Auflösung Teil 4
Das unterschriebene Trikot von @patriots Cornerback Stephon Gilmore @bumpnrungilmore .
Der 1990 in South Carolina geborene Gilmore wurde im 2012 @nfldraft in der ersten Runde an stelle 10 von den Buffalo Bills gepickt.
Seit 2017 steht er bei den New England Patriots unter Vertrag und man muss es so sagen, er liefert an.
Er war in der Passverteidigung in den letzten beiden Jahren einer der besten und natürlich auch mit verantwortlich für den Sieg im SuperBowl LIII.
Außerdem wurde er in der 2019er Saison zum Defense Player of the Year gewählt also zu besten Verteidiger der gesamten @nfl .
Ich hoffe er bleibt uns noch lange erhalten mit seiner spektakulären Spielwiese 😍
Back to these. 😎 Would you ladies and gentlemen like to see C Ted Karras back with the #Patriots for the 2020 #NFL Season? If so, what role do you see Karras having on the team?
My opinion? The team let’s him go—He moves on. After C David Andrews was lost for the season last year with a health issue, Ted Karras was able to step in for the team at Center, and Karras is now poised to receive a nice pay raise in Free Agency. A lot of the team’s Free Agency decisions regarding their IOL seems to hinge on what happens with G Joe Thuney, so it’s a tricky situation—A domino effect really. If Thuney does actually stay in New England (the chances are unlikely as I stated before in a previous post), I would imagine that Karras is 100% gone. I’d see no reason for Karras to stay when he could get more money and a starting job elsewhere. If Thuney were to actually leave though let’s say, I’d highly assume that would boost Karras’ chances of staying in New England. We won’t know until this all actually happens. Maybe the team would have faith in a cheaper option like G Hjalte Froholdt, and another potential draft pick/Free Agent signing? I don’t think there would be that much of a drop off in play/productivity honestly. If Thuney stayed that would be awesome, but again, Karras is gone if that happens because the team isn’t going to pay let’s say, more than $3M for a backup, and Karras would EASILY demand $5-6M a year annually for his skill set. ——————————————————————
With all of that being said, I strongly believe that the team will go with Froholdt, and either use a draft pick/Free Agent signing to fill that LG void.
A name that has come up in a lot of recent observations of potetential free agents for the patriots to pursue is TE Jordan Reed would you like to see him in a pats uniform? , Comment Your Thoughts On Him Below ⬇️——————————————————————
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6 528 hours ago
Here’s what the mvp of the week leaderboard is looking like Patrice Bergeron just gotta his 2nd so he is now tied in 2nd place with Jayson Tatum for the most mvp of the week awards
5 378 hours ago
This offseason, there are a number of teams looking to address their quarterback situation for 2020. I want to take a bit of an extended look at some of these teams options, starting with the team I find to be the most interesting: the New England Patriots. Now for starters, I’m going to assume they let Tom Brady walk, primarily just to keep it interesting. In my opinion, they should bring in either Andy Dalton or Marcus Mariota on a relatively short term contract, and let sophomore Jarrett Stidham develop and eventually let him take the reigns.
I really like Andy Dalton as a bridge quarterback for this scenario, with enough talent and upside to win a few games right away. Like Dalton, Mariota has something to prove going into this season. Bill Belichick and the Patriots staff have had Tom Brady, one of the least athletic players in NFL history, behind center for nearly 20 seasons. I’m sure they wouldn’t mind bringing in a unique talent like Marcus Mariota and seeing how they could use him.
What do you think the Patriots should do at quarterback next season? Do they bring Brady back? Let me know in the comments! #nfl#nfllegends#nflgoat#nflhistory#nflanalysis#goatanalysis#newenglandpatriots#patriots#patriotsfootball#pats#patsfootball#andydalton#marcusmariota#jarrettstidham
3 1798 hours ago
Really? Me and your Mom have the same birthday? Save me a seat at your table
This is @patriotscov’s offseason plan for the Patriots. They currently have 41 million in cap space, however with the trades that are included 20 million more would be freed up. Drop your opinions down below!