By Lewis Gould
Boston Sports Journal’s Greg Bedard reports there’s a “high-level of concern” about what’s going on with the Patriots’ offense.
Patriots players have been “alarmed” with what they’ve seen from the team’s offensive coaching staff and lack of direction on offense, according to Bedard.
The Patriots haven’t named an offensive coordinator since Josh McDaniels’ departure, with the expectation Joe Judge or ex-Lions HC Matt Patricia will be the offensive play caller.
Neither coach is known for offense.
Judge’s background is in special teams while Patricia’s is in defense. Judge, a former college quarterback that spent 2019 as the Patriots’ WR coach, is the likely favorite for the role. Judge said at the team’s minicamp he plans to work closely with second-year QB Mac Jones.