By: Ian Logue
Here are this morning’s top stories:
Borges: Patriots no match for Seahawks, either – Ron Borges – Borges has a column this morning and writes the Patriots would likely not have fared well against Seattle either.
What the Patriots can learn from the Seahawks – Zuri Berry – Berry has an entry looking back at the dominating performance by Seattle that likely caught Bill Belichick’s attention.
Patriots’ offseason priority must be defense – Adam Kaufman – Kaufman writes that the Patriots priority after watching the Seahawks’ defense should be to add to that side of the ball.
Patriots wouldn’t have fared any better than Broncos against mighty Seahawks – Chad Finn – Finn echoes Borges’ sentiments and feels New England would have also fared poorly against Seattle.
Patriots focus too much on bottom of roster – Christopher Gasper – Gasper has a column this morning and feels having top-end talent and having a deep roster are not mutually exclusive and gives his thoughts on how the Patriots handle that.
Waiver system and Patriots impact – Mike Reiss – Reiss notes that yesterday was the start of the “waiver system” and gives an overview of how it affects the Patriots.
Patriots positional review: CB – Mike Reiss – Reiss takes a look at the Patriots cornerbacks and breaks down each one in this entry.
Free agent snapshot: Arthur Jones – Christopher Price – Price has a good entry looking at Jones as a potential free agent target for New England.
Patriots position-by-position breakdown: Offensive line – Christopher Price – Price also has a good entry focusing on the Patriots’ offensive line.
NFL Releases 2014 Draft Order; Patriots Picking No. 29 – Doug Kyed – Kyed writes that now that the final game has been decided, the Patriots find themselves with the 29th overall pick in the first round in this year’s draft.
Examining Patriots’ Reserve/Future Contract Signings – Oliver Thomas – Thomas takes a closer look at the players who signed reserve/future contracts with some good analysis on each one.
Foxboro among possible 2019 Super Bowl suitors – Rob Maddi – Maddi writes that New England is among places that can make a case to host the 2019 championship game.
How the Patriots’ Julian Edelman Scores Social Media Touchdowns – Samantha Murphy Kelly – Kelly has an article on Edelman’s social media and viral marketing that we’ve seen over the past year from the Patriots’ receiver.