New England Patriots

Season W/L ATS O/U Pass Yds Rush Yds Pass% Run% 3rd D
2016-17 14-2 13-3 6-10 3,806 1,417 54.36% 45.64% 46%
2015-16 12-4 7-7-2 9-7 4,587 1,404 63.52% 36.48% 41%
2014-15 12-4 9-7 9-7 4,121 1,727 59.59% 40.41% 44%
2013-14 12-4 8-8 9-7 4,087 2,065 57.98% 42.02% 37%
2012-13 12-4 9-7 11-5 4,662 2,184 57.03% 42.97% 49%

Season Outlook

What isn't there to love about the Patriots offense? They are as close to a true dynasty the NFL has seen, winning five super bowls in 15 seasons led by future Hall-of-Famer Tom Brady. Though Brady is entering his 16th season, there is no reason to believe he can't produce elite QB1 fantasy numbers. He missed the first four games due to a suspension yet posted his second-best completion percentage in a season with 67.4 percent while throwing 28 touchdowns to two interceptions. The main beneficiaries are WR Julian Edelman and, when healthy, TE Rob Gronkowski. Edelman's 1,106 receiving yards was the 13th best mark last season but only registered three touchdowns. Edelman was a WR1 last year, however, with the addition of speedy Brandin Cooks from the New Orleans Saints, expect Edelman's targets and receptions to decrease. Cooks had an astonishing 1,173 yards on 78 receptions and also posted WR1 numbers. It's uncertain if Gronkowski will be able to return for a full season. Nevertheless, he's too good not to have on your fantasy team. Prior to his injury riddled 2016 season, Gronkowski has posted phenomenal numbers playing in 30 games while racking up 2,300 yards on 154 receptions. Last season, he averaged 21.6 yards per reception in six games started. He's an elite receiving option and if deemed healthy, a top-10 fantasy producer. If he can't play, then second-string TE Dwayne Allen will be available in later rounds. The Patriots offense won't change at all, with head coach Bill Belichick entering his 16th season and offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels coaching in his ninth as a Patriot, their spread offense and usage of two TEs will continue to be a common occurrence. Their rushing game is just as good as their passing game, ranking 7th among NFL teams averaging 117 yards per game. It didn't matter who lined up at the tailback position for the Patriots last season, they were going to succeed. Either James White and Dion Lewis will likely split starting duties and are intriguing RB2 options in a star studded offense.

Player Updates

Injury Update James White, RB - James White (ankle) likely to sit out Week 17
31 Dec 2017 - 11:32am

James White (questionable, ankle) is not expected to play Week 17 against the Jets. - From Rotoworld.

Player Update Chris Hogan, WR - Chris Hogan not expected to play Week 17
31 Dec 2017 - 11:32am

Chris Hogan (questionable, shoulder) is not expected to play Week 17 against the Jets. - From Rotoworld.

Injury Update Martellus Bennett, TE - Pats place Martellus Bennett on IR
27 Nov 2017 - 5:53pm

Patriots placed TE Martellus Bennett (shoulder, hamstring) on injured reserve, ending his season. - From Rotoworld.

Injury Update Martellus Bennett, TE - Martellus Bennett expected to sit out Week 12
24 Nov 2017 - 6:27pm

Martellus Bennett (shoulder, hamstring) is doubtful for Week 12 against Miami. - From Rotoworld.

Injury Update Chris Hogan, WR - Chris Hogan (shoulder) won't play Sunday
17 Nov 2017 - 5:43pm

Chris Hogan (shoulder) is out for Week 11 against the Raiders. - From Rotoworld.

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