There's no tougher team in the NFL to grade on their offseason moves than the New England Patriots.
Bill Belichick and the Patriots make good draft picks and poor draft picks, great signings and head-scratching signings. Almost no matter what they do, however, the Patriots end up winning double-digit games and giving fellow playoff teams all they can handle.Wholesale nfl Nike Jerseys,Jerseys For sale Cheap
Even when the Patriots make an odd pickólike reaching for big, slow receiver Aaron Dobson in the second roundóit's hard to criticize. "Who am I," one may feel like asking, "to question the always-winning Patriots?"
This offseason, the Patriots continued to address needs with confident moves for talented players like veteran receiver Danny Amendola and second-round rookie Jamie Collins.
Regardless of whether or not it was wise to let treasured veteran Wes Welker walk for far less than Amendola signed for, it's safe to pencil the Patriots in for another double-digit-win season.