Bill Belichick on Patriots’ depth: This is the year we’ve adjusted our spending

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The Patriots aren’t the team they have been for most of the last two decades, and coach Bill Belichick says that’s in part a result of the salary cap.

Although the Patriots now have plenty of cap space, Belichick noted that early in the offseason they didn’t, and that limited how much they could spend in free agency.

“We’re playing more young players than we’ve played in the past,” Belichick said, via Mike Reiss of ESPN. “A combination of reasons. We were pretty heavily invested in our team in the past few years. From a salary-cap standpoint, we didn’t have much flexibility at all. I think that was obvious on the Cam Newton contract. Then we had some opt-outs, so we lost some players there that would normally have been giving us significant amount of play time. And then like every year, a couple guys are banged up and we’ve missed some guys here and there in certain games. I think when you combine it all together, there is opportunity there, and some of that opportunity has gone to younger players. Again, because of our cap situation in this particular year, this is kind of the year that we’ve taken to, I would say, adjust our cap from the spending that we’ve had in accumulation of prior years. We just haven’t been able to have the kind of depth on our roster that we’ve had in some other years.”

Even with the cap expected to decline by about $20 million next year, the Patriots project to be in good cap shape. So while other teams are feeling a pinch in 2021, the Patriots should be able to rebound from a turbulent 2020.

70 responses to “Bill Belichick on Patriots’ depth: This is the year we’ve adjusted our spending

  1. This is the year that Belichick gets exposed for only being a HOF coach because of one player – Tom Brady. Seriously, has a team with BB as HC ever won a playoff game with a QB other than Brady?

  2. boogermcf says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:39 am
    This is the year that Belichick gets exposed for only being a HOF coach because of one player – Tom Brady. Seriously, has a team with BB as HC ever won a playoff game with a QB other than Brady?

    10 26 Rate This

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    Umm, yes?

    Brady sucked in 2018 and 2019, the D held the Rams to 3 points in the sb, Brady was jealous and the rest is history.

    Do you people actually know anything?

    Other qbs have won super bowls, too. Brady owes his enitre career to be.

  3. This take has nothing to do with BB or the Pats but more just teams in general concerning the cap.

    It seems like the consistently bad teams consistently have a huge amount of cap space every year. Every offseason those teams fans get really excited at all the money they have to spend but somehow are terrible again and in same boat the next offseason.

    The good teams tend to have cap experts and those good teams tend to toe the line close to the cap limit. Every offseason fans of other teams like to laugh at how little cap space the good teams have but somehow those teams are good again and in the same boat the next offseason.

    Lots of cap space is overrated. Draft well, develop players, spend wisely.

  4. tb12greatest says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:49 am
    I figured this year was going to be a throwaway year for the Pats…

    3 1 Rate This

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    Now with Covid19, yeah. It’s only going to get worse as cases riss.

    Good year to reload actually. Cap drops in 2021-, Pats have younger players with experience. Sounds good to me.

  5. This is the year of no videos what a difference when you can’t cheat anymore that’s why brady left cuz the cheating was exposed

  6. But wait…I thought BB was a genius so no salary cap should stand in his way. He realizes he made a mistake by letting his ego get in the way and letting Brady go. Now he’s making excuses to cover up for the loss of Brady. Some genius.

  7. touchback6 says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:54 am
    tb12greatest says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:49 am
    I figured this year was going to be a throwaway year for the Pats…

    3 1 Rate This

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    Now with Covid19, yeah. It’s only going to get worse as cases riss.

    Good year to reload actually. Cap drops in 2021-, Pats have younger players with experience. Sounds good to me.

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    You’re such a hypocrite lol. Wow. All year you’ve been saying the pats are loaded and would win the division going away. Now you change your tune. So if the pats are loaded as you say they are, it’s a terrible coaching job.

  8. I love how people who bring up the Rams Super Bowl conveniently forget the two brilliant performances by Brady in the playoffs to get them there, and the previous super bowl in which Belichick’s D couldn’t stop a backup QB and wasted a 500 yard, 3TD performance from Brady.

  9. boogermcf says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:39 am

    This is the year that Belichick gets exposed for only being a HOF coach because of one player – Tom Brady.
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    You mean “2 Yard Tom”? The “System QB”? Very confused – now all of a sudden he’s the greatest of all time? You really have to be a contortionist to make some of these arguments.

  10. Jimmypinthe416 says:
    October 31, 2020 at 10:04 am
    touchback6 says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:54 am
    tb12greatest says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:49 am
    I figured this year was going to be a throwaway year for the Pats…

    3 1 Rate This

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    Now with Covid19, yeah. It’s only going to get worse as cases riss.

    Good year to reload actually. Cap drops in 2021-, Pats have younger players with experience. Sounds good to me.

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    You’re such a hypocrite lol. Wow. All year you’ve been saying the pats are loaded and would win the division going away. Now you change your tune. So if the pats are loaded as you say they are, it’s a terrible coaching job.

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    Was this pre covid and opt outs or no? Just checking. If you had toldme Hoyer would have to play vs KC, I would have said NE would lose, but that was clearly the turning point.

    The team is loaded, really. Great OL, RBs, secondary, etc. Dugger has looked good, Adrian Phillps, and they just have to play the players they have refused to play.

    Lots of new contracts due as well for in-house players.

    JC Jackson ranked 3rd as a cb right now. Another undrafted gem along with Jon Jones.

    You don’t even know who these people are. It’s hilarious.

  11. thevoice0freason says:
    October 31, 2020 at 10:18 am
    I love how people who bring up the Rams Super Bowl conveniently forget the two brilliant performances by Brady in the playoffs to get them there, and the previous super bowl in which Belichick’s D couldn’t stop a backup QB and wasted a 500 yard, 3TD performance from Brady.

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    Michel and the ol paved the way, Chargers D played zone so I called that one and Michel was outstanding as post season.

    Brady did a great job after throwing 3 picks vs a crap kc d, yes.

  12. Everyone seems to forget that when they were negotiating with Brady earlier this year, if they gave him the two years/50 million he wanted they would have had NO cap space to surround him with any receivers. Kind of like what Tom had last season and why he was so miserable. If they had Brady this year, they would probably have a better record but they would still not be a team that could compete for a championship.

  13. Brady is obviously still playing really well. I don’t think that’s lost on Belichick..however one can coach much longer than one can play so in long run the advantage prob goes to Belichick..even though in the short term it’s Clear Brady has the adavtange.

  14. LOL. Do any of you really think this team would be any better with Brady right now? He’d still only have a banged up and slower Edelman, lousy N’Keal Harry, and Ryan Izzo to throw to.

  15. Everyone seems to forget that when they were negotiating with Brady earlier this year, if they gave him the two years/50 million he wanted they would have had NO cap space to surround him with any receivers. Kind of like what Tom had last season and why he was so miserable. If they had Brady this year, they would probably have a better record but they would still not be a team that could compete for a championship.

  16. thevoice0freason says:
    October 31, 2020 at 10:18 am
    I love how people who bring up the Rams Super Bowl conveniently forget the two brilliant performances by Brady in the playoffs to get them there, and the previous super bowl in which Belichick’s D couldn’t stop a backup QB and wasted a 500 yard, 3TD performance from Brady.

    1 2

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    Michel and the ol paved the way, Chargers D played zone so I called that one and Michel was outstanding as post season.

    Brady did a great job after throwing 3 picks vs a crap kc d, yes.

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    Brady’s stats in those two games: 691 yards, 2 TDs, 2 INTs, offense scored 78 points while defenses gave up 59. Total QBR of 89.3 out of 100 in the first game, 82.6 out of 100 in the second. But sure, Brady was just along for the ride in the 2018 playoffs.

  17. beachsidejames says:
    October 31, 2020 at 10:47 am

    Sure Bill that’s what it is. Can’t wait to hear next years excuse. It’s going to get a lot worse before it gets better.
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    How much worse can it get than losing to Denver at home?

  18. Name one other coach who would have benched Bledsoe for Brady?

    There isn’t one.

    Name another team that dominated the NFL for two straight decades?

    There isn’t one.

    If you bet against the Patriots the last 19 years you likely lost your home to foreclosure.

  19. Bmanct says:
    October 31, 2020 at 10:03 am

    Greatest coach of all time
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    Vince Lombardi will always be the GOAT. Success, integrity, respect. I think most football fans will always think of Belichick as #2.

  20. patsifurnotcheetinurnottryin says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:57 am
    This is the year of no videos what a difference when you can’t cheat anymore that’s why brady left cuz the cheating was exposed
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    The Pats might be having a down year, first in 20, but you know using old and tired cheating references? Really? I suppose you think Brady is cheating in Tampa Bay now. Or is it Arians?

  21. “Seriously, has a team with BB as HC ever won a playoff game with a QB other than Brady?”

    The point stands, but BB won a playoff game against NE with Vinny Tesdevarde in 1994.

    If the Patriots stink for a time because of cap issues after all that success, I’m cool with that.

  22. A common comment on Patriots articles this year criticizes BB’s lack of ability as a GM. While his picks through the years have been mixed in terms of success…like every other GM’s and especially with receivers…consider their drafting position. During the BB/TB12 run of nearly twenty years, the AVERAGE 1st round draft position of the Patriots was between 28th and 29th. The next highest was the Steelers around 16th. I think we can agree that each year there is a noticeable drop off in talent level between the top half of the draft and the Patriots draft position for the past two decades. And yet, they amassed a record that may never be broken…in a salary cap era. Please also remember that BB has been in charge of managing the cap, as well. So keep those slings and arrows coming…

  23. touchback6 says:
    October 31, 2020 at 10:22 am
    Jimmypinthe416 says:
    October 31, 2020 at 10:04 am
    touchback6 says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:54 am
    tb12greatest says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:49 am
    I figured this year was going to be a throwaway year for the Pats…

    3 1 Rate This

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    Now with Covid19, yeah. It’s only going to get worse as cases riss.

    Good year to reload actually. Cap drops in 2021-, Pats have younger players with experience. Sounds good to me.

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    You’re such a hypocrite lol. Wow. All year you’ve been saying the pats are loaded and would win the division going away. Now you change your tune. So if the pats are loaded as you say they are, it’s a terrible coaching job.

    3 5 Rate This

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    Was this pre covid and opt outs or no? Just checking. If you had toldme Hoyer would have to play vs KC, I would have said NE would lose, but that was clearly the turning point.

    The team is loaded, really. Great OL, RBs, secondary, etc. Dugger has looked good, Adrian Phillps, and they just have to play the players they have refused to play.

    Lots of new contracts due as well for in-house players.

    JC Jackson ranked 3rd as a cb right now. Another undrafted gem along with Jon Jones.

    You don’t even know who these people are. It’s hilarious.

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    You bet a guy (who accepted) that I’d the Pats lose them AFCE that you will no longer post here. There were no conditions to that bet and the rest of us expect you to keep your word.

  24. Just give him a “normal” year to assemble a complete team, they will be competitive again. Not saying they will go to the Super Bowl right away but the team will be competitive again. This is just a down year with everything is going on.

  25. Funny reading all of these haters comments about teh GOAT. He’s playing chess again and everyone else is playing checkers.

  26. imodanisback says:
    October 31, 2020 at 11:25 am
    patsifurnotcheetinurnottryin says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:57 am
    This is the year of no videos what a difference when you can’t cheat anymore that’s why brady left cuz the cheating was exposed
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    The Pats might be having a down year, first in 20, but you know using old and tired cheating references? Really? I suppose you think Brady is cheating in Tampa Bay now. Or is it Arians?

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    Th people who have been beaten down by losing to Brady, Belichick and the Pats for 20 years have never accepted that they were just better than them. Mentally, it’s easier and lazier to blame it on a puff of air or a camera angle, which is of course, insanely ridiculous. Tthat all teams do or have done that may matter 1% here or there.

    It makes them feel better about it upstairs. It’s self-soothing. We fool ourselves all the time as a defense mechanism.

    Brady is still the best they’ve ever seen. It doesn’t change that fact.

  27. Makes you wonder why the Bucs can afford to have great help for Brady. Brady took under market pay with the Patriots for years and Bill only gave him bargain basement players. Brady made them look elites and won SBs. At least now Brady has good help in his old age. The worse year for Brady was 2013 when they had Dobson, and Thompkins aka Dropson and Dropkins for dropping the catches. Then it got worse when they hired Austin Collie two times, yet Brady dragged that hapless team to the AFC championship when they finally got beaten and failed to go to the SB. That’s the worst situation Brady was in but also his most glorious. That showed his mettle. This year is bad too. Maybe Austin Collie is still available.

  28. In other words…you might think I’m a great coach, but I stink at general manager and cap execution. Good thing that Brady guy was around or else you might think I’m not a good coach either

  29. “How much worse can it get than losing to Denver at home?”
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    Losing at home to the jets would be infinitely worse. Just sayin.

  30. What should be inherently obvious is that for a team to be consistently successful and win multiple Super Bowl Championships, a team needs two things — a great Head Coach and a great Quarterback. New England had both for nearly two decades and went to nine Super Bowls winning six.

    Kansas City now has this same combination with Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes. While And Reid found success and was considered an excellent coach prior to drafting Mahomes, he was also considered a coach who could not get “over the hump” to win a Super Bowl Championship. Reid coached the Eagles to four NFC Championship games before making it to his first Super Bowl and the pressure proved to great and his clock management challenges reared their ugly head and the Eagles lost that game — to the New England Patriots.

    Tony Dungy built a winning defensive team in Tampa Bay but he could not get them to a Super Bowl. John Gruden admitted when Tampa Bay won in his first season that he won with Tony Dungy’s team — oh and what he did not admit is that he had the unusual advantage of playing the Super Bowl against the team he had just left, and was able to use his deep knowledge of the Raiders offensive strengths and weaknesses to win the Tony Dungy’s defense.

    Dungy had to go to Indianapolis and be paired with another all time great quarterback in Peyton Manning (remember him) before he could win a Super Bowl…and Dungy and Manning only seemed to make it to two winning one and losing one…

    Heck, look at the great Aaron Rodgers…he and McCarthy only made it to one Super Bowl together. And Rodgers is “the best quarterback to ever play the game”. Just ask Aaron — he will tell you all about how great he is…

    What surprises me is the Seahawks. I would have expected Carrol and Wilson to have made it to more than two by now, but Wilson is still young and grossly under-rated — he was Mahomes before Mahomes.

    Sean Payton and Drew Brees, same thing…
    Noll and Bradshaw, Tomlin and Roethlisberger, Walsh and Montana, Walsh and Young, Shanahan and Elway…
    Shula and Marino — oh wait, they only went to one Super Bowl together, and lost…I guess maybe Shula is a bum…

    I am sure I am missing some combination…but my point is Coach and Quarterback is a symbiotic relationship — to have ultimate success, to be in a position to win multiple championships, a team needs both a great coach and a great quarterback.

    Now, back to Andy Reid, Mahomes provides Reid with the exact quarterback he needs to win, and I expect them to be in multiple Super Bowls over the length of Mahomes crazy contract. Will the Chiefs go to nine Super Bowls in 18 seasons? As a fan of the NE Patriots, I hope not, but I do enjoy watching that team play…

  31. patsifurnotcheetinurnottryin says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:57 am
    This is the year of no videos what a difference when you can’t cheat anymore that’s why brady left cuz the cheating was exposed

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    OMG you’re right! That all makes sense now! Down by 20+ points against the Falcons in the SB in 2017. I mean it definitely must have been cheating to come back and win that right? Since they had absolutely no talent. Can you please tell what shenanigans they did to pull that one off? I mean sheer brilliance!

  32. boogermcf says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:39 am
    This is the year that Belichick gets exposed for only being a HOF coach because of one player – Tom Brady. Seriously, has a team with BB as HC ever won a playoff game with a QB other than Brady?

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    This is just silly. TB12 was with the team when they flamed out last year. Receiver depth was bad, O-line depth was bad. This is a progression. BB is a great coach, but sometimes he gets out-schemed, sometimes the players get out-performed, sometimes the breaks go against you. This year it’s kind of all 3 and not having the kind of training camp/practices you would normally have. BB teams are prepared and flexible, this year they can be neither. Your intellectually lazy hot take assessment just proves you don’t really know what you are talking about. Both guys were a huge part of the success.

  33. The thing BB is lost on is when TB12 was in his prime (and he’s not bad now) he could make excellent receivers out of receiver crap. Not so with these guys he has now. Cam might sparkle for a day but that shine wears off quick with him and “Stiddy” c’mon, I mean he might be able to start in the CFL but New England is a big time sport city… No way he is good enough to play there.

  34. I got a friend that’s like many of the posters on here…. he lives & enjoys to see the Patriots lose WAY MORE than even cheering or supporting his own team….so comical to see & yet so sad at the same time…..I don’t give his team a second thought win or lose & LOVE watching the Pats no matter how the game plays out…. but I’ll admit, this opt out year & covid infested season has been quite frustrating, HOWEVER, if the Pats can somehow pull off a win VS the Bills, the Pats will be right back into the thick of things!!!

  35. boogermcf says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:39 am
    This is the year that Belichick gets exposed for only being a HOF coach because of one player – Tom Brady. Seriously, has a team with BB as HC ever won a playoff game with a QB other than Brady?
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    Yes, the 1994 Cleveland Browns, with Vinny Testaverde at QB.

  36. The comments denigrating Belichick are so ridiculous.

    Every all-time-great coach has had a great QB. Coaches’ plans only become real through players. Of course he needed Brady to reach these heights. It’s no slight against him.

    Conversely, there have been many all-time-great QBs who’ve won no Super Bowls, or just one. They were missing great coaches.

    Success comes from great coaches & great players working together.

  37. evildave says:
    October 31, 2020 at 12:56 pm
    boogermcf says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:39 am
    This is the year that Belichick gets exposed for only being a HOF coach because of one player – Tom Brady. Seriously, has a team with BB as HC ever won a playoff game with a QB other than Brady?
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    Yes, the 1994 Cleveland Browns, with Vinny Testaverde at QB.

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    Yes, a single playoff appearance and one single playoff victory as a head coach in 7+ seasons as a head coach. A losing record (56-67) as a head coach in a large sample size without Brady. And he typically didn’t have bums at QB. Testaverde in his prime, Bernie Kosar (although near the end of his prime), and Drew Bledsoe in his prime. The year with 10-5 season with Matt Cassel (who did go on to go 10-6 and make a Pro Bowl with the Chiefs) convinced everyone that he was a genius, but anyone who watched that team knew how much they missed Brady. Coming off an undefeated year with a record-breaking offense, they averaged 11 fewer points per game, and couldn’t beat a single good team which is why they ended the year out of the playoffs. If Brady were healthy they would have had a shot at another Super Bowl with that roster.

  38. Pat haters are astounding. When it is about Belechick, they say he wouldn’t be anything without Brady. When it’s about Brady, they say two-yard-Tom wouldn’t be anything without Belechick’s system. When it’s about the Pats they say neither is any good because they won by bribery, cheating and Godell rigging the games because he and the Pats are such good buddies.
    After a while you get to recognize the user name of clueless trolls.

  39. Speaking of player opt outs, the only New England offensive players that did were Marcus Cannon, Brandon Bolden, Marquise Lee, Najee Toran, and Matt LaCosse. Wow, so you guys here are telling me that the Patriots’ offense would be so much better with these players? Give me a break. Tom Brady helped bring this team to a 12-4 record last season. In 2019, Brady threw 24 touchdowns to 8 interceptions, passed for over 4,000 yards, and he had a passer rating of 88. Cam so far has thrown just 2 touchdowns, while having also thrown 7 picks so far.

  40. Reading the comments has been enlightening.
    Apparently, being a fan of a particular team has devolved into the same zero sum, tribalism nonsense as politics and everything else on the internet.

    Hey morons! It is possible that both TB and BB are good at football. It is possible that they created something special for all of you Patriot fans. It is possible that they both will have success and failures without one another. But most importantly, it is possible that you are all a bunch of whiny babies that cannot have a civilized f****** discussion or look at reality without trying to prove the supremacy of your personal feelings or opinions.

    God help civilized society.

  41. I am loving this! The once famous Bill Bili Belichick is now reduced to making excuses for losing. Patriot Way, anyone?

  42. The Patriots have had only two losing seasons since 1994. For you non math majors that’s 25 years.

    I believe what we are reading above is called Patriots Envy.

    What coach are you guys going to say was overrated next, John Wooden?

  43. Reading some of the comments here do make me laugh a little, (ok, alot).

    The Patriots like other teams have had their struggles this season, but I wouldn’t dismiss them to quickly. NE will probably get a top 10 pick in 2021, plus with 3 Compensatory picks they have as of now 11 draft picks, and about 65-70 million in cap space in 2021.
    Newton has a lot to prove if he’s looking for big $$…it just won’t be in NE! And the free agent QB list is NOT exciting!
    Looks like NE may have to use one of those picks on a QB or trade for a real good veteran,(Matt Ryan)?

  44. I read the article above…..I didn’t see Bill making ANY excuses for ANYTHING….. he was simply stating a fact that he as BOTH a coach & GM has to take into account & use as just another tool in his toolbox to construct a roster of players that gives him the best chance of fielding a competitive team…. opt outs & covid are just situations that complicate the NORMAL path & approach he usually takes……this has been a bazaar season from before training camp even started & it’s only gotten crazier….. it is what it is & I’m excited to watch the ENTIRE season unfold…..winning the East & even a wild card are STILL in play as no teams make the post season in October….
    Still blessed as far as I’m concerned
    GO PATS!!!!

  45. touchback6,

    Is Deshaun Watson a good QB?

    Tell me, when will Belichick will give his QB a WR group as good as the one Deshaun has now?

    When he is 75?

  46. What coach are you guys going to say was overrated next,

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    A coach had a QB who didn’t need top paid WR, didn’t need top paid O-line. The coach couldn’t give his QB a decent stable WR group.

    With all the money invested in defense, the coach built a PAPER TIGER defense that couldn’t carry the load in playoff, and needed offense to score 24+ in back to back playoff games. Actually, the PAPER TIGER had only one great playoff game in last 10 years, against a depleted Rams offense.

    How do you think of this coach?

    BTW, NFL ranks defense by total yards allowed, not total points allowed, because you can’t claim a defense that needs 3-4 first downs to take opponents out of fields is as good as one that needs only 1-2 first downs.

  47. Got away from what made him successful. Finding the underrated (white) athletes that every other team looked over because anti-white discriminations is openly accepted in the NFL.

  48. No wonder Brady and Gronk couldn’t get away fast enough. This Belichick is a piece of work. Biggest fraud in sports history.

  49. Its Bridge year have to retool the roster too be expected after 3 super bowls in the past few seasons.

  50. I sure hope all you bandwagon Pats fine remember all this hate you are spewing when BB has them back on top again. You all act like it was all Brady that made the Patriots. Brady was crap last season period!!!
    It was the surrounding cast that was weak. And now this season having all the players opt out hurts them badly. Not to mention the back up QB plan. If Brady was not so head strong he would of allowed a back up QB get some reps in practice and in some games and then just maybe Stidham or someone else would be further along. But since Brady still had to be in the game up by 20 with 4 mins to play throwing the ball this is what you have now.
    BB will turn this team around !!
    And I am not a NE fan and I can see that.

  51. acemagee45 says:
    October 31, 2020 at 9:54 am
    This take has nothing to do with BB or the Pats but more just teams in general concerning the cap.

    It seems like the consistently bad teams consistently have a huge amount of cap space every year. Every offseason those teams fans get really excited at all the money they have to spend but somehow are terrible again and in same boat the next offseason.

    The good teams tend to have cap experts and those good teams tend to toe the line close to the cap limit. Every offseason fans of other teams like to laugh at how little cap space the good teams have but somehow those teams are good again and in the same boat the next offseason.

    Lots of cap space is overrated. Draft well, develop players, spend wisely.

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    You mentioned it in your last line and it is why good teams are always up against the cap. If you draft and develop good football players you are going to have to pay them eventually, which gives you the need to further draft and develop to keep your cap in check.

  52. If Tom Brady was the qb of this team they would only be slightly better. Remember he looked pretty bad the last few seasons with New England.

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