2010 NFL Draft: Why Taylor Price is in the Perfect Spot with the Patriots

April 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Every year of the NFL Draft is seems like the New England Patriots are able to better themselves and brilliantly move around in order to pick the players they target.
No other teams seems as successful year in and year out at bettering themselves.
Once again in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Pats made picks that had in the NFL nation swallow that lump in their throat and think, "Oh man, the Pats landed him."
That's was my initial reaction to the selection of Ohio wide receiver Taylor Price.
Price is a rather unknown until he was invited to the Senior Bowl, where he put on a show to get his name noticed, and he also increased his stock at the NFL Combine.
Having the gift of speed along with great hands and precise route running, Price is a dangerous pick to the Pats' offense that is now going through a transition year.
This will most likely be the last year that receiver Randy Moss dons a Pats uniform and quite possibly any other NFL uniform as he could retire. A...

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