While most expectations call for the Patriots to at least win their weak division, this season is unlike most others in recent memory. Two superstars in Wes Welker and Aaron Hernandez are gone from that fast-paced, high-scoring offense, replaced by unproven (and undrafted) rookies. Some of them have shown all the promise in the world during the preseason, while others have looked like, well, rookies.
That’s just one of the questions facing the Patriots as the season begins, so before it does, let’s run through the 10 biggest questions about this year’s team.
Can Gronk Be Gronk? Aside from Tom Brady, there may be no player more important to the offensive than No. 87. The fact that he’s back at practice and progressing toward being game-ready is a great sign for the Patriots, but how effective he’ll be once he gets on the field remains an unknown.
There is no offensive force in football quite like Rob Gronkowski. He’s huge, he’s powerful, he’s extraordinarily athletic and he has some of the best hands you could ever see in a receiver "
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