- I started this thread and I posted on Patsfans as well ... Brady CANNOT throw the long ball. He is below average on those throws. Here is the tellingMessage 1 of 34 , Feb 6, 2012View SourceI started this thread and I posted on Patsfans as well ... Brady CANNOT throw the long ball. He is below average on those throws. Here is the telling stat. In SB 42 and 47 he thre 20 passes over 20yards. He didn't complete a single pass over 20 yards in either games. I have said in the past and I will say it again. I think he has a problem with his throwing arm (elbow perhaps). He definitely has a problem with his non throwing shoilder that was aggravated during the game with the hit he took on the sack.Mark Morse Razor's Edge Tailgate Patriots Fangroup http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/RazorsEdgeTailgate/From: Rich Carreiro <rlcarr@...>
Sent: Monday, February 6, 2012 8:42 PM
Subject: Re: [patriotzip] Re: Frustrating Lossfrank.dana@... ("frankdanabrewster") writes:
> impact on his accuracy, considering hew had just gone 16 for 16. AsBingo!
> far as throwing deep, he didn't seem to have much of a problem with
> that when he had Randy Moss to throw to. Maybe he's lost some of
> that long range accuracy, but I think it's more not having someone
> like that, who can run under it, adjust to the throw, and go up and
> get it.
I have no idea where this concept of Brady having a good/great
long ball came from. Sure, he's had the occasional hit (so does
every NFL quarterback), but his long ball has never been more
than average (and probably less so most of the time).
I think people's memories have been warped by 2007. And most
of those successful connections were Brady hanging it up there
and a motivated Moss outfighting coverage to come down with it,
or slowing up to catch an underthrown bomb but then beating the
coverage once he caught it.
Rich Carreiro rlcarr@...
- I disagree on Branch. He knows the system and has Brady s trust. He can be brought back at a lower salary. Free Agent Brandon Lloyd has stated publiclyMessage 34 of 34 , Feb 6, 2012View SourceI disagree on Branch. He knows the system and has Brady's trust. He can be brought back at a lower salary. Free Agent Brandon Lloyd has stated publicly that he would like to follow McDaniels wherever he goes. That would be a big time receiver that also knows McDaniels system.Mark Morse Razor's Edge Tailgate Patriots Fangroup http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/RazorsEdgeTailgate/From: David Price <castsashadow@...>
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Sent: Monday, February 6, 2012 10:30 PM
Subject: [patriotzip] Offseason moves?
Two guys who I don't think should be back next year are Ochocinco and Deon Branch. Neither reciever helped us win games this year. I think Branch had one good game, but that's not good enough, and his time is past. The Pats need a legitimate threat as the number two receiver and Deon is no longer that. As for Ochocinco, we got more production from Brandon Tate last year, so what does that tell you? I wouldn't mind if they developed a rookie as the third receiver, but with Tate and Price already gone, looks like they'd be starting over, yet again. On defense, I think they need help at safety more than anywhere else. Be nice to have a leader back there again, like Rodney Harrison.
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