a big deal consdiering they likely would have cut Demps anyway. _________________
ESPN Boston lists LeGarrette Blount as the No. 5 running back on the Patriots' depth chart.In terms of early-down backs, Blount is third behind Stevan Ridley and Brandon Bolden. Shane Vereen and Leon Washington are the passing-down backs. The Patriots did give up a seventh-round pick to get Blount, but he's certainly not a strong bet to make the final roster. Blount averaged 3.68 YPC last season and has nine fumbles on 426 NFL carries.
Where is Mr. Faulk...
Where is Mr. deuceswild.....
But....but.....I was right in my expectations of his role and production...in fact, I may have sold him a little short _________________
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