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Bill Belichick always talks of the big jump that players experience between their rookie and sophomore seasons.
Confidence is high as always in New England. And for a team that has won 10 or more games for 14 straight seasons, why should there be any other feeling?
New England Patriots superfan Fitzy shares his thoughts and analysis on how the team performed at the 2017 NFL Draft.
If there was one element the Patriots front seven lacked on the edge last season was speed. Rivers will bring that to the pass rush with athleticism
If the Patriots are hoping their new draft picks will hit the ground running when they get to work building a foundation with their new team, at least one player already has someone he can feel comfortable being around.
Tom Brady posts Instagram photo with inspiring message for late round draft picks.
“The four players that we acquired already are also part of the draft process, Belichick added.” “Hopefully we’ve been able to improve our team
The Patriots made a couple of trades Friday night and ended up with two pretty good players.
Talk is still swirling that the Pats may swing a deal involving either Malcolm Butler or Jimmy Garoppolo. I don’t see either of them going anywhere.
Of course, if the Bills decline to match the Patriots offer, New England will have to turn over their 5th round draft pick to Buffalo
Matthis is a Patriots kind of player. He’s versatile, can play standing up as an outside linebacker or with his hand in the dirt, and has good instincts
Guy’s most natural position is at the five-technique defensive end although he has the versatility to be a three-technique defensive tackle
Anderson will be a Day 1 starter at the SAM linebacker position next to Dont’a Hightower. He’s also a good pass rusher and can blitz off the edge.
Harris produced good numbers 61 tackles, including 12 for loss, 9 sacks, two passes defensed, two forced fumbles, and a recovered fumble.
Right now, the Patriots don’t pick until Round 3, #72 due to some of the trades that they’ve swung for Brandin Cooks and Kony Ealy.
|NESN - Jan 24th, 2021|
|CBS Boston - Jan 24th, 2021|