The Patriots are 3-3 and there are numerous reasons for that.
But Tom Brady, the team's star QB, gets a ton of credit when they win, so he should take a ton of blame when they lose, right?
The guys on Sports Tonight play "Is it fair?" and toss out a number of criticisms involving Brady. But are they fair?
Fair or unfair?:
He cannot close games anymore.
Brady forces too many passes.
Brady plays favorites too much.
Brady isn't committed enough.
Let us know what you think!
Felger and Mazz have correctly predicted at least one Patriots draft pick for 5 straight seasons by throwing markers at their big board. Here are this year's tight end draft class.
Their three tight ends include:
1. Michigan's Jake Butt
2. Drake's Eric Saubert
3. Oklahoma State's Blake Jarwin
The Patriots have themselves another "big back" option for 2017.
The Bills announced that they have opted not to match the restricted free agent offer sheet that New England made to Mike Gillislee last week. That means the 5-foot-11, 219-pounder is now a member of the Patriots. Buffalo had until 4 p.m. on Monday to match.
Gillislee was reportedly extended an offer sheet by the Patriots that is worth $6.4 million and $4 million in the first year. The Bills had the cap space to match the offer, but with LeSean McCoy already atop their depth chart, the price tag may have been too rich for them to choose to hold onto the 26-year-old.
Because Gillislee was given the original-round tender by the Bills, the Patriots will send Buffalo a fifth-round pick as compensation. That gives Bill Belichick and Nick Caserio six picks in this weekend's draft: two thirds, a fourth, a fifth, a sixth and a seventh.
Gillislee joins Rex Burkhead, Dion Lewis, James White, Brandon Bolden and DJ Foster on the running back depth chart in New England.