Robert Kraft Says What "Bothers" Him About Patriots In Recent Years

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FOXBORO, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — It's been a relatively quiet off-season for the New England Patriots, and with their last game being a loss to the Buffalo Bills in the playoffs, Owner Robert Kraft shared what "bothers" him about the team at the National Football League's Owners Meetings 2022.

"I'll just say: I'm a Patriot fan- big time, first. And more than anything, it bothers me that we haven't been able to win a playoff game in the last three years," Kraft said.

Kraft went on to emphasize the importance of building through the draft.

"I'm happy we had a great draft last year- made up for what happened the previous four years or so, and I look forward to having a great draft this year. This is the only way you can build your team long-term and consistently. You have a chance of winning when you have a good draft," Kraft said.

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The Patriots went on the league's biggest spending spree last year, dedicating $159.6 million in guaranteed money to free agents signed after the start of the 2021 league year, ESPN said.

WBZ's Brian Antonelli (@GuPogs) reports.

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