Look past the dynasty and the legacy. When you step back and look at the New England Patriots, what do you see? When you look at this current team, how do you feel? When you think about next season, do you see 11-5 or 15-1? Do you see heartbreak or confetti? Personally, I see confetti. But here's the problem: I saw confetti last year, too. Despite all the holes in the secondary and the gaps in pass rushing, this team made me a believer.
Friday is cut-down day in NFL. For most teams, that means releasing 22 players, as teams go from the previous limit of 75 to the regular-season roster of 53 all at once. On Sunday, I published a ranking of every New England Patriot’... Read Post
The team-building portion of the NFL offseason is just about complete, and the New England Patriots have made some significant changes to their team, despite returning 20 of 22 starters. The Patriots already had one of the youngest ... Read Post
Ten years ago, the New England Patriots could cut players without a whisper. Fast forward through a dynasty of three Super Bowl wins in four years, an undefeated season and eight playoff appearances in a decade, and the Patriots can... Read Post