Re: Pats Strategy.....are they being Cheap or Trying to Build from within???
posted at 10/8/2013 10:02 AM EDT
In response to pezz4pats' comment:
Biggest crock, I've ever read, other than Rusty's.
Were you at camp? He neglected the Rookies?
I guess you missed the part that Payaton still had Wayne and Clark and was not forced to start with 3 nobodies. That's huge. It's called bringing them along and not throwing them into the fire to make or break,
Well it appears they are broken and nobody will ever mistake them for Peyton's projects.
Hopefully they can overcome by the end of their contracts.
Quit blaming Tom because your boy, Boyce is not seeing the field.
He's actually the lucky one. Not in the creek without a paddle..
Tom keeps throwing the others life-lines, unfortunately they keep DROPPING them.
"The worse New England has gotten on defense, the better Brady has been forced to become -- with 109 touchdowns, 20 interceptions and a 39-9 record the past three seasons. "
I was at camp, as I have been for every one of Bradys camp, and I was also there for Bledsoe.
Brady is indeed one of the hardest workers, and he worked extensively with the rookie WR's. Lets also not forget that the early part of camp saw 13 WR's in attendance.
I thought Brady was as sharp, as precise and as smart as ever, in camp, and in the practice/game envirement with Tampa....I saw ZERO decline.
The issue we are seeing in games, as we have ALWAYS seen with TB, is that he is not the same QB when forced to rush his throws or hit/sacked. This is not new, it has been the situation for as long as he has been here. The issue/problem IMO has been the OL. I had commented earlier, that Wendell and Connolly have taken a step back from last seasons performance, and Cincy completely shut down the run (I also posted PFF OL scores from the game)...I think as the OL improves, and I think this means Cannon and Svitek getting more snaps, and as the WR's continue to take positive steps, TB's performance will also improve.