As with all criticism, this must be viewed within context: Brady is without doubt one of the elite QB's in the game right now. I noted in another thread that Brady appears to have real trouble hitting deep routes outside the numbers - not just this season - but for awhile now. Some posters have been bemoaning the lack of big plays from Brandon Lloyd - well, I think alot of that is due to the fact the Brady constantly throws uncatchable balls when he goes deep and down the sideline. Despite a great day at the office on Thursday, Brady was 4/5 for 120 yards and 2 TD's between the numbers but only 0/6 outside the numbers on intermediate/deep routes. This feels like it has been a theme for quite awhile now - I never really expect Brady to hit a WR on the sideline - he tends to massively overthrow (whether that is a function of over-caution I do not know) and it is a wasted down. Anyone else share this opinion, or a contrary one?