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Brady Says Rust Not a Factor in Loss to Jets

Tom Brady had plenty of questions to answer about his game Sunday after the Pats lost to the Jets 16-9 in the Meadowlands:

Brady explains there were a ton of questions following the Patriots’ 16-9 loss to the Jets. For everyone, really, but when quarterback Tom Brady goes 23 of 47 for 216 yards with an interception, he faces more than others. On the inaccurate passes, was it rust or a shoulder issue or something else? “No, I don’t think it has anything to do with my shoulder or the rust,” Brady said this morning. “I just think it has to do with poor technique. Sometimes, my technique hasn’t been what I’ve hoped it to be the past two weeks, and I’ve got to improve on that. I’m going to do everything I can to work on it. I always feel being an accurate passer is really like a good golf swing. If you do it right, it’s going to go where you want it. I’ve got to be more accurate throwing the football. The team counts on me to do that, when they’re open I’ve got to hit them.”


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One Response to “Brady Says Rust Not a Factor in Loss to Jets”

  1. chris says:

    When is your head coach going to stop being a sorry little girl and accept when she losses and be big enough to shake the hand of the MAN who beats her? I hav seen your lollypop sucking little girl lose several times and act the same way. Sad thing is she is a bad winner to. I think the JETS are going to have to put that little girl over their knee next time we meet and give her a spanking again and try to pound some respect into her.

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