Here’s a look at PFF highest-graded Patriots after seven weeks

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The New England Patriots have had a tumultuous start to the season with a 3-4 record and mostly brutal losses to start the season. But there have been a few players who have managed to be consistent through the ups and downs of the 2021 season.

The Patriots have just four players whose grades, according to Pro Football Focus, are above 75 (out of 100). The digital scouting service graded offensive lineman Ted Karras, guard Shaq Mason, quarterback Mac Jones, running back Damien Harris and guard Michael Onwenu in the top five players on the team, in that order.

Here’s a look at those grades, with the surprise of a rookie (Jones) being among the top five.

What do you think? Do you think these players have been the best? I, for one, am surprised to see that Matthew Judon (6.5) is not on this list.

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