N’Keal Harry reminded everyone that the New England Patriots made a really good decision to select him in the 2019 NFL Draft. The talented wideout shared a video of him working out. In other words, he is showing everyone that season 2 will be much better than his rookie campaign with the team. Damien Harris shares the same opinion. Many analysts believe that Harry will do much better in 2020. Head coach Bill Belichick has the same expectations from him.
Truth is, Harry didn’t really get a chance to show his moves. He missed the first nine games of the regular season and then had to earn Tom Brady’s trust. We all know that Brady doesn’t really trust “unknown” targets. Harry joined the team in the second half of the season. The 22-year-old wideout finished the season with 12 catches for 105 yards and two touchdowns.
Harry will enter his sophomore season in September. He will have a bigger role on the offense. The young wideout will not catch passes from the GOAT. This gives him a chance to build greater chemistry with the new quarterback. He couldn’t do that with Brady. Maybe he will be able to build a nice relationship with second-year quarterback Jarrett Stidham.
Damien Harris likes N’Keal Harry
Harris has great expectations from Harry, too. The running back said Year 2 would be crazy, and we all felt that. Harry’s fellow 2019 draft pick commented on the wideout’s Instagram post of his workout.
Julian Edelman will turn 34 and he still has so much to offer. But, Harry may build a better relationship with Stidham. He may soon become his favorite target.
Patriots players really like the idea of having Stidham in the starting position. Devin McCourty talked about their practice. A lot of pundits criticized the Patriots for picking Stidham, and McCourty is convinced that his younger teammate has everything they need to win games.
Well, the only thing we can do is wait and see what happens in September. Stidham and Brian Hoyer will have to compete for the starting position. Hoyer is a veteran, but he’s been coming and leaving all the time. He will probably b a backup for Stidham.