Is Bill Belichick pondering his coaching future after the Patriots' blowout loss to the Bills on Saturday? It sure doesn't sound like it.
Expectations for New England got a bit out of whack during its seven-game win streak. We bought into the Super Bowl hype, which at the time you could’ve made a case for, considering the Patriots were on track for a first-round bye. But, after New England lost three of its final four regular-season games, many doubted its chances of winning a road playoff game in the wild-card round.
Even though the Patriots spent a lot of money to address needs at wide receiver and tight end last offseason, ESPN insider Jeremy Fowler believes that’s the biggest priority the Patriots have to address this offseason. He even suggested they sign a player that’s a teammate of Tom Brady’s. Maximize Mac Jones’ production with more help,” Fowler wrote.