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  1. PATRIOTSFANINPA

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    Did anyone actually lip read what Brady was saying to Belichick just after the Sharper INT when the TV cameras shot to the Patriot sidelines where Brady and Belichick stood together and Brady leaned over and said something to BB?

    Any ideas?,I am guessing it was not an explanation of the failed play.
     
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    nope, I was wondering the same thing. He was out of the game at that point I think so I suspect the two of them were discussing what the Saints were doing in general. Lets hope they figure this thing out.
     
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    I bet he will be asked that on the eei interview tomorrow.
     
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    I did notice that Brady looked up at the clock just prior to leaning over to BB and said something I am wondering about.

    Maybe he was discussing if Hoyer should be brought in to finish a game they had no chance to win at less than 7 minutes remaining?
     
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    no way brady asked to go out of the game
     
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