• Brady: 'We all have to be on same page'

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Sep 18, 2013
    Source: ESPN.com
    • QB Watch: Patriots' Tom Brady

      A weekly analysis of the New England Patriots’ quarterback play. Rewind: It isn't often Tom Brady is held below the 50 percent completion percentage mark. The team's 13-10 win over the Jets was a struggle, as Brady (19-of-39, 185 yards, 1 TD) and rookie…
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    • Comparing Brady and the Patriots 2006 team and the 2013 team

      Chad Jackson and Tom BradyPhoto by: Harry How/Getty Images In 2006 the Patriots went on an overhaul with new wide receivers. The 2006 receiving core would boast Reche Caldwell, veteran Troy Brown, and rookie Chad Jackson. Jabar Gaffney would also be bro…
    • Brady’s unusual numbers

      Tom BradyPhoto by: Al Bello Tom Brady has posted some unusual numbers in certain categories. Brady is currently ranked 31st in the NFL in comp percentage. Only better than Josh Freeman and Blaine Gabbert. That is very unusual for the Pats QB to be ranke…
    • Slice of Life: Tom Brady

      Dexter is a hit TV show on showtime and this Sunday will be the final episode of Dexter after 8 years of entertaining millions. Dexter is a show about a serial killer who ONLY kills bad guys. When he captures the bad guys, and deals them justice the Dex…
    • Tom Brady not blaming receivers

      Tom BradyPhoto by: Jim Rogash Tom Brady and the Patriots offense struggled through a 13-10 win over the Jets last Thursday night, and Brady was visibly frustrated. Brady targeted rookies Aaron Dobson and Kenbrell Thompkins 17 times Thursday but they bot…
    • Tom Brady says he needs to get better too

      When Tom Brady was nit-picking his own body language last week, Patriots coach Bill Belichick shrugged it off and said his quarterback was one of the best leaders he had ever been around. Brady took it another step Monday morning, placing some of the bl…
  • Brady: Pats' problem is execution, not WRs

    Four days after one of the worst statistical performances of his career, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said Monday that the team's offense, which has been hurt by injuries at the skills positions, needs to improve its execution.
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