3. New England Patriots
Through six games, the Patriots sit at 1-5 and are on track for their worst start in over 30 years; many New England fans are interested to learn who is at fault for their early struggles this year. Many believe third-year quarterback Mac Jones is a significant reason for the Pats' issues. Some believe that a leadership change is needed in the organization, and others think the Patriots' offensive line must be improved.
New England has dealt with injuries to guards Mike Onwenu and Cole Strange, which has given Bill O'Brien limited options for protection. Veterans David Andrews and Trent Brown have not played up to the hype, and Riley Reiff hasn't been the answer at right tackle that the Pats counted on this season.
With the deadline approaching, Schoen may want to start looking at the Patriots as a potential trade partner and evaluate the talent in Foxboro. If anyone can straighten up Neal, it's Bill Belichick, one of the best of all time.