This week millions of people will make resolutions for the coming year. Men and women around the world will resolve to be better in 2015, to make changes that will make the coming year the best yet.

I believe Boston teams should do the same thing. So, in these final hours of 2014, I suggest some resolutions for the year ahead:

PATRIOTS: Win the Super Bowl

New England began the 2014 season with a 2-2 record and plenty of uncertainty. Four games in, we thought the offensive line was abysmal, the defense was porous, and Tom Brady was in the twilight of his career.

Twelve games (and 10 wins) later, we’re thinking about firing up the duck boats for the victory parade. The Patriots are the best team in the AFC, and TB12 is his vintage self. Brady operates the New England offense with maximum efficiency, relying on the best tight end in the game (Rob Gronkowski) to get him out of tough spots.

The additions of Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner have bolstered a rock-solid defense. Bill Belichick has created a team in his image. It is smart, consistent, and reliable “in all facets of the game.”

It’s been a decade since the Patriots won it all. Time to make a resolution to end that.

BRUINS: Find a reliable scorer

The Bruins have suddenly gone into a freefall, and look like a team that could miss the playoffs for the first time in eight years. They entered Monday night’s game against Detroit averaging just 2.53 goals per game, 10th worst in the league.

They could use a player like Tyler Seguin, the league’s leading goal scorer. Or Phil Kessel, who is tied for sixth in goals. They had both, but traded them because they didn’t fit into the system. It’s been a good system, one that helped Boston win the Stanley Cup in 2011 and reach the Finals two years later.

Yet goals are hard to come by in today’s NHL. And Seguin, with 25 goals, has more than any two Bruins combined. Just 22 years old, he would be the second-youngest forward on the team. He’s the kind of guy you build around, not the kind of guy you ship off.

Now, midway through the season, the Bruins are looking to find someone they can drop into the top line to provide some offensive punch. If they find him, they should resolve not to trade him anytime soon.

RED SOX: Complete the rotation

The Red Sox have proven that they are willing to adapt from one season to the next. After winning the World Series in 2013 they essentially stood pat that offseason, saying they were no longer going to lavish players with massive contracts. Now, after finishing last for the second time in three years, they have bolstered their offense with a pair of big-time free-agent signings.

They’ve also retooled the pitching rotation with young, up-and-coming starters. As it stands now they have depth, but not a quality top-of-the-rotation workhorse. They are close to being the team to beat in the AL East. They need to open up the vault and sign Max Scherzer, or overpay for James Shields, or give up too many prospects to land Cole Hamels. They are close, and need to resolve to add the finishing piece to an overhaul that could see them go from last-to-first-to-last-to-first.

CELTICS: Tell us your game plan

We had the Big Three. Then we had the Big Four. Now, with the trade of Rajon Rondo, there is nothing left. Boston has plenty of high draft picks over the next few seasons, but the NBA is a league of superstars. They need more than kids turning pro after a year of college to fix what’s happening on Causeway Street.

Danny Ainge pulled off a near miracle overhaul of his team when he brought Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen to town in 2007. Now, he needs to resolve to find more magic. And soon.

Tom Caron is the studio host for Red Sox broadcast on NESN. His column appears in the Portland Press Herald on Tuesdays.