Tom Brady addressed the media following the Patriots big road win over Buffalo on Sunday.
Brady was asked about the crowd and the noise when the game first started. He responded that the first touchdown drive was huge to quiet the crowd.
“I think the execution is ultimately what it comes down to,” Brady said. “They went down and scored to start the game and it was really loud there’s no doubt, we had to call timeouts the first drive, and I thought the good plays we made, I thought the screen ball to Gronk, our first touchdown drive was a big play. I think big plays settle them down a little bit. We had a lot of good plays but I think we left a lot of plays out there. It’s a good team, great defense, a tough place to play, and it was a great win. Great to be 2-0.”
He was also asked about throwing the ball a lot to win and he began to give credit elsewhere and all the different ways to win.
“Yeah, that’s what I thought- it was a lot of throws. There will be a lot of different ways to win and I think the big thing is to find a way to run and pass it,” he said. “We went into the fourth quarter, the defense had intercepted balls and I thought a lot of our guys made a lot of great plays. Aaron Dobson stepped up, Dion [Lewis] is playing great, and obviously Gronk and Jules [Julian Edelman], Danny [Amendola] made a huge play, Steve [Gostkowski] kicking just clutch. Clutch plays on defense with very timely plays, Chandler [Jones] had a bunch of sacks–so it took everybody. We knew that’s what it was going to take and it’s a great feeling.”
You can read his entire transcript or watch the postgame conference HERE.
**Transcript from patriots.com