Patriots land best first-round draft spot in nearly 15 years

The New England Patriots lost to the Buffalo Bills by a 35-23 score and have now turned their attention to the offseason. Their draft position is officially set for the No. 14 spot, as the team looks to reload for 2023.

This will be the team’s best draft position since 2008, when they used a No. 10 overall pick to select Jerod Mayo out of the University of Tennessee.

So assuming they play their cards right, there’s a good chance they can come away with a solid player capable of helping the them for years to come. The speculation now will obviously be about what position they’ll ultimately draft at.

Will they add an offensive tackle, or will they take another shot at receiver, if the right player is on the board?

This could be a pivotal draft for New England, as they have several key offseason decisions to make with both coaches and players on the roster.

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