Looking at the Patriots - 2021

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Any chance we can look at the 2021 Patriots??

I'm very excited. Been reading and posting a bunch of PatsFans articles on the makeup of this year's team in a group No1Jag and I run on FB.

I've wanted to post the breakdowns here but I don't remember if that's cool from a sort of rival site. But they are great.

It would be completely awesome if TB12 were relegated to the dustbin until it's time for TB game except in the thread about them.
 

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I'm very excited. Been reading and posting a bunch of PatsFans articles on the makeup of this year's team in a group No1Jag and I run on FB.

I've wanted to post the breakdowns here but I don't remember if that's cool from a sort of rival site. But they are great.

It would be completely awesome if TB12 were relegated to the dustbin until it's time for TB game except in the thread about them.
I agree. Great stuff on PatsFans. I have been spending a lot of time there the last week or so. I am pretty psyched for TC after reading and digesting everything.
 

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I agree. Great stuff on PatsFans. I have been spending a lot of time there the last week or so. I am pretty psyched for TC after reading and digesting everything.

Yeah, I don't spend any time on PatsFans cuz I don't care for a great deal of stuff there but their articles can be wonderful.
 

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I'm very excited. Been reading and posting a bunch of PatsFans articles on the makeup of this year's team in a group No1Jag and I run on FB.

I've wanted to post the breakdowns here but I don't remember if that's cool from a sort of rival site. But they are great.

It would be completely awesome if TB12 were relegated to the dustbin until it's time for TB game except in the thread about them.

Post em!
 

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You might want to wait until you have more than 9 posts to start throwing grenades.

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You might want to refrain from going after people over number of post. Seeing as most of your post are little more than worshiping at the alter of Brady.
 

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In the days leading to training camp, we'll look at each of the positions and how things could play out this summer. Today's snapshot looks at the running back position.

 

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The Patriots’ offensive line is one of the strengths heading into the 2021 season and is on paper, easily a top 10 and arguably a top 5 unit.
Despite losing a legend with Dante Scarnecchia’s retirement as offensive line coach, the unit was well-coached in 2020 by Cole Popovich and Carmen Bricillo.

So, let’s take a brief snapshot of the position and see who stays, who goes, and who is on the bubble as the team begins training camp in 2021. It has a nice blend of established veterans, young players on the upswing, and team leaders who are looked to set the tone.

The depth is so great that the team lost one of the best guards in the NFL in Joe Thuney in free agency and traded a long-time very solid right tackle Marcus Cannon and they probably won’t miss a beat.

 

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The Patriots’ offensive line is one of the strengths heading into the 2021 season and is on paper, easily a top 10 and arguably a top 5 unit.
Despite losing a legend with Dante Scarnecchia’s retirement as offensive line coach, the unit was well-coached in 2020 by Cole Popovich and Carmen Bricillo.

So, let’s take a brief snapshot of the position and see who stays, who goes, and who is on the bubble as the team begins training camp in 2021. It has a nice blend of established veterans, young players on the upswing, and team leaders who are looked to set the tone.

The depth is so great that the team lost one of the best guards in the NFL in Joe Thuney in free agency and traded a long-time very solid right tackle Marcus Cannon and they probably won’t miss a beat.


This kid is already a beast among men. Wow!

"Michael Onwenu was an absolute steal in the 2020 NFL Draft. Selected in the 6th round, (182nd overall), he was viewed as a bubble, developmental prospect. That was blown out of the water right off the bat in his rookie season.

He played like a veteran and a versatile one in 2020 and logged in starts at both guard positions and at right tackle, which speaks volumes about his upside. He will be tasked with replacing the outstanding Thuney at left guard, but as we’ve seen already if injuries begin to pile up, he has the versatility to move around. "
 

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Training camp is right around the corner and Mac Jones is the future at QB, but the present may still belong to Cam Newton. Read on in our QB Primer on PatsFans.com

 
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