Opinion: Just when you thought the NFL couldn’t fall any lower after last fall, they hit rock bottom and began to dig. The NFL has passed a new policy about […]
In this episode we previewed the upcoming game for the Patriots against the Texans. However, we started the show by looking back at the Patriots victory against the Saints.
In this episode, we dicussed the latest in Patriots news, and then we shared our thoughts on the Patriots schedule for the upcoming season.
Butler is not an unrestricted free agent. He’s still restricted and essentially belongs to New England for at least the 2017 season.
Woods caught 51 passes for 613 yards, hauling in more than 67 percent of the passes thrown his way in 2016 for the Bills.
The Patriots have always favored the 3-Cone Drill. The 3-Cone is used to evaluate the agility, quickness, and fluidity of movement of players.
Long led the Patriots with 29 combined QB sacks (4), hits (8) and pressures with 17 in 2016 and played in 65 percent of the snaps in the regular season.
In both Super Bowl LI and XLIX, Hightower made big plays at crunch time to allow the Patriots to escape with the victory.
He’s a good runner that can show power, a good receiver out of the backfield as well as a core STs player that plays on all four units in the kicking game.
Develin is a very good lead blocker in the running game, can carry the ball, is good in pass protection, and can line up as an H-back/tight end.
Depending on the source, Garoppolo is a shoo-in to the be the next QB for the Browns, 49ers or Bears….or not being on the trading block at all.
The Patriots landed the uber-athletic Mingo for a 5th round draft pick during the end of August in 2016. Mingo was a former 1st round draft pick #6 overall
The Patriots got a career season from Blount in the running game and logged 299 carries for 1161 yards and a league-best 18 touchdowns
The Patriots will enter the beginning of the 2017 league season with several important decisions to make in regards to free agency. While the team has the third most salary […]
The Patriots picked up a bargain with Floyd, who was a former first round pick. He has the size at 6’2, 220 that the other Patriots receivers don’t have.
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