The New England Patriots will enter the 2022 regular season with a group of strong players. Head coach Bill Belichick will get even more talented players in the 2022 NFL Draft. He signed Carl Davis right before the start of the draft. Belichick had a few great veterans on the roster and some of them are really excited about the new season. Kendrick Bourne is one of them. The Patriots wide receiver made a big prediction about the upcoming season.
Bourne is entering his second season with the Patriots. He was efficient receiver with the San Francisco 49ers, but had his best football in 2021. He delivered 800 yards for 55 receptions and five touchdowns. Well, Bourne wants more than that. He really wants to go over 1,000 receiving yards.
The Patriots wide receiver made realistic prediction for the team
Bourne took to his social media to deliver a strong message for the upcoming season. Oh, yes, he also wants Jakobi Meyers to do the same. Patriots fans are really excited about this. If Bourne and Meyers eclipse 1,000 receiving yards in the upcoming season, the Patriots will have a better chance to make the big game.
“1k each for me and my dog? What y’all think ?!!!” Bourne posted on Instagram next to a picture of himself and Meyers.
“My dawg”, Meyers popped in the comments.
Bourne’s post caught the attention of newly-signed wide receiver DeVante Parker. The Patriots got him through a trade with the Miami Dolphins and Parker sure wants to get piece of the cake.
“Just save me some and we good😂,” Parker commented.
Parker has already eclipsed 1,000 yards. In other words, he can definitely have another great season. That’s why the Patriots got him.
What about Damien Harris? He noticed Bourne’s post and decided to bring Belichick in the conversation.
“Bill gone show this in squad (meetings),” Harris said.
We couldn’t agree more. Belichick’s receivers are super excited about the new season and they will all try to get the best of it. The Patriots are entering an important season and they all have to try really hard to make the big game.