Tom Brady admits that he is disappointed with the appearance of the patriots

11.19.2019     /     News author: Alexandra

Tom Brady admits that he is disappointed with the appearance of the patriots
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The New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady, on Monday acknowledged his disappointment with the team's offensive, which explains how he was seen during the press conference after the 17-10 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, where It seemed more like a defeat. “It's just frustration with the offensive, we are trying to absorb them. I am happy with the visiting victory, but at the same time, I want us to score more points, ”said Brady during the radio show“ The Greg Hill Show ”. "We have to review how to solve our problems as well as possible."

The game marked the first time in 20 years of Tom Brady's career that he played from start to finish and did not lead in scoring passes, according to the ESPN Statistics and Information department. The Patriots' only touchdown was a pass thrown by Julian Edelman in the third quarter. Tom Brady was notoriously discouraged after the game, where his press conference only lasted 1 minute and 40 seconds. He said he was tired after playing a 3-hour game but with what he said this Monday also adds his anger to the offensive.

"As crazy as it sounds, we are relatively new, we are getting acquainted with each of us on the offensive," Brady said on the radio show, but he also gave credit to the Eagles defense. “The strength of our team is defensive and special teams. So on the offensive we have to take advantage of the opportunities, understand our strengths and try to play with that. Do not give anything in the short field. Do not deliver the ball. Try to take advantage when we are in the red zone make notes. That's how our offensive is.

Tom Brady finished with 26 full passes of 47 attempts for 216 yards against the Eagles and was able to have a touchdown if not because Edelman threw one in the end zone in the second quarter. Tom Brady's reference to adapting to new staff came from various areas. One is for catcher N’Keal Harry, who was selected in the first round of the 2019 draft from Arizona State, made his debut on Sunday after he started the season on the disabled list.

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