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Pats Pulpit New Years Resolutions!

Happy holidays everyone! It's about time to put a bow on 2015 and to kick off 2016 with a positive note.

Some of you might have noticed that I was slightly less present this past week, and that's because I was spending time with the future in-laws. I am now engaged! So happy days for me, and happy days for you all when I return in full force on Sunday.

This past year has been outstanding for the Pulpit. We've tripled in readership, our output has grown, and our contributors have been fantastic. I want to give a major thank you to everyone that makes the Pulpit the greatest place for Patriots fans. So thank you to Greg, Marie, Alec, SMP, Bernd, Mike, and all of the others who make our comments section a safe haven in an insane world.

Oh, and the Patriots are the reigning Super Bowl Champions, so that's also pretty good. Maybe their New Years Resolution could be to have a healthier 2016, because the only thing standing between the Patriots and another Super Bowl appearance is the avalanche of injuries on the roster.

I have some goals for the upcoming year, and I would love for everyone to post some of their own in the comments section.

I would love to see the Pulpit continue to grow, as we've launched into the top five of our football sites on the network. I want to see if we can become a consistent face in the top three.

I would love to expand our podcastour storeour draft site, our pregame show, and all of our other smaller facets that deserve more time in the sun.

I would love to see our number of contributors grow, so click here if you've ever wanted to write about the Patriots!

I would love if the Patriots won another Super Bowl, or avoided another dumb offseason, or overcame a stacked deck in the draft, or locked up their cornerstone players in Dont'a Hightower, Chandler Jones, Jamie Collins, and Malcolm Butler. But I guess this is out of our control.

Thank you all for making 2015 the best in the history of Pats Pulpit. What are your goals for 2016? What do you want to see from the Pulpit?