Re: Maybe a tall receiver like Quentin Sims could help
posted at 9/13/2013 11:08 AM EDT
In response to 49Patriots' comment:
Dobson is 6'3 210 pounds. He's not small WR, Brady just doesnt know how to work with outside WRs. Dobson and Boyce would've excelled in other teams, but our QB can only throw to Slot WRs and TEs.
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This really isn't true. Brady hit Thompkins in stride down the sideline twice, hit Dobson deep, and Dobson completely blew it.
This is a rather absurd post, especially considering how you assert your opinion as a fact.
Was Brady perfect last night? No. But he was a smart part of a big problem. Let's give these rookies some time to get acclimated and learn the offense. There will be growing pains, no doubt, but I fully expect a talented and dynamic group by the end of the season.
"Brady just doesnt know how to work with outside WRs. Dobson and Boyce would've excelled in other teams, but our QB can only throw to Slot WRs and TEs."
That's nonsensical. Brady could afford some work on his downfield passing, but it's clear that he has been working on it and is improving. Did he miss a throw or two down the field last night? Sure. But all QBs do. He also hit on those same deep throws 2 or 3 times, either resulting in a completion, dropped pass, or in Thompkins case, on the TD that was called back, it was neither Brady nor Thompkins' fault -- perfect throw, fantastic effort by KT, just a tough play.