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the Patriots re-signed Cam Newton, a boatload full of cash and all of their draft picks, they are far from done retooling the QB position.
As the 2021 NFL Draft draws closer we’ll profile some of the players that may be on the Patriots’ radar or that we feel would be a great fit. The […]
Shelvin dominates single blocking and has the strong anchor to absorb double teams at the point of attack, allowing the linebackers to clean up and make plays.
his leverage, ability to stack and shed blocks, and discipline with his gap control will be enticing for teams (New England) that need run stuffers
The New England Patriots defense is off to a tremendous start in 2019, thru the first six games, they’re off to an unprecedented start and are playing some tremendous football. […]
Last season at this time, there were major questions about the depth of their linebacking corps and who…besides Trey Flowers could rush the passer.
Looking at this defensive line and the way it is constructed, it would lend itself to being more of a 3-4 unit than a 4-3.
Shelton’s addition gives the Patriots two large run-stuffing tackles (he and Mike Pennel) and two interior disruptors Lawrence Guy and Adam Butler.
Michel kept his legs churning and carried the pile further for more yardage. It paid off with his touchdown run where he carried the pile into the end zone
The ‘78 team set the record for team rushing (3165 yards) in a season, but the 1976 squad was even better. Johnson rushed for 699 yards and six scored and caught 29 passes for four more touchdowns that year.
The 6’6, 350-pound Branch while an immovable force inside is quite athletic for a big man and enjoys skateboarding since he was a kid in New Mexico.
ESPN’s Field Yates has reported that the Patriots are signing former Cleveland defensive tackle John Hughes.
They added Terrance Knighton, Frank Kearse, and Markus Kuhn in FA, Vincent Valentine in the draft and Chris Long, this season’s reclamation project.
Hargrave has the first step explosion to get off the line quickly and get after the quarterback with excellent snap anticipation.
It was a total group effort with the interior players pushing the pocket and the edge rushers bringing pressure outside.