Sunday, April 30, 2017

Patriots' 2017 NFL Draft recap and review - Cover32

With only four-total selections in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Patriots set a modern-era record of fewest selections for a defending champion. With a dizzying number of moves pre-draft with trades. Once they Patriots got to day two and day three, the trades continued. The Cover32.com recap and review breaks down all the moves made by the Patriots.
Patriots' 2017 NFL Draft recap and review - Cover32

Saturday, April 22, 2017

MusketFire.com: New England Patriots: Post-Free Agency Needs on Offense


The New England Patriots have been extremely busy this offseason. However, they still have some holes to fill on offense in the upcoming NFL Draft. Here are the needs by position and moves that need to be made on offense.

New England Patriots: Post-Free Agency Needs on Defense

Thursday, April 20, 2017

MusketFire.com: New England Patriots: Post-Free Agency Needs on Defense

The New England Patriots have had a great offseason, but that doesn’t mean their work is done. Despite all the signings and wheeling and dealing, there are still moves to be made by New England to improve their roster. Here are the needs by position and moves to be made on defense:

New England Patriots: Post-Free Agency Needs on Defense

Friday, April 14, 2017

Is Adrian Peterson the answer for the Patriots' running game? - Cover32

All of New England was abuzz after ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted that long-time Minnesota Vikings’ running back Adrian Peterson was visiting Foxboro recently. Peterson left New England without a contract but with him still unsigned, there are many fans imagining a future Hall-of-Fame running back lining up behind Tom Brady.



Of course, signing Peterson makes little sense for the Patriots.
First, there are all the off-field issues to deal with. It won’t happen as long as Bob Kraft owns the team. In fact, forget all the off-field problems. The Kraft family would never seriously consider him after his suspension for much of the 2014 season, being charged with child abuse.
Although the Patriots have taken a chance on malcontents Corey Dillon, Randy Moss, Albert Haynesworth, Chad Johnson, Donte Stallworth (he was signed again in 2012 three years after being suspended the 2009 season for DUI manslaughter) and even LeGarrette Blount, the Krafts have been outspoken on violence against women (and child abuse is certainly as bad an offense).

Even if the front office, ownership and the rest of the organization can get past this, Adrian Peterson is not a fit for the New England Patriots on the field.

Read more at http://cover32.com/2017/04/12/adrian-peterson-answer-patriots/#9gfYKCiByiRJXQs5.99




Is Adrian Peterson the answer for the Patriots' running game? - Cover32

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Three New England Patriots' players who need to step-up in 2017 - Cover32

Who are the three players who were with the team last season who failed to make a major impact but could step up and play a key role in 2017 for the New England Patriots​?

http://cover32.com/2017/04/11/three-patriots-players-2017/

Three New England Patriots' players who need to step-up in 2017 - Cover32

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

2017 likely to be Malcolm Butler's last season in New England - Cover32

One more year of Malcolm Butler at a discount rate is a solid play for the Patriots. His role is likely less on the outside and more in the slot this season with Gilmore and Rowe in place on the edge. Jones should bounce-back in year two and eventually replace Butler after this season.
As much as Malcolm Butler has given to New England in his time here, expect 2017 to be the last New England fans see the fan-favorite in the red, white and blue.

Read more at http://cover32.com/2017/04/04/malcolm-butler-last-season-new-england/ 


2017 likely to be Malcolm Butler's last season in New England - Cover32

New England Patriots at New Orleans Saints: Game Two Preview and Prediction

Everything you need to know to be ready for the Patriots and Saints game. New England Patriots at New Orleans Saints: Game Two Preview...