You can read about our thoughts on New England’s first two rounds in Part 1 of our 2011 NFL Draft Review.
Here is what we liked, and didn’t like, from the third round on.
So the 2011 NFL Draft has came and went. How do you think the Patriots did overall? Doug Kyed, our staff writer will be writing grades for all 32 teams this weekend, but we want to hear from you guys.
After a day that saw the Patriots draft a cornerback (Ras-I Dowling), two running backs (Shane Vereen and Stevan Ridley), and a quarterback (Ryan Mallett), you might wonder what defensive front seven targets are there for the Patriots taking.
If the Patriots don’t trade down again from the 33rd pick, there is a plethora of options for the Patriots to begin restocking their defense.
Here is who we see the Patriots targeting on Day Two of the 2011 NFL Draft.
For the next five days, we’ll be live blogging the 2011 NFL Draft along with Tom Curran from Comcast SportsNet New England. Click below to follow along.
Are you ready for the 2011 NFL Draft? If not, here are a few things to get you up to speed by tonight.
Other than perhaps wearing a hoodie, Bill Belichick might be best known in NFL circles for working the NFL Draft to its fullest – trading up, trading down, and stock-piling picks.