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Brady: 'Everybody was frustrated'

Posted by Albert Breer  September 20, 2010 10:21 AM

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Patriots quarterback Tom Brady wasn't happy last night and he struck a similar tone during his paid weekly appearance on WEEI this morning. Simply, he's ticked about the way things went down against the Jets.

"Everybody was frustrated after the game," Brady said. "The way we played in the first half, I thought we did a pretty good job of executing the game plan. Then to come out in the second half with our goals ahead of us and not perform the way we expected, everybody was real frustrated.

"For the offense not to score any points and not even stay on the field in the second half, nobody was happy. Unacceptable."

Brady characterized the problem as "execution. We couldn’t complete passes, we couldn’t stay on the field, we couldn’t run the ball, we didn’t really convert any third downs. We couldn’t make enough plays in the run game or passing game. We hung our defense out to dry, giving them the ball back and sending them out on the field."

Want more from Brady? Here's the full audio from Dennis & Callahan.
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