Monday's New England Patriots Links 1/27/14 - Patriots have aspirations of hosting a Super Bowl

Ian Logue
January 27, 2014 at 09:23am ET

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A very quiet morning Patriots-news-wise on this Monday as a lot of the coverage has shifted to the Broncos and Seahawks this weekend, but here are some articles I was able to dig up for this morning's links:


Patriots' awards for the 2013 season - Ben Volin - Volin has his final awards and gives his accolades to players in each category.

Belichick didn't leave Brady hanging, but more talent is necessary - Chad Finn - Finn has his mailbag and gives his thoughts on a variety of topics in this entry.


Patriots positional review: WR - Field Yates - Yates goes through all of New England's receivers and gives a quick evaluation of each one.

Recapping Patriots in the Pro Bowl - Recapping Patriots in the Pro Bowl - Mike Reiss - Reiss looks at the performances of the Patriots who were in Hawaii last night for the Pro Bowl.

Quick-hit thoughts around NFL & Patriots - Mike Reiss - In this entry Reiss has his thoughts on a variety of topics, including all the coaching changes and how it might affect things moving forward.


Patriots position-by-position breakdown: Special teams - Christopher Price - Price breaks down the Patriots special teams unit, and gives his evaluation of how they performed this season.


10 moves Belichick should consider, including trading Brady - Hector Longo - Longo files his column this morning, and he has some thoughts that include trading Brady and sending Matt Patricia packing.


Jonathan Comey: 5 Ways to Fix the Patriots - Jonathan Comey - Comey has his thoughts on how the Patriots should handle this offseason, with some controversial decisions of this own in this piece.


Patriots have aspirations of hosting a Super Bowl - Paul Kenyon - Kenyon writes that all eyes will be on New York this week, which depending on how things go could have Robert Kraft hoping that someday the game is played in Foxboro.