I think it is for many players from other teams. It's not about getting open, it's about being in the right area at the right time going in the right direction. Many receivers are used to trying to get open while the quarterback waits and hits them. Our offense is based on receivers being in certain areas at certain times so Brady can go through his sequence and find the weakness in the overall coverage. Sometimes a receiver needs to fight the defender to a spot. If he doesn't, the QB might throw an interception because he assumed the receiver was going to follow through. I'm assuming Gabriel got open a few times while not doing exactly what he was supposed to and thought he was doing great. I know his "I've got the playbook down" comment after a couple weeks gave me pause, but I forgot about it. This offense is about 3,4,5 guys being in the right place at the right time and knowing what to do if the defense is hindering them. When everyone is on the same page it works quite well and all the expensive receivers in the world won't make it work if they freelance instead of carrying out their assignments. I'm not an x+o guy, so tear this apart if you want.