Saturday, December 31, 2016

MusketFire.com: New England Patriots vs Miami Dolphins: Prediction, Odds, Preview

MusketFire.com has what you need to know about the New England Patriots' match-up in week 17 of the NFL season in Miami against the Dolphins. Read on for the what the odds-makers are saying about the game, a quick preview, and a prediction for the last game of the regular season with home-field advantage throughout playoffs on the line for the Patriots.New England Patriots vs Miami Dolphins: Prediction, Odds, Preview

Friday, December 30, 2016

MusketFire: New England Patriots vs New York Jets: 5 Biggest Takeaways

Before turning to the Miami Dolphins and New England’s battle for home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, let’s take one last look at the five takeaways from Christmas Eve and the Patriots 41-3 win over their AFC East rivals.

New England Patriots vs New York Jets: 5 Biggest Takeaways

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Musketfire.com: New England Patriots vs New York Jets: 5 Matchups to Watch

It's Christmas Eve and MusketFire​ has the top match-ups, strategies, game plans, and more for when Tom Brady and the Patriots’ offense faces the New York Jets' defense for the second time in 2016. Brandon Marshall and the Jets’ struggling offense are trying to get back on track against Malcolm Butler and the New England defense. The Top 5 Match-ups covers everything you need to know about the Patriots' offense and defense versus the Jets' defense and offense.

New England Patriots vs New York Jets: 5 Matchups to Watch

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Musketfire: New England Patriots at Denver Broncos: Breaking Down the Matchups

The top match-ups, strategies, game plans, and more for when Tom Brady and the Patriots’ offense return to Denver to face-off against Von Miller and the Denver defense and Emmanuel Sanders and the Broncos’ offense taking on Malcolm Butler and the New England defense. W2W4 has everything you need to know about the Patriots' offense and defense versus the Broncos' defense and offense.

New England Patriots at Denver Broncos: Breaking Down the Matchups

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Musketfire: W2W4: New England Patriots (7-1) vs Seattle Seahawks (5-2-1)

The top match-ups, strategies, game plans, and more for when Tom Brady and the Patriots’ offense face-off against the Legion of Boom and the Seattle defense and Russell Wilson and the Seahawks’ offense taking on Malcolm Butler and the New England defense. W2W4 has everything you need to know about the Patriots' offense and defense versus the Seahawks' defense and offense.

W2W4: New England Patriots (7-1) vs Seattle Seahawks (5-2-1)

Tuesday, November 08, 2016

Restricted free agent Malcolm Butler key in Patriots' defense | Cover32

With the stunning trade of linebacker Jamie Collins to kick-off the New England Patriots’ midseason bye-week, it brings to mind the looming question of the offseason. The Patriots have a long list of unrestricted free agents and a big-time restricted free agent to be taken care of before next season.

Restricted free agent Malcolm Butler key in Patriots' defense | Cover32

Revisiting the New England Patriots' free agency priorities | Cover32

With the stunning trade of linebacker Jamie Collins to kick-off the New England Patriots’ midseason bye-week, it brings to mind the looming question of the offseason. The Patriots have a long list of unrestricted free agents and a big-time restricted free agent to be taken care of before next season.

Revisiting the New England Patriots' free agency priorities | Cover32

Saturday, October 29, 2016

W2W4: New England Patriots (6-1) Offense vs Buffalo Bills (4-3) Defense

Part one of W2W4 (What to Watch For) this Sunday as the 6-1 New England Patriots take on the 4-3 Buffalo Bills.

The Patriots are looking to avenge their only loss of the season.
Can Rex Ryan and the Bills slow the potent Patriots offense with Tom Brady back at quarterback? How can the Bills defend all the weapons the Patriots have in their passing attack? Will LeGarrette Blount find space to run against the Bills defensive front?

Part one of W2W4 is all about the Patriots' offense versus the Bills' defense.W2W4: New England Patriots (6-1) Offense vs Buffalo Bills (4-3) Defense

Sunday, October 23, 2016

W2W4: New England Patriots (5-1) Rushing Defense vs Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) Rushing Offense

Part four of W2W4 (What to Watch For) this Sunday as the 5-1 New England Patriots take on the 4-2 Pittsburgh Steelers. 


Can the Steelers rushing attack keep up with Tom Brady and the Patriots' dynamic offense? How do the Patriots defend Le'Veon Bell? Who from the New England front seven has to step up and slow the Steelers ground game? All these questions (and more!) are answered in the most in-depth Patriots preview and the most complete W2W4 piece you will find in the New England Patriots mediaverse this morning. Part four is all about the Patriots' rushing defense versus the Steelers' strong rushing offense.



W2W4: New England Patriots (5-1) Rushing Defense vs Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) Rushing Offense

W2W4: New England Patriots (5-1) Passing Defense vs Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) Passing Offense

Part three of W2W4 (What to Watch For) this Sunday as the 5-1 New England Patriots take on the 4-2 Pittsburgh Steelers.

Can the Steelers passing attack keep up with Tom Brady with Big Ben Roethlisberger out with a knee injury? How do the Patriots defend Antonio Brown? Can the Patriots keep Le'Veon Bell from hurting them as a receiver out of the backfield? How does the New England secondary take away deep passes downfield by Landry Jones? All these questions (and more!) are answered in the most in-depth Patriots preview and the most complete W2W4 piece you will find in the New England Patriots mediaverse this morning. Part three is all about the Patriots' passing defense versus the Steelers' explosive passing offense.

W2W4: New England Patriots (5-1) Passing Defense vs Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) Passing Offense

W2W4: New England Patriots (5-1) Rushing Offense vs Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) Rushing Defense

Part two of W2W4 (What to Watch For) this Sunday as the 5-1 New England Patriots take on the 4-2 Pittsburgh Steelers.

Can the Steelers slow the New England rushing offense? How do they defend LeGarrette Blount? Can the Steelers afford to sleep on James White? All these questions (and more!) are answered in the most in-depth Patriots preview and the most complete W2W4 piece you will find in the New England Patriots mediaverse this morning. Part two is all about the Patriots' rushing attack versus the Steelers' rush defense.

W2W4: New England Patriots (5-1) Rushing Offense vs Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) Rushing Defense

Sunday, October 16, 2016

MusketFire.com: W2W4 (What to watch for) Week 6: New England Patriots vs. Cincinnati Bengals



Can the Patriots slow down the Bengals passing attack this afternoon? Who will cover A.J. Green. Can they carry over their strong run defense from last week? Speaking of running the ball, can the Patriots get LeGarrette Blount back on track? And how will Tom Brady do in his first game back in Foxboro this year? All these questions (and more!) are answered in the most in-depth Patriots preview and the most complete W2W4 piece you will find in the New England Patriots mediaverse this morning:What to watch for Week 6: New England Patriots vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Sunday, October 09, 2016

MusketFire: W2W4: New England Patriots (3-1) at Cleveland Browns (0-4)

The New England Patriots welcome back quarterback Tom Brady as they get ready to face the 0-4 Cleveland Browns. For the Patriots, will the passing game improve with the return of Brady? Are Gronkowski and Edelman healthy enough to contribute? Will LeGarrette Blount and the running game suffer with Brady back? How about the defense> Are they ready for rookie quarterback Cody Kessler and emerging star Terrelle Pryor at wide receiver? How about the front seven on defense taking  on the Browns' #1 rated rushing attack? Is it a trap game for the Patriots on the road in Cleveland? All these questions (and more!) are answered in the most in-depth Patriots preview and the most complete W2W4 piece you will find in the New England Patriots mediaverse this morning: W2W4: New England Patriots (3-1) at Cleveland Browns (0-4)

Sunday, October 02, 2016

New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills: Week 4 W2W4

The New England Patriots welcome the Buffalo Bills to Foxboro on Sunday afternoon for their week four AFC East match-up. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and the NFL's leading rusher LeGarrette Blount will take on Rex Ryan's defense which is fresh off of shutting down the Arizona Cardinals in week three. How do the Patriots get their passing and rushing attack in gear versus the Bills? Can the Patriots' defense slow down the dual rushing threat of running back LeSean McCoy and mobile quarterback Tyrod Taylor? 

Read on for the most complete W2W4 (What to Watch for) piece you will find on the New England Patriots mediaverse this morning: New  England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills: Week 4 W2W4

Sunday, September 11, 2016

W2W4: New England Patriots at Arizona Cardinals at MusketFire.com

Is Jimmy Garoppolo ready to lead the Patriots to victory? Can the defense slow the vertical passing attack and strong running game of the Arizona Cardinals? Who will step up on the offensive line for the Patriots? Is LeGarrette Blount going to carry the offense? Who does New England target in the Arizona secondary when throwing the ball?



W2W4: New England Patriots at Arizona Cardinals




Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Patriots' training camp battles: Offensive line | Cover32

The New England Patriots struggled to protect quarterback Tom Brady last season as injuries wracked the offensive line. The return to health of Nate Solder is not big news but should be. Solder is a top ten left tackle and is vital to protecting the quarterback. Although not the flashiest players on offense, the offensive line is the engine that drives the potent attack. To start off with the position battle on offense, let’s take a look at the team’s Achilles heel in 2015, the offensive line:

Patriots' training camp battles: Offensive line | Cover32

Sunday, August 07, 2016

MusketFire: New England Patriots Wide Receivers Best Camp Battle

Although the New England Patriots' offseason has focused on Tom Brady and Jimmy Garoppolo, Gronk and Martellus Bennett, and the contracts NOT extended for key players on defense, quietly the wide receivers have become one of the best battles in training camp.

Chris Hogan, Julian Edelman, and Danny Amendola are all banged-up but are expected to be on the field  in week one. That leaves intense competition between the rest of the receivers on the roster for the remaining roster spots. With only a few openings at wide receiver, New England has a number of strong contenders for the playing time while the top three receivers are sidelined in training camp. Read on to review the camp battles and who the standouts are at wide receiver in Foxborough, MA:

New England Patriots Wide Receivers Best Camp Battle

Sunday, July 10, 2016

MusketFire.com: New England Patriots: Any Free Agents on Offense?

NFL Training Camp is just a few weeks away and the New England Patriots may still have moves left to make in free agency. Free agents brought in right before or during training camp have often made a significant impact and there may be another free agent still unsigned who can help New England return to the Super Bowl in 2016. Part one focuses on free agents on offense.



New England Patriots: Any Free Agents on Offense?




Friday, June 17, 2016

MusketFire: Martellus Bennett Remakes New England Patriots Offense

Martellus Bennett is not a tight end who will replicate Aaron Hernandez’s role in the offense. What makes Bennett a difficult match-up teamed with Gronkowski is his blocking ability. Bennett is six-foot-six and 273 pounds and–like Gronkowski–has deceptive quickness and power. Everything that should have happened with Scott Chandler is finally going to happen this year with Martellus Bennett at tight end.


Martellus Bennett Remakes New England Patriots Offense

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Patriots' pre-training camp battles: Defensive line | Cover32

Do the New England Patriots have enough depth on the defensive line to replace Pro Bowl edge rusher Chandler Jones and interior disruptive force Akiem Hicks? Who needs to step-up? Who will shine with more playing time available on the defensive line?



Patriots' pre-training camp battles: Defensive line | Cover32

Wednesday, June 08, 2016

Patriots' pre-training camp battles: Linebackers | Cover32

With the retirement of Jerod Mayo, the New England Patriots needed to add depth to their linebacker position behind starters Jamie Collins and Dont'a Hightower and top reserve Jonathan Freeny. With the drafting of Elandon Roberts and free agents Ramon Humber and Shea McClellin, have the Patriots done enough at linebacker? Are there any undrafted free agents who could be a surprise to make the roster and contribute in 2016?

Patriots' pre-training camp battles: Linebackers | Cover32

Wednesday, June 01, 2016

New England Patriots pre-training camp battles: Safety | Cover32

With less than two months until training camp kicks off at the end of July, it is the perfect time to step back and look at the looming battles to end up on the 53-man roster. Part two of the series is a look at the safety position.

With All Pro free safety Devin McCourty and the underrated Patrick Chung at strong safety, New England has two excellent pieces. However, do they have enough depth behind their starters? Who will emerge in training camp? Is there a sleeper at safety who could sneak into the rotation?

New England Patriots pre-training camp battles: Safety | Cover32

Saturday, May 14, 2016

MusketFire: New England Patriots Recent Drafts Key to Success in 2016

To continue their successful run of five consecutive AFC Championship Game appearances, the New England Patriots need their recent draft picks to become contributors in 2016 and beyond. The success of the team in 2016 and beyond will hinge on the players of the past three drafts stepping up and becoming major contributors on both sides of the ball. While Jamie Collins and Malcom Brown are already key contributors, there are many more players under the spotlight on both sides of the ball for the Patriots from the 2015, 2014, and 2013 NFL Draft.


Monday, May 02, 2016

MusketFire: New England Patriots 2016 NFL Draft Review

While grading a draft immediately after the draft and before any player steps foot on the practice field, plays in a preseason game, or plays a regular season game is folly, it still makes an interesting exercise. As such, each pick by the New England Patriots in the 2016 NFL Draft will be assigned a grade along with a final draft grade. As always, the grade will be weighed heavily not on what the seemingly multiplying number of draft gurus but on figuring out what director of player personnel Nick Caserio and head coach Bill Belichick saw of the player and their fit in New England.



New England Patriots 2016 NFL Draft Review

Thursday, April 21, 2016

MusketFire: New England Patriots: Five NFL Draft Needs

Trying to predict the moves of the New England Patriots in the NFL Draft is perilous, but this season they have been far more active in free agency and may have tipped their hand. Here are five positions New England is likely to target with their four picks in the second and third round (and possibly a trade up into the fourth or fifth round). Look for New England to target running back, offensive tackle, defensive tackle, cornerback, and defensive end when they are on the clock.

New England Patriots: Five NFL Draft Needs

Patriots' players on the bubble: Aaron Dobson | Cover32

The release of defensive tackle Dominique Easley highlights how the New England Patriots have a number of players whose roster spot is vulnerable. Whether it be due to their contract, their competition, or their play last season, the Patriots should have a spirited battle as the offseason programs approach. This series will look at five players who are on the roster bubble heading into the 2016 preseason. Part two of the series focuses on disappointing 2013 2nd round draft pick Aaron Dobson and why he is on the bubble heading towards training camp.

Patriots' players on the bubble: Aaron Dobson | Cover32

New England patriots players on the bubble: Jon Bostic | Cover32

The NFL Draft will result in the New England Patriots having a number of young and hungry players who will be challenging veterans for a roster spot. Whether it be due to their contract, their competition, or their play last season, these veterans should have a spirited battle as the offseason programs approach. This series will look at five players who are on the roster bubble heading into the 2016 preseason. Part three of the series focuses on Chicago Bears 2013 2nd round draft pick Jon Bostic who was acquired via trade last year and why he is on the bubble heading towards training camp.

New England patriots players on the bubble: Jon Bostic | Cover32

Friday, April 15, 2016

New England Patriots' players on the bubble: Amendola | Cover32

The release of defensive tackle Dominique Easley highlights how the New England Patriots have a number of players whose roster spot is vulnerable. Whether it be due to their contract, their competition, or their play last season, the Patriots should have a spirited battle as the offseason programs approach. This series will look at five players who are on the roster bubble heading into the 2016 preseason. Kicking off the series will be a look at wide receiver Danny Amendola and why he is on the bubble heading towards training camp.

New England Patriots' players on the bubble: Amendola | Cover32

Thursday, April 14, 2016

New England Patriots 2015 NFL Draft Review

As the New England Patriots’ front office prepares their final preparations for the 2016 NFL Draft, it makes sense to take one last look back at the prior years’ selections. This piece will examine each of the 2015 NFL Draft picks made by the Patriots looking not just at the player and spot drafted, but the role they played in 215, their anticipated role in 2016 and beyond, and giving the pick a grade with a year of perspective. Click below to read much more:



New England Patriots 2015 NFL Draft Review

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

What free agent moves are left on defense for the Pats? | Cover32

The New England Patriots have been active in the trade market and in free agency this offseason. The Patriots may have taken a step backwards defensively by trading away Pro Bowl defensive end Chandler Jones to Arizona, but a flurry of moves has restocked the cupboard on defense. However, they may not be done yet. Even though it is five weeks until the NFL Draft, there are still some defensive free agents who may be able to help the Patriots in 2016.

What free agent moves are left on defense for the Pats? | Cover32

What free agent moves are left for the New England offense? | Cover32

The New England Patriots have been busy in free agency in the past few weeks but the Patriots may not yet be done shopping. Let’s take a look at the offense and see what other moves could still be made leading up to the NFL Draft in May.

What free agent moves are left for the New England offense? | Cover32

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

MusketFire.com: Analyzing the New England Patriots Offseason Moves

With the addition of wide receiver Chris Hogan, trading defensive end Chandler Jones to Arizona for guard Jonathan Cooper (and a 2016 second round draft pick), trading for tight end Martellus Bennett, signing running back Donald Brown, signing defensive end Chris Long, and finally adding linebacker Shea McClellin via free agency the Patriots have made some significant moves for 2016.

But were these the right moves? Click through to review the free agent moves made in the context of roster-building on each side of the ball.

Analyzing the New England Patriots Offseason Moves

Wednesday, February 03, 2016

Patriots 'Inside the Numbers': New England 2015 review | Cover32

The New England Patriots finished the 2015 season with a seventh consecutive AFC East title thanks in part to a 10-0 start to the season. Unlike most Bill Belichick teams, this Patriots’ team struggled down the stretch and limped into the playoffs after peaking far too early in the season. What was a disappointing season for the Patriots was a season 28 other teams would gladly take: another trip to the AFC Championship game which fell just short of another Super Bowl appearance. A look inside the numbers often makes a good starting point for seeing what went right and what went wrong over the 2015 season. With that, here are some interesting numbers to look into about the 2015 New England Patriots.

Patriots 'Inside the Numbers': New England 2015 review | Cover32

Saturday, January 23, 2016

MusketFire: W2W4: New England Patriots vs Denver Broncos

In their first matchup in Denver, the Patriots’ passing attack featured 22 targets directed to Scott Chandler, Brandon LaFell, Chris Harper and former tight end Asante Cleveland . With Edelman, Amendola, Gronkowski and left tackle Sebastian Vollmer back on the field, the offense should be back to full strength. With the offense back and the defense healthier than it has been in a while, New England should be able to  put up a better fight in the AFC Championship game on Sunday. See who has the advantage on each side of the ball heading into the game.



W2W4: New England Patriots vs Denver Broncos

Cover32: New England Patriots' three keys to victory in the AFC Championship game. | Cover32

If New England can play well in all three phases of the game they should be able to go on the road and win in Denver on Sunday. They need to convert on third down on offense, take away the short passing attack on defense and not make stupid miscues on special teams. By following these three keys, the New England Patriots should be able to book a return trip to the Super Bowl.

Read more at http://cover32.com/2016/01/23/92442/#RtBxhGhohoFUBwC2.99



New England Patriots' three keys to victory in the AFC Championship game. | Cover32

Monday, January 11, 2016

MusketFire: New England Patriots: Playoff Preparation To Do List

The New England Patriots got their regulars some well-deserved rest (the bye week for New England was way back in week four) and get their injured players some time to get healthy. With quarterback Tom Brady added to the injury list with an ankle injury, he and key offensive players tackle Sebastian Vollmer, wide receivers Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola, and tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Scott Chandler had a much needed extra week of recovery. For the defense, it was another week to get linebackers Dont’a Hightower and Jonathan Freeny, third cornerback Justin Coleman, safeties Devin McCourty and Patrick Chung, and defensive ends Chandler Jones and Rob Ninkovich up to full strength.

New England now knows they will be facing the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday afternoon in Foxboro, MA in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. Forget September 2014 or what the Chiefs have been doing (the Chiefs have not lost since October 18th), the Patriots have three key issues of their own to resolve first and foremost. The Patriots need to fix their offensive line issues, straighten out the secondary, and get some production from the wide receiver position.

New England Patriots: Playoff Preparation To Do List

Tuesday, January 05, 2016

Patriots remain perplexing heading into playoffs. | Cover32

As the New England Patriots ready for the playoffs, they end the regular season with a two game losing streak and losers of four of their last six games. After topping 350 yards of total offense in all ten of their first ten games (all victories) the Patriots have topped 350 total yards just once since–their week 13 loss to the Eagles. Not coincidentally, the fall from grace by the New England offense coincides with the injury to Julian Edelman with a broken foot in the week ten victory over the Giants. The Patriots seemed determined on Sunday to keep everyone, still on the field, healthy. Rather than resting quarterback Tom Brady and tight end Rob Gronkowski, they instead played them and tried to keep them from harm. That, of course, backfired as Brady was unintentionally rolled-up by Ndamukong Suh on one of his five pass attempts and was limping during and after the game.

Patriots remain perplexing heading into playoffs. | Cover32

Saturday, January 02, 2016

Cover32: New England Patriots' key matchups to watch on Sunday vs Miami Dolphins | Cover32

Although Miami is likely thinking about 2016 and the Patriots are focused on winning the game to improve their playoff standing, New England will have to overcome a plethora of injuries on both sides of the ball. On offense, wide receiver Julian Edelman was wisely held out and did not make the trip south. Another two weeks of rest is a must for one of the most valuable tools in quarterback Tom Brady’s Swiss army knife of offensive options.

Wide receivers Danny Amendola and Brandon LaFell are questionable for Sunday’s matchup in Miami as Amendola has a knee injury and LaFell was recently added to the injury report with a foot injury. It is unknown if LaFell’s foot injury is related to the foot injury he had over the offseason which caused him to miss all of training camp and the preseason and not return to action until week seven.

These injuries make what appeared to be an easy road win turn into a difficult matchup to end the season. New England has some key matchups they need to win on both sides of the ball to lock up the number one seed in the AFC.

New England Patriots' key matchups to watch on Sunday vs Miami Dolphins | Cover32

MusketFire: W2W4: New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins in Week 17

The 12-3 New England Patriots face off against the disappointing 5-10 Miami Dolphins on Sunday afternoon to close out the regular season. The Patriots enter the game having long since locked up the AFC East and with a bye during Wild Card Weekend already secured. For the Patriots, if they win against the Dolphins then they lock up the number one seed in the AFC and home field advantage throughout the playoffs.

For the Dolphins, the game is a chance to potentially force their hated divisional rivals onto the road in the AFC Championship round (if the Patriots and Broncos get there). The 2013 Dolphins did the same when they knocked off an undermanned Patriots team 24-20 in week 15 as Danny Amendola dropped a game winning touchdown catch with 27 seconds to play. A final fourth down attempt to Austin Collie (yes, that team had a depleted receiving group as well) was intercepted and the Patriots had to go to Denver in January for the AFC Championship Game and lost 26-16.

Having lost three of their last five games, the Patriots need to end their season with a win. The question is whether it is win at any cost as they have a number of injuries to deal with on both sides of the ball. With a number of key players likely not to play on Sunday, the Patriots’ depth will be tested again as the regular season ends.

W2W4: New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins in Week 17

MusketFire: W2W4: New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins in Week 17

The 12-3 New England Patriots face off against the disappointing 5-10 Miami Dolphins on Sunday afternoon to close out the regular season. The Patriots enter the game having long since locked up the AFC East and with a bye during Wild Card Weekend already secured. For the Patriots, if they win against the Dolphins then they lock up the number one seed in the AFC and home field advantage throughout the playoffs.

For the Dolphins, the game is a chance to potentially force their hated divisional rivals onto the road in the AFC Championship round (if the Patriots and Broncos get there). The 2013 Dolphins did the same when they knocked off an undermanned Patriots team 24-20 in week 15 as Danny Amendola dropped a game winning touchdown catch with 27 seconds to play. A final fourth down attempt to Austin Collie (yes, that team had a depleted receiving group as well) was intercepted and the Patriots had to go to Denver in January for the AFC Championship Game and lost 26-16.

Having lost three of their last five games, the Patriots need to end their season with a win. The question is whether it is win at any cost as they have a number of injuries to deal with on both sides of the ball. With a number of key players likely not to play on Sunday, the Patriots’ depth will be tested again as the regular season ends.

W2W4: New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins in Week 17

Scout.com: New England Patriots have Four Roster Issues which could Derail their Super Bowl Hopes in 2017

The New England Patriots have four roster issues which could derail their Super Bowl hopes in 2017. Can they survive an injury at quarterbac...