I've been watching Brady and the Pats since day one, and the truth is that Brady can take a pretty good hit. He hangs in there to make a throw ,even when he knows he's going to take a shot. If he had a bigger body type, like Peyton Manning, he could probably handle almost any hit. He's taken some big ones.
The Pats lose games when they get pass happy, especially against teams like the Giants, with a stronger pass defense. It's been my belief since the dynastic early days that it's the team that runs the ball, successful or not, that has the best chance to burn teams with passes. The latest version of the Pats is proof of that theory, even with the rule changes that were made to help the passing game.
I'll take Brady and 10 high school players over our team.
Anyone notice that the mods ignore these threads?
Think about why...
However, I see that Pats fans love to cite Sanchez' stats in preseason!
They usually figure things out, but it's strange to hear.Rob Gronkowski is concerned about the offense's lack of chemistry so far this preseason.
"We’re not playing well as a unit," said Gronkowski. "...We have to go out and get our chemistry down as an offense in practice. That’s where it starts." Although the brakes should be pumped a bit on the comparisons to the 2007 offense, the Patriots will remain as one of the game's offensive powerhouses as long as Tom Brady is under center.
Source: Boston Herald Aug 26 - 11:15 AM
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but schefty was on Mike and Mike and stated that PATS just inked hernandez to long term deal
man i hope landry is a long term solution for us
Hernandez signed through 2018. Patriot TE's will be around for another 5-6 years. Fells gets to compete with Ballard next season unless they move Hernandez to WR/HB and keep Gronk, Fells and Ballard as TE's.