Patriots Draft: Tyler Amaral Patriots Mock Draft

April 27, 2022

Our own Tyler Amaral gives his final mock draft before this weekend’s NFL Draft. First Round 21. Kenyon Green, OL Texas A&M – Green played everywhere but center for the Aggies. He would immediately slot in at left guard while also providing depth at tackle in the event of Isaiah Wynn or Trent Brown missing time.  Second Round 54. Christian Harris, LB Alabama – Harris isn’t the typical Alabama run……

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Patriots Draft: Need #3: Linebacker

April 26, 2022

The Patriots have addressed Linebacker this off-season adding Mack Wilson in a trade for Chase Winovich and re-signing J’Whaun Bentley. Veteran Raekwon McMillan and second year linebacker Cameron McGone are also in the mix as well. Third year linebackers Anfernee Jennings and Josh Uche can play off the ball as well. Despite that, the Patriots need to address the position. A linebacker who can play all three downs and have……

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Patriots Draft: Need #2 Cornerback

April 26, 2022

Bill Belichick let J.C Jackson walk in free agency but he has spent some money to fortify the cornerback position by signing veteran Terrance Mitchell and re-signing old friend Malcolm Butler. Belichick also signed hybrid safety, corner Jabril Peppers. Despite those additions, the Patriots lack a young corner with size that can match up on the outside. Belichick could address the need in the first round or he can wait……

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Patriots Draft: Patriots trade a 5th round pick to the Texans for 6th and 7th round picks

April 25, 2022

The Patriots made what could be the first of several trades this week when they traded a 5th round pick (Pick 170) for a sixth round pick and a seventh round pick (245). The Patriots had two fifth round picks but no seventh. The Texans had three sixth round picks but no fifth round pick. So Bill Belichick and old friend Nick Caserio solved that problem by making a trade…….

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Patriots Draft: Need #4: Wide Receiver

April 25, 2022

On paper the Patriots don’t really need a wide receiver but with so much uncertainty at the position after next season, it would not be a surprise to see Bull Belichick address the position at some point in this draft. If nothing else, he can bring some additional depth at the position. Here are 15 wide receivers that I think would be a good fit for the Patriots. Chris Olave,……

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Patriots Draft: Need #5: Defensive Tackle

April 23, 2022

The Patriots inability to consistently stop the run has been an issue in recent years. Bill Belichick attempted to address the issue in free agency last off-season by signing free agents Davon Godchaux, Henry Anderson, re-signing Lawrence Guy and drafting Christian Barmore. The moves paid off early as the Patriots were better against the run but as the season wore on, they struggled again. Defensive tackle is still a position……

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Patriots Draft: 15 prospects who could go undrafted and sign with the Patriots

April 22, 2022

The Patriots have had a lot of success during Bill Belichick’s tenure with signing undrafted free agents. In fact, the team has had a 18 year run where an undrafted free agent has made the team. That streak ended last season. The Patriots recent undrafted free-agent success includes: Center David Andrews (2015), cornerback Jonathan Jones (2016), cornerback J.C. Jackson (2018), wide receiver Jakobi Meyers (2019), receiver/returner Gunner Olszewski (2019), fullback……

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Patriots Draft: Need #6 Edge: Scouting the EDGE Players

April 21, 2022

The Patriots number six need is EDGE. The Patriots traded outside linebacker Chase Winovich earlier this off-season for inside linebacker Mack Wilson. The Patriots have depth at EDGE with Matthew Judon, Deatrich Wise, Josh Uche, Ronnie Perkins, Anfernee Jennings and Jahlani Tavai. Outside of Judon however, there are a lot of inexperienced players at the outside linebacker or defensive end spots. The Patriots could use another pass rusher. The 2022……

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Patriots Draft: Is Arizona State becoming a Belichick draft school?

April 20, 2022

Bill Belichick is known for having schools he likes to draft players from. Whether it be Rutgers, Alabama, Michigan Oklahoma or UCLA, Belichick likes to draft from schools where he has a relationship with the coach and the staff. You can add another school to his list of favorites this off-season. Arizona State. The Patriots have met with three players from the school thus far this spring. Linebacker Darian Butler……

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