The Bill Belichick era is full of uncertainty, and now the situation is more complicated than ever. The New England Patriots have already lost Brandin Cooks, Dion Lewis, Malcolm Butler and Nate Solder. Pillip Dorsett is the only receiver on their roster who was in great condition in the entire last season.
We can also see the the five-man offensive line. But, let’s hope that the training camp will be enough to fix every hole in the team. Nothing can beat the fact that the Pats have a Super Bowl talent. Do they know how to use it? And yes, this roster thing…
The team has a few open starting roles, and it may not be as important as the work that has to be split among several players.
The Pats know everything about success, they just have to get it through. We strongly suggest that they color in the specifics.
Tom Brady and Brian Hoyer will take the quarterback positions.
Brady will be the starter quarterback for the Pats this season. It may be shocking for some of you, but hey, it’s a normal thing. What happens behind Brady? Hoyer is the other quarterback, and there’s a huge possibility that Danny Elting sneaks onto the roster as a third quarterback.
Rex Burkhead, Sony Michel, James White and Jeremy Hill will take the running back position.
James Develin is the fullback, and the team used him in more snaps than Burkhead and Mike Gillislee. Let’s not forget that he has already signed his contract extension with the Pats. Develin may not be a glam player, but he’s important for the game.
Chris Hogan, Kenny Britt, Julian Edelman, Jordan Matthews and Malcolm Mitchell are the wide receivers.
Let’s go to the tight ends. Here we have Gronk, Jacob Hollister, and Troy Niklas.
Eight names fit in the offensive line, including Isaiah Wynn, Joe Thuney, David Andrews, Shaq Mason, Marcus Cannon, Trent Brown, LaAdrian Waddle and Matt Tobin.
These are just some of the names. We hope that the Pats will come out with the best solution.