1st impressions are everything:
The 1st round of the 2014 NFL Draft was somewhat disappointing. 90% of the hype surrounded whether or not Jadeveon Clowney would be the no. 1 pick courtesy of Houston. He did not let anyone down, and will have a bright future playing alongside J.J. Watt.
Fast forward to the 29th pick, which belonged to our beloved Patriots. Being the defensive minded coach, Bill spared no expense to bring in some fresh talent at the DT position when they drafted Dominique Easley from Florida. At 6’2″ and 288, Easley will be a good complement to the already strong defensive front line, assuming that he can stay injury free. Coming off of an ACL injury back in September, the Patriots must ensure that they monitor his playing time among other things to make sure that he doesn’t get hurt again. Continue reading Patriots Draft Analysis: Pats Dodged a Missile… or Did They? »