Bill Belichick Interacting With DeAndre Hopkins Sparks Huge Speculation For Patriots Fans

The New England Patriots are making headlines again. New England won the game against the Arizona Cardinals at Gillette Stadium and some analysts say it was an anemic win for the team. But, hey, this anemic win actually gives Patriots hope to make the playoffs. Players elevated their game to break the losing streak. Pretty much every player contributed to the final score. Well, something else caught everyone’s attention. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was seen talking to Cardinals receiver DeAndre Hopkins following the 20-17 win.

Michael Giardi from NFL Network shared the photo, and caused an avalanche of reactions. A great number of fans hope to see Hopkins join New England one day. Adding him would be a perfect move, and Belichick would work really well with him.

The Houston Texans traded Hopkins to Arizona this past offseason. Experts, players, coaches and other NFL names criticized this move. It was a wrong decision, and Houston knows it best.

Bill Belichick could use DeAndre Hopkins in New England

When it comes to Belichick and his team, they do fine at the moment. New England lost two straight games. Most experts predicted a win for Belichick and his team last week. But, Houston had a surprising performance and the Patriots ended the game with a loss. That wasn’t the case with Arizona. The Cardinals came to New England to win the game. It was a must-win game for both teams and New England was lucky to win it. This breaks their losing cycle, and the Patriots are ready to win again.

Patriots players have three road games on the schedule. They will finish the season with a couple of home games. Will New England find the strength to win five straight games? Impossible is nothing. Belichick is in charge of the team and we all know what that means. The Patriots are 5-6 at this point of the season, and there’s still hope for them to make the playoffs. Let’s see how will the team handle the upcoming road games. There have been some really bold predictions, and we agree with some of them.