Re: Give props to Ocho!!
posted at 11/14/2011 7:56 PM EST
In Response to Re: Give props to Ocho!!
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Give props to Ocho!! : I respectfully disagree. I just watched that first completion to Chad and it was weak, soft and short
. Maybe Brady was just being super conservative on the play. Brady is sometimes pinpoint, but Hernandez and Gronk are making some incredible catches that would be missed by most receivers as too high, too wide or too low. Those two guys are making Brady's passes look better than they really have been this year. I am convinced he is injured, but I still love the guy. As to DMPC, I just got home and re-watched that play and Cromartie is zooming in on 85. Even if Ocho doesn't step out he only would have gotten 1-3 yards, at best, before Cromartie clocks him. Just like I wrote earlier today.
Posted by chrisakawoody[/QUOTE]
Yeah, without sounding sarcastic I would say that it is not like those two players have been on the same page ever. I disagree about Hern making Brady look great. I have not seen many catches lately that were not directly in his hands. Brady has thrown Gronk the ball the only place he can catch it, high and away. Perfect throws for a great young player.
My only problem with some of Bradys throws are that he has been forcing it into 7 D-backs, but to me that is a problem with our Offensive philosophy. We don't run therefore teams cheat to the pass, and I mean cheat HEAVY.
Over 160 pass atts to less then 70 runs the last 4 weeks in which we are 2-2 and would be 1-3 if not for Tom Brady putting a weak offensive game plan on his back and delivering a win against the Cowboys.
Brady as a problem = agenda.
I am sure he is hurt as I have seen him get hit over and over by going so pass heavy. For the supporters of the pass heavy offense I ask you, do you think Brady is indestructible? The man is getting hit, sacked and throwing int's into coverage at an alarming rate due to this refusal to run the ball.
Protect Tom, mix it up on offense and get guys healthy on D. Go Pats