Found December 08, 2011 on Pats Propaganda:
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Nice article by Frenz on Jabar Gaffney. Gaffney’s emergence in the 2006 AFCDG in San Diego was huge. It’s frustrating to imagine what a great 3rd WR he’d be in this offense for the Patriots now. Especially since McDaniels poached him and didn’t even last two seasons. Highly doubt there’s a Pats fan out there that wouldn’t flip Ochocinco for Jab in a second.
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