Everyone, it seems, has an opinion or some kind of reaction to how the Patriots drafted this past weekend.
We’ll start with and ESPN blog post, which asks a question many followers of this team are asking: Did the Patriots do enough to help their defense?
“There were trade opportunities to move up in the first round to pick a defender,” the article asserts, “but they elected to stay put and select offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn at No. 23. It turns out that pick was the pivot point that highlighted an obvious theme: It was a top-heavy defensive draft (to see four off-the-line linebackers go in the first 22 picks was rare), and then the bottom basically fell out of the high-end defensive prospect pool.”
A Boston Globe writer comes right out and…