Jan 20, 2013; Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) prepares to make a pass during the third quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

Should Patriots Fans Be Worried?

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Lot’s of people are starting to think that the New England Patriots may be starting to regress and will show signs that they aren’t as good as they’ve been in the past. Does this statement have any merit or is this just going to be the same old Patriots? Patriots Nation has been spoiled with the success the Patriots have given them and it isn’t stopping just yet. After losing Wes Welker, many people believe that this off-season has been a failure for this franchise. This isn’t a very smart statement because having Adrian Wilson, Aqib Talib, Danny Amendola, and Sebastian Vollmer aren’t good moves?

This is team is better right now than it was last season regardless of their depth at the Wide Receiver position. Tom Brady has proved time and time again that he will do fine with whoever you put on the field. Another thing people are missing is that Aaron Hernandez will be basically a Inside Wide Receiver with Jake Ballard healthy. Ballard will become the back up tight end to Gronkowski and having Hernandez shift over to Wide Receiver position is a fairly smart move. It’ll be very beneficial to this football team and the fact that the defense is improving is encouraging news. This team will look very different from a year ago but the same production will occur. The Patriots will continue to dominate the NFL with Belichick and Brady in charge.

Reminder: NFL Draft is coming up and We should be hearing some news regarding the Patriots and John Abraham very soon. Also, be sure to check out or site as we will keep you guys up to date 24-7.

 

 

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