The New England Patriots have once again primarily addressed their defense in the draft, with three of their first four picks aimed at that side of the ball. In 2012, they chose six defenders and one wide receiver. Noticing a trend?
They did address their biggest need on offense, nabbing Aaron Dobson, a potential X-receiver, with the height, and hopefully intelligence, to help pick up the slack after Wes Welker's departure.
The Pats have four picks remaining. One early in the fourth and then three late in the seventh. Absent another trade, it's likely the Pats won't select anyone for 122 picks. That's an eternity.
If the Pats stay put at their spots, here's a way they could go, turning their focus back to the offensive side of the ball.