Special Teams: Well, this is my 1st off-season review for this year. Call it the Pre-Free Agency / Pre-Combine review. For the purpose of this review, I am going to consider ERFA and RFA as part of the team. Kicker â€“ Stephen Gostkowski - Gostkowski hasnâ€™t made us forget our previous kicker, but he put up a very solid season and came through in the one pressure situation the Pats put him in. Gost helped the pats kick-offs tremendously, averaging 66.2 yards per kick with 12 touch backs. The opponents averaged 22.9 yards per return with an average start of the 26.3 yard line. Not bad for a rookie. The Pats will probably sign someone to kick during pre-season with Gostkowski. Free Agents: None Punter â€“ Josh Miller, Tom Malone, Danny Baugher - When Miller was healthy, the Punt team was the BEST in the league allowing a miniscule 1.4 YPR. When he wasnâ€™t, the YPR sky-rocketed. Miller had 12 punts inside the 20 and 7 for TBs. Out of 43 punts. That is awesome. Sauerbrun showed an amazing leg. The problem was that he didnâ€™t show control. I think that, unless Miller doesnâ€™t recover from his shoulder injury, weâ€™ll see him back with Malone and Baugher taking reps in camp. Otherwise, the Pats would probably re-sign Sauerbrun. Free Agents: Todd Sauerbrun (UFA), Ken Walter (UFA) Long-Snapper - Lonnie Paxton,â€“ Paxton is very solid player. Has only had one muffed snap (that I can remember anyways) in his years in with the Pats. I expect the Pats to bring in at least one long-snapper, though they may have Thomas work on that.