The Patriots need to trade up and draft a QB – Matt Miller | NFL Live

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Damien Woody and Mike Reiss join NFL Live to discuss the New England Patriots who currently hold the 15th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

0:00 Woody explains how playing with the Jets under Rex Ryan was different than under Belichick with the Pats.

1:10 Reiss discusses the Pats’ quarterback plans for the future.

2:57 Matt Miller says the Patriots should use their draft capital to move up and select a QB early in the first round.

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