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What's Seely Going To Do?

With special teams such a vital part of NFL games, and even more important when an offense stalls, can a team afford not to have a top leg on special teams? That is the question facing Patriots special teams coach Brad Seely for 2008.

Shaking Things UpIn 2007, New England opted to let veteran punter Josh Miller go in favor of a pair of rookies who fought for the starting job in his absence. In hindsight, the decision to let Miller go had to be made, but the timing could have been better. The 37-year old missed the final 6 games of the 2006 season due to injury, and his net (35.8 avg.) was significantly below his prior season... Recommended Stories

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