32 Teams 32 Questions: Who Will Start Week One for the Patriots

To say the Patriots were disappointing last year is an understatement. Both the offense and defense sputtered along to a 7-9 finish, the first losing season since 2000. Quick shoutout to the special teams unit though, y’all were the ONLY reliable unit. With the 15th overall pick locked for the Patriots, the front office spent … Continue reading 32 Teams 32 Questions: Who Will Start Week One for the Patriots

Rookie TEs: The Best of the Rest

Okay, so you didn’t get Kyle Pitts in your dynasty draft. Don’t panic. There are other options. Let us help you navigate this sea of rookie Tight Ends. Pat Freiermuth (Steelers): 📈 Pat was appropriately named “Baby Gronk” during his time at Penn State. His ability to make great catches, be a reliable receiving option, … Continue reading Rookie TEs: The Best of the Rest

Better Late Than Never; My Thoughts On Cam Newton

With the New England Patriots signing Cam Newton, most fans were excited for the addition of a “veteran” Quarterback joining the team. On the other side was me; cringing with the fact that my two worst nightmares came true. First was of course Tom Brady leaving, second was the Pats bringing in Cam Newton as … Continue reading Better Late Than Never; My Thoughts On Cam Newton

James’ Fantasy Mock Draft 1.0

Apparently I’m a submissive boy who allows the internet any opportunity to be torn apart. That being said, WELCOME TO MY MOCK DRAFT! I figured it was about time to shake off the fantasy draft rust and dig in. So, I joined a non-ppr mock draft (#4) on Yahoo to get the wheels turning. Let’s … Continue reading James’ Fantasy Mock Draft 1.0

How the Patriots Can Revamp Their Offense

The NFL draft and free agency is just around the corner. The 2020 Patriots have a Plethora of holes to fill this offseason and will need to utilize every asset this offseason to ensure that they can return to their dominant status once again. Quarterback Obviously, the best choice here is to bring back Tom … Continue reading How the Patriots Can Revamp Their Offense