Tom Brady is still one of the first quarterbacks of the NFL, but it's clear that the veteran's call signing game has taken a new form in recent seasons.
New England Patriots will often go on stepping on defenses and speeding them up, killing their opponents with a thousand cuts to get them out. Brady has given enough strength and accuracy to make thrilling throws, you rarely see a 41-year-old test and pass on a narrow window.
During WEEE's Mut & Callahan Monday, Brady changed his career as he moved on.
"… Perhaps, as a part of my problem is older, I want to make some mistakes," Brady said. "Maybe it's not too much like I'm attacking, because the attack is causing more danger, we're like the 95 percent earning the ball, and I think they always remember it, so it was a little scary and a little more aggressive. I thought and we hope that we will continue. "
Although Brady's comments on Patriots' winners might be hyperbolic, it's not really. Colin Cowherd on Tuesday called "The Herd" at FOX Sports 1 stated that the New England 125-15 does not turn the ball, the success rate of 90 percent.
Patriots undoubtedly realized with the same football, they did not make a turnover in the last four games. Brady and Co. If four other contests continue this trend, they will break the record of the franchise.
Managing Director Bill Belichick clearly emphasizes the avoidance of drafting, since players who tend to make mistakes are not usually very long in Foxboro, Mass.
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