“May you live in interesting times” reported to be an ancient Chinese curse, is certainly an apt description of what is going on right now at Gillette. The Patriots have […]
Well, someone was paying attention at least. On our podcast recently, I said that I believe that Patriots rookie linebacker Anfernee Jennings would have a bigger impact in his rookie […]
As the 2020 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. On […]
As the 2020 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. In […]
With a healthy Julian Edelman, N’Keal Harry, and a reacclimated Gordon at WR, all of a sudden the WR position projects to one of strength.
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.
Van Noy has blossomed in New England and is arguably one of their big chess pieces on the defensive side. He was even better than Hightower in the playoffs
with Jerod Mayo now as the inside linebacker coach, Collins’ return is something the staff must feel strongly enough behind to make it happen.
Last week against the Chiefs, as we said in our podcast this week, Van Noy was outstanding, he was flying all over the field,
Gillislee and Jeremy Hill, who is looking to resurrect his career in New England are probably fighting for one roster spot.
The healthy return of Hightower is an absolute priority, we wrote last year he was the one guy on defense they could not replace with anyone on the roster
“He’s got special pass-rushing skills,” Kuligowski said. “He’s a guy that can play on every special teams. He’s very smart. If Trent gets drafted late, he’ll be a stea
Good morning, here are your Sunday’s Patriots news 4-29, & AFC East Notes Quick Hitters: The Patriots made a curious decision to hold their post-Day 2 draft press conference immediately […]
The PatsFans.com podcast, “Patriots 4th & 2” did a video podcast of an interview we did with Boston Sports Journal’s founder Greg Bedard late last week as we spoke about the upcoming NFL Draft.
After investing in Tony Garcia last year and bringing back LaAdrian Waddle, our take is that they may draft one, but more for depth. Now with the news that Garcia is fully ready to go, we’ll double down with that.
|Pats Pulpit - Aug 7th, 2020|