Re: [patriotzip] I Don't Believe You, Tom
- I think that I tend to agree with you George--a hit like that could certainly cause momentary disfunction on many levels. And if it were the case, it would not be an excuse but rather a reality.I have heard him say on other occasions that he didn't execute the fundamentals very well--but really Tom? After all of these years, the fundamentals slip away? Not sure I believe that either.Jesters up next...GO PATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!----- Original Message -----From: George RichmanSent: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 4:38 AMSubject: [patriotzip] I Don't Believe You, Tom
Saw this today:
"QB Tom Brady (NE) denied he was impaired by a hit late in the third
quarter and said that hit did not impair his decision making. "It was
just poor execution by myself and poor fundamentals, and that's the
cause of it," Brady said. "I give Seattle a lot of [credit] for
defense and I credit the way they play." Prior to the hit, Brady was
31-for-45 with two touchdowns and an intentional grounding call. After
the hit, Brady went 5-for-13 with two interceptions and a second
intentional grounding call."
You may recall that I asked if anybody else noticed that his collapse
closely followed that hit to the face mask. I don't think it's
coincidental that he was so far off his game from that point forward.
Brady never looks for excuses. But I believe that he was not operating
with all of his brain matter after that hit.