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After Sunday night’s 31-24 loss to the Seattle Seahawks at Gillette Stadium, the Patriots have us questioning just about every aspect of the defense.
Shock. Disgust. Speechlessness. Anger. Those are the first feelings that ran through New England Patriots fans and media when the blockbuster bombshell news of All-Pro linebacker Jamie Collins being traded to the lowly Cleveland Browns dropped on Monday afternoon.
The current state of the defense is starting to feel a lot like the defenses from the late 2000s.
Let’s face it, as Patriots fans we are spoiled. We are horribly spoiled. But, that’s a good thing.
Instead of Garoppolo carrying the torch until Brady returns, an inexperienced rookie is at the helm of the offense.
The Patriots shined defensively in their 19-17 win over the Carolina Panthers in Week 3 of the preseason. But, some of the defensive showing was credited to Cam Newton and the Panthers’ struggles.
No one thought we would see that day that Tom Brady entered a game as a backup quarterback (even if it is the preseason), but that’s what happened against the Panthers on Friday night.
Seemingly out of thin air, the Patriots landed Barkevious Mingo from the Cleveland Browns in exchange for a fifth-round pick.
Whether the false reports of the Patriots releasing center Bryan Stork or the actual news of his trade to the Washington Redskins shocked you or not, one thing became clear: David Andrews is going to be the starting center.
The Patriots have one of their deepest 90-man rosters in recent history and the carefully constructed cornerback group is impressing, too.
Wide receiver and cornerback competitions may be stealing the show at Patriots’ training camp. Though, running back remains the most questioned and uncertain position on the Patriots’ roster.
After a long wait of counting down the days of the offseason, it’s finally time for the New England Patriots to open up their training camp.
|CBS Boston - Dec 2nd, 2021|