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If you’ve attended any practice sessions, the assistants at the line of scrimmage waving those tennis rackets when Tom Brady throws? That is because of Watt
Watt, Clowney, and Mercilus are outstanding at getting home and keeping #12 upright will be a huge test for the offensive line
They rebounded nicely, especially on the defensive side which was dominant in their 13-9 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday Night Football.
Was it perfect? No. Are they where they want to be? Hardly. But in Week 2, they looked pretty darn good, especially on offense.
Here’s a look at what Tom Brady had to say during his weekly interview on Westwood One Monday night.
Rob Gronkowski’s groin injury will likely be one of the biggest topics of discussion for this week, but if he’s not on the field this Sunday against the Texans, Tom Brady and the offense may find themselves back in the situation they were in back in week one.
One of the things the Patriots likely spent some time looking at leading up to their game against the Saints on Sunday likely centered around their early down issues they suffered against Kansas City, which put them in some tough situations in last week’s loss.
New England’s bad luck continued on Sunday after several key players got banged up during their win over New Orleans.
Tom Brady might be 40 years old, but that doesn’t seem to be stopping him from outplaying even the younger version of himself.
Tom Brady had to wait ten days for this, and it showed on the field all during the game.
Brady entered the game with just three healthy wide receivers and put on an absolute clinic in the first quarter throwing for 177 yards and three TDs.
I’d look for Hogan to pick up the slack this week, with Cooks and Dorsett out wide. I’d also look for plenty of the “21” or “22” personnel packages.
Even with an injury depleted wide receiver corps, Brady still has plenty of weapons to go to. Rob Gronkowski and Dwayne Allen should be primary targets
The Patriots had a rare 4th quarter meltdown at home against the Chiefs and allowed 21 points in the fourth quarter to lose 42-27.
“So, I’m really concerned about the 2017 team, what this team is, what this team needs to do. I’m not trying to live in the past like everybody else is.”