ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi breaks down his old team's remaining draft needs by taking a look at what the New England Patriots should do with their three second-round draft choices Friday night.
The Patriots snagged Rutgers cornerback Devin McCourty late in the first round Friday night.
"They still have to go with the front-seven help because they had some struggles, especially in the playoffs last year, versus the run," Bruschi said. "You have some linebackers that have departed. They need some help defensively.
"This Patriots defense needs to get back to being physical and they need a defensive end or possibly an outside linebacker."
Bruschi then shined the spotlight on Texas outside linebacker Sergio Kindle as a good fit for Bill Belichick's defense.