Early Season Adversity Not Always A Bad Thing

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    Re: Early Season Adversity Not Always A Bad Thing

    I don't think it is reigning in Brady but it is ,preserving bradys arm is more the call. Brady is 35 with a couple of surgeries on his throwig arm. Yesterday when he threw the ball 58 x times he was really shaky the last 30 throws, I'm thinking that BB & co. are trying to avoid TB from having to chuck it 40x a game and not making through the season. I hopng I'm paranoid but it looked as Bradys arm just went dead he was off on almoist every pass. #-3 isn't the end of the world and sometime some fine tuning is needed on a team which is what I'm thinking,but if Bradys arm has lost it well thats a different story.

     
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    The patriots will bounce back as always..Its toooo early lots of football left.

     
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    Plenty of time to get it right. They have lost 3 games by what 4 points? I'm really ticked about this one but they will bounce back, belichick will have them back on top. I was frustrated and made some comments out of anger but honestly believe that they can win it all still.

     
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    Re: Early Season Adversity Not Always A Bad Thing

    2011 - Giants 9-7>Won Super Bowl

    2010 - Packers 10-6>Won Super Bowl

    Let's not panic. There's still time for this team to get their heads together and get hot.

     
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    If the coaches learn from this and change up their thinking (we lost 3 games in the same fashion and the Den game was a nail bitter in the end for the same reason) then these loses will be well worth it. If they keep making the same mistakes and expecting a different outcome then we are in some serious trouble

     
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    Can anyone recall the 2011 Giants who finished at 9-7 with similar early season woes and wound up finishing with a Super Bowl win??!!  Come on folks, EARLY season adversity is not the end of the world!!

     
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