Some leftover thoughts on what went down both in the AFC East and around the NFL during night two of the 2020 NFL Draft.
Bill Belichick finished Friday night by getting aggressive, potentially adding two explosive weapons to their offense.
Given Bill Belichick’s connection with Nick Saban, it was only a matter of time before the Patriots dipped into that talented group out of Alabama and the Patriots added one of Saban’s linebackers in the third round Friday night.
The Patriots made a surprise move on Friday night, making a deal with Baltimore to move up to the 60th overall spot to grab a linebacker.
With their first selection of night two of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Patriots selected safety Kyle Dugger out of Lenoir-Rhyne in the second round with the 37th overall pick
Thursday night was somewhat anticlimactic after Patriots head coach Bill Belichick opted to trade out of the #23 overall spot during round one of the 2020 NFL Draft, ending the evening for fans in New England who were looking forward to seeing who the team might be adding to their roster.
One day after the Buccaneers made a deal to acquire retired tight end Rob Gronkowski, it appears that another Patriots player could be next up on the trading block.
For anyone hoping for the Patriots to receive a little bit of salary cap relief after dealing retired tight end Rob Gronkowski to the Buccaneers, it doesn’t appear that’s going to be the case.
When Tom Brady departed New England for Tampa Bay this offseason, there’s no question that many believed there might be a Patriots offensive weapon who might eventually join him.
The Patriots released photos of the new uniform designs heading into the 2020 regular season, giving a glimpse at both the home and away uniforms that the players will be wearing when they eventually take the field this season.
People appear to have reached a point where they’ve accepted a future that might not include the guy who gave them so many unbelievable moments. If you fall into this category. You need to stop it.
Speaking with Peter King, Brady admitted that he’s not sure what will happen if he doesn’t take the field at Gillette Stadium next season.
Saturday night’s loss to the Titans was certainly disappointing, leaving the Patriots on the outside looking in and marking the start of an offseason full of questions. Here are some thoughts following this one.
Some quick thoughts as we turn the page to the postseason.
After losing two in a row the Patriots got back on the right track with an impressive 34-13 win over the Bengals on Sunday.
|NBC Sports Boston - Sep 18th, 2020|