Let's see the footage.
What if it's 8 minutes footage of Bengals cheerleaders?;)
Unintended or not, how fuxking stupid can you be? SMH.
This is a silly hot take, which i thought wasn't allowed in this thread.
It's possible Brady simply wanted to go to his trusted receiver in Edelman.
I don't keep track tbh on who's who. I just know Andy Johnson is the never-ending argument guy, and shmessy is the anti AB guy.
Say it with your chest. Attached names to them.
Give some credit to Spagnulo.
He obviously has a good handle on our protection tendencies.
He's always dialed in when he plays us, scheming...
When Sony is in there the defense knows it's a run and key on that. With how crappy our OL is blocking, it's pointless to trot him out there right...
Both Sanu and especially Harry are never going to be quick twitched receivers. They're not going to get quick separation like Sanders or Samuel....
They knew he wasn't that type of receiver coming out of college.
Why draft him and expect him to be a quick twitch player all of a sudden?
It wasn't him that missed calls. It was his entire crew.
Blowing that fumble dead.
Non TD call on Harry.
Bad spot placement on KC (bad...
No that pass was not fine lol. That pass was at his feet. Myers should have caught it. Brady should have thrown a better pass.
Are people really getting on Myers case on that ball Brady threw on the ground that he couldn't catch? WTF that was a horrible throw and it looked...
If he has a hot read it should have been Myers. He was open right away in a quick slant. Edelman's route took longer to develop.
Brady's job is to see that. He was right in front of him instead he threw to a covered guy further away.
Myers was wide open on that last play.
Myers was wide open smh.
They're always bringing an extra rusher or have a threat to bring an extra rusher messing up the OL protection.
They know Edelman is doubled, and...
That ball is well before the yellow line when he gets hit.
One very noticeable aspect of our offense is that our screen game is horrible this year.
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