Foxboro, Massachusetts-3-5 New England Patriots are in a typical losing season. Some people point to the decline in the draft in recent years as the main reason for the decline, which led to coach Bill Belichick citing the situation of the entire organization on Friday Success when the subject is questioned.
“I think the most important thing for me is to win the game. In the past 20 years, I will not apologize for my record. What I see is much worse.” Berichik held a regular meeting. Said on the video conference.
The Patriots won six Super Bowls during Belichick’s tenure, and their last losing season was 2000, which was Belichick’s first year as a coach.
But Bericchik is currently overseeing the 2020 lineup transition. This is his first Tom Brady (Tom Brady) without a quarterback to enter the lineup. This has become whether the team gets enough revenue from the draft. Highlights.
This has something to do with what Belichick told Sirius XM NFL Radio recently-the salary cap limitation has caused the Patriots not to go as far as they have been in the past few years.
The Patriots hosted the Baltimore Ravens (6-2) on Sunday night (8:20 p.m. EST, NBC), and responded to the two recent draft picks during his morning video conference. After this question, I asked a cordial and straightforward Berishik and said: “Now, drafting a scorecard, it’s great, I know you want to write this scorecard, but you’re actually trying to focus on The Ravens prepare. So I think I will continue to pay attention to this.”
The Patriots only drafted 4 picks in 2017. Only reserve defensive end Derek Rivers (third round) and reserve defensive end Deatrich Wise Jr. (fourth round) remain on the roster.
They traded the 2018 second-round pick before the 2019 season, guard Duke Dawson. Starting from left tackle Isaiah Wynn (first round), running backwards Sony Michel (first round), defender Jan Vaughn Bentley (fifth round) and right end Ryan Izo (seventh round) remains in the current lineup.
Perhaps the catalyst under the microscope for the Patriots’ recent draft work was shown by the 2019 first-round pick N’Keal Harry, whose appearance was similar to what other receivers in the league selected after him. The level is different. The second round picks are Deebo Samuel (49ers), AJ Brown (Titans) and DK Metcalf (Seahawks).
At the same time, this year’s 2020 top athletes did not contribute much this year, and the sixth round offensive winger Mike Onwenu became a rookie star and was promoted to a starting role.
When asked if he has any ideas why the Patriots have difficulty getting a steady output from the recent draft picks, Bericzyk talked about his philosophy of the big picture.
“Whenever you bring a player into your team, you put him in a role or situation that you think is appropriate. Sometimes you have to make a little modification when you understand the player. Then try hard with him To develop this, he competes with other players in other positions or positions.”
“In the end, I chose the best player in that game. So this is really a process. I don’t know how to answer this question. Obviously, every player is different, and every player competes with different players. The location is different.”
He later added: “Ultimately, we tried to put the best teams in the areas where we can compete, and I didn’t really see this change. So no matter who these players are or who are not, this is me. No matter who it is, the game is played out in the competition, and better players are also playing a role.”