After compiling the stats from Sunday’s loss to Baltimore, here’s a quick look at the Patriots passing game, charting where Tom Brady and the offense threw the football:


In the above diagram you’ll see that the Patriots had the most success targeting the short left part of the field, with Brady completing 82% of his attempts. Brady was perfect over the middle (6-for-6 and a touchdown), while having the least success on the right side (47% completion percentage).

Here’s a breakdown of where each receiver had a reception Sunday night:

Short attempts to the left:
Brandon Lloyd – 7 Targets, 6 Receptions, 77 yards
Wes Welker – 4 Targets, 3 Receptions, 24 yards
Deion Branch – 2 Targets, 1 Receptions, 11 yards
Rob Gronkowski – 1 Target, 1 Reception, 9 Yards
Julian Edelman – 2 Targets, 2 Receptions, 6 Yards
Michael Hoomanawanui – 1 Target, 1 Reception, 4 Yards

Short attempts to the Middle:
Wes Welker – 2 Targets, 2 Receptions, 39 Yards
Julian Edelman – 2 Targets, 2 Receptions, 22 Yards
Brandon Lloyd – 1 Target, 1 Reception, 11 Yards
Danny Woodhead – 1 Target, 1 Reception, 9 Yards

Short attempts to the Right:
Brandon Lloyd – 3 Targets, 2 Receptions, 20 yards
Wes Welker – 3 Targets, 2 Receptions, 20 Yards
Rob Gronkowksi – 2 Targets, 1 Receptions, 12 Yards
Kellen Winslow Jr. – 2 Targets, 1 Reception, 12 Yards
Julian Edelman – 2 Targets, 0 Receptions
Deion Branch – 1 Target, 1 Reception, 0 Yards
Danny Woodhead – 1 Target, 0 Receptions
Stevan Ridley – 1 Target, 0 Receptions

DEEP PASSES

Deep Attempts to the Left
Wes Welker – 1 Target, 1 Reception, 59 Yards
Brandon Lloyd – 1 Target, 0 Receptions

Deep Attempts to the Middle
Julian Edelman – 1 Target, 0 Receptions

Deep Attempts to the Right
No Attempts

*These numbers were compiled based on the official numbers provided by the NFL.