Tom Brady has entered a new chapter in his professional life, and he is no longer a player with the New England Patriots. TB12 signed a deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and this changes the entire image of the Patriots. Well, fantasy football players should not overlook one of Brady’s favorite targets this season. What about the Patriots fantasy football for 2020?
Field Yates from ESPN believes that Jules will have a rather serious season. He is set to enter his first season without Tom Brady. Yes, Edelman may not be the best player to hit a touchdown, but he is definitely talented and his skills can sure give the Patriots what they need in 2020. According to Yates, the Super Bowl LIII MVP has great potential.
A great take on the fantasy football in 2020
The receiver’s fantasy prospects have increased through the team’s latest addition. This is a rather different perspective, and the Patriots will get the best of their game.
“There’s a tendency to undercut the merits of slot receivers at times — heck, just look at how they are paid relative to perimeter receivers! — but let’s not overthink this: Edelman is an ankle-breaking, yards-after-catch machine,” Yates wrote for ESPN.com. “We don’t know a ton of what life without Tom Brady looks like for Edelman, but I’m betting on him to remain a total star. When Jimmy Garoppolo stepped into a starting role for two full games to start 2016, Edelman posted seven catches in each game. Cam Newton to Julian Edelman has lethal potency.”
Edelman promised to prove he can get the job done without his favorite quarterback under center.
This will be a rather challenging season for the Patriots and they are more than confident about the upcoming games. Yes, they will have a tough schedule, but they are ready for that and much more.
2020 will be led by another quarterback. It may be Jarrett Stidham. It may be Cam Newton. The Patriots have a few big decisions to think about and they better make a wise one. Will head coach Bill Belichick trust his second-year quarterback? Maybe he will rather go with an experienced player. Newton was the NFL MVP in 2015, remember?