Advertisements

Patriots

Nason’s Way Too Early 2021 Mock Draft

After taking some time to decompress from the 2020 NFL Draft season, I’m ready to get after 2021! This year’s draft gave us a Heisman winner and national champion taken number one, a franchise changing pass rusher taken second, and a generational defensive back taken third, and all three of them happen to be former Ohio State Buckeyes (the fan in me had to point that out). Next year features some incredibly talented quarterbacks, another strong and deep wide receiver class, and talent all over the offensive and defensive side of the ball. With that being said, here’s my first mock draft of the 2021 cycle!

Advertisements

Should The Patriots Sign Chris Hogan?

The Patriots wide receiving core was subject to a lot of heavy criticism in 2019 and the team hasn’t made many changes to the group this offseason. The Patriots are coming back with mostly the same cast of characters as five of their top six reception leaders from 2019 remain on the roster. The only noteworthy additions have been Marqise Lee, Damiere Byrd and a host of undrafted free agents.

Should the Patriots Sign Clay Matthews to Mentor Chase Winovich?

As the NFL offseason hits mid-May, a number of marquee free agents remain unsigned. While Cam Newton has received a lot of buzz in New England as someone who could mentor a young up-and-comer at his position already on the Patriots roster, there’s another, more realistic option for the Patriots out there who could do some mentoring of his own.

Adam Trautman Would be Perfect for the Patriots

The Patriots still haven’t added a tight end this offseason. That needs to change at the draft. Matt LaCosse and Ryan Izzo just aren’t cutting it as pass catching options at the position, not to mention the fact that last year’s starter, Ben Watson, retired this winter. The Patriots ranked dead last in the NFL in total tight end …

Adam Trautman Would be Perfect for the Patriots Read More »

ESPN Highlights Jarrett Stidham’s Tumultuous College Football Journey

Jarrett Stidham’s college football journey was one muddled with injury, controversy and instability. For most talented, young quarterbacks, their path is easy. Attend an elite program with a good coach, stay for three years, get comfortable in your system, build chemistry with your teammates and enter the NFL Draft after three years. For Stidham, it …

ESPN Highlights Jarrett Stidham’s Tumultuous College Football Journey Read More »

Stephon Gilmore Clapped Back at Rex Ryan on Twitter

Rex Ryan made an appearance on ESPN’s morning show “Get Up” on Friday and didn’t pull any punches when it came to Cowboys WR Amari Cooper. Ryan called Cooper “the biggest disappearing act in the National Football League” and said “I wouldn’t have paid this turd” as the show discussed Cooper’s 5-year, $100 million contract with …

Stephon Gilmore Clapped Back at Rex Ryan on Twitter Read More »

Apparently Stephon Gilmore Doesn’t Think Much of New Bills Receiver Stefon Diggs

Stephon Gilmore took to Twitter Friday night to defend Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper after Rex Ryan ruthlessly ripped him on ESPN’s “Get Up”. While Gilmore pumped up one of the league’s best wideouts, he also disrespected another.Gilmore liked a tweet calling Bills trade acquisition Stefon Diggs “light work” in response to a fan questioning how Gilmore would fare …

Apparently Stephon Gilmore Doesn’t Think Much of New Bills Receiver Stefon Diggs Read More »

0