- Jan 4, 2002
Beat It with your silly commentary. It’s obvious that there is nothing Bad about this trade. Cleary Belichick is playing the role of Smooth Criminal. He sees something in PYT Jackson that no one else can and in a few years time we will all be laughing about Remember the Time the Patriots traded an undisclosed draft pick to the Lions for Hero Michael Jackson. It doesn’t matter whether the player is Black or White, Belichick’s personnel moves have always had a The Way You Make Me Feel element to them and his mantra has consistently been Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough.Well that’s a Thriller of a trade
Some of you may remember that Kilgo had a cup of coffee with the Pats back in 2016. He was claimed off of the Broncos roster than put on NE's practice squad.
He was always a solid, steady contributor for years until he tore his knee up in the 2019 preseason. Worth a flyer for cheap money, I suppose, but I'm not sure where he fits. He doesn't play special teams either.Looks like Lamar Miller will get a shot in the backfield.
Former Dolphin Alum.Looks like Lamar Miller will get a shot in the backfield.
Exactly right. Even if you hit, you can still end up with Todd Gurley.Acquiring Miller is kind of the very reason why you shouldn't expend big-time draft capital on a running back, unless (and maybe not even then) the RB you're drafting is a guy like Saquon Barkley or Adrian Peterson. You can always find a guy who can do the job. You can't always find a Christian McCaffrey, but you can always find useful players at the position.
Last 5 seasons' average year:
225 att, 981 yds, 4.4 ypc, 6 td, 35 rec, 270 yds
I mean, that's perfectly fine. You don't want this guy handling the ball 350 times probably, but give him 200-225 total touches, and he's going to produce for you.