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One surprise key player in New England Patriots 2022 offense

The New England Patriots chose to revamp their offense this offseason with a new and improved Mac Jones and some other nice additions. A recent prediction for Mac Jones’ second season left this space flat. It said he’d fare about the same. It says here and elsewhere quite the opposite will be the case.
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New England Patriots: ‘JACKED’ Mac Jones is putting NFL on notice

There is something different about Mac Jones that should pump up New England Patriots fans heading into the 2022 NFL season. Beyond his dedication in the offseason and continued hard work to improve on a successful rookie season, the Pro Bowl quarterback…yes Pro Bowl quarterback has been working on his body and looking pretty jacked up.

NFL Analysts Name Their Most Important Skill Players On 2022 Patriots

Who is the most impactful skill player on the current New England Patriots roster outside of Mac Jones? Good question. The Patriots have been used to turnover as of late, and the changes on offense, combined with Jones rising into his sophomore season, could create a new dynamic for the upcoming season.
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Who will be the Patriots' most important skill player in 2022?

We're officially in the quiet portion of the NFL offseason. So why not liven it up with some healthy debate?. Over the next few weeks, our Patriots Insiders Tom E. Curran and Phil Perry will go back and forth on several hot-button questions in New England entering the 2022 season.
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Patriots' Damien Harris: Set to reprise key role

As training camp approaches, Harris appears poised to reprise his key role in the Patriots backfield, Paul Perillo of the team's official site reports. Also in the mix for New England's early-down carries is 2021 fourth-rounder Rhamondre Stevenson, while the team hopes that veteran James White is able to move past a significant hip injury and reclaim his previous change-of-pace role. Meanwhile, third-year player J.J. Taylor and the versatile Ty Montgomery will compete with rookie draftees Pierre Strong (fourth round) and Kevin Harris (sixth round) for complementary work in this backfield. While the depth of New England's RB corps is an asset to the team, week-to-week production among the backs who suit up figures to depend on matchups or who has the hot hand. In that context, the fantasy upside of the incumbent Harris, who is heading into the final year of his rookie deal, likely hinges on the 25-year-old remaining the Pats' preferred option around the goal line.