The New England Patriots lost the chance to win a Super Bowl this season. Quarterback Tom Brady didn’t have his best season. Although he played elite football, he didn’t have the best weapons by his side. Many analysts agree that the Patriots need to give Brady more weapons in 2020. Of course, they have to give him a good deal in the next few weeks. Tom Brady is set to become a free agent on March 18, and the Patriots need to give him a great deal. They need to give him more weapons.
The Las Vegas Raiders are
interested in Brady. They have everything a great quarterback needs. Talented receivers
and a new stadium.
There have been so many theories about Brady’s offseason decision. One of these theories suggests that the quarterback will re-sign with the team if they give him more weapons. New England struggled on offense in 2019. Their rushing attack was inconsistent, and the receiving unit went up and down. The tight ends didn’t even contribute to the game.
Matt Miller from Bleacher Report suggests that the GOAT will stay with his current team. He is also convinced that the Patriots will add more wideouts to the 2020 roster.
The Patriots need to give Tom Brady talented weapons
Bleacher Report shared
this report in a tweet. In this report, you can read about the Patriots staffer
who said that head coach Bill Belichick is well aware of the situation. His Patriots
can’t win “with any other available quarterback.” Brady and Belichick have won
six Super Bowls together, and they know each other really well.
Belichick sure has someone on his mind. According to this report, Belichick has his eyes on tight end Hunter Henry and wide receiver A.J. Green. These two names have been consistently mentioned.
Henry is a second-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. He suffered a lot of injuries, and his 2018 season was empty. However, the Los Angeles Chargers used him really well. In 2019, he had 55 catches for 652 yards and five touchdowns.
Green is a fourth overall
pick of the 2011 NFL Draft. He missed 2019 due to an ankle injury. He will turn
32 in July. Green spent nine seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals. He is a
seven-time Pro Bowl selection with 79 catches for 1,173 yards and eight
touchdowns in his tenure with the team.