Drafting a WR could make Pats even better
It's tough to find weaknesses in a New England Patriots offense that finished the regular season ranked second in total yards (428.0 yards per game), second in passing offense (317.8 ypg) and third in scoring offense (32.1 points per game).
However, the Patriots do lack a true vertical threat wide receiver who can take the top off coverages and create space underneath, where slot WR Wes Welker and talented young TEs Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez are at their best.
It will be interesting to see whether the Patriots look to address that part of the offense during the offseason, specifically through the draft, where New England's track record with receivers isn't very strong in recent years.
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