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New England Patriots' Kyle Van Noy celebrates after the NFL Super Bowl 51 football game Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017, in Houston. The Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in overtime. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Steve Balestrieri of Pats Fans, took a look at how former BYU running back Jamaal Williams would fit in with the New England Patriots.

After talking about what the Patriots already have in the way of running backs, Balestrieri wrote, "When healthy (he’s had injury issues), he runs quick to the hole and with solid instincts and vision to see where the play will develop. He is not a dancer at the line, he’ll lower his head, runs with a low pad level and gets good yardage after contact."

After looking at Williams' production for the Cougars in 2016, breaking down his pros and cons and how he would fit with the Patriots , Balestrieri continued, "His vision and lack of dancing at the line will be a boost to the Patriots short-yardage and goal line packages. He’s been used in a rotation at BYU and doing so with the Pats won’t be an issue at all for him. The Patriots are a pass first team especially with the backs in the system already but Williams will definitely have a chance to carve out a nice role for himself."

Kyle Van Noy gets accurate birthday love

Fans, friends, former teammates and the New England Patriots took to Twitter on Sunday to wish former BYU linebacker Kyle Van Noy a happy birthday.

And he was very appreciative that everyone got it right.

He wasn't so lucky last season as the Detroit Lions Twitter page wished him a happy birthday three months late.

Gobert has the stats to win awards

The HoopsHype Twitter page created a graph to compare how Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert to the top player in the NBA in a handful of statistical categories with the caption, "This screams All-NBA and Defensive Player of the Year to me."