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Tom Brady, was in midseason form last night as he methodically and surgically picked apart the Steelers’ defense as he’s done so many times in the past
One thing Antonio Brown hopefully realized Sunday night is that there’s a stark difference between where he’s been and how Tom Brady and Bill Belichick do things in Foxboro.
The Patriots got off to a solid start on Sunday night, making a statement in front of the home crowd after embarrassing the Steelers with a 33-3 win at Gillette Stadium.
For the second game in a row that meant something, the Patriots held their opponent to just a field goal, and the offense looks just terrific even minus the power running game which evolved at the end of last season.
Brady’s best throw was a perfectly thrown ball right down the seam, a laser to Dorsett for a 25-yard touchdown. He put it in a tight window for a TD.
Julian Edelman played a key role in the Patriots first touchdown Sunday night.
Belichick said, ‘If you keep holding on to what you’d rather be — then you’re probably going to end up regretting a lot of things at the end of the year.’
There was a surprising development on Saturday as the saga with Antonio Brown came to an end in Oakland, but his future for 2019 with see him join Tom Brady and the Patriots’ offense.
Edelman has always had tremendous chemistry with Brady. They’ll need that since neither Josh Gordon or Demaryius Thomas spent much time with Brady
The Patriots running game should be a key strength of the team moving forward in 2019, as they were fifth in the NFL in rushing a year ago.
Smith-Schuster capped off a fantastic season with 111 catches for 1426 yards and seven touchdowns. He has developed a fantastic rapport with Roethlisberger