Patriots QB Tom Brady isn’t taking the Dallas Cowboys lightly despite the fact they will be without stars QB Tony Romo, and WR Dez Bryant.
Brady joined WEEI.com’s radio network on Monday, as usual, to talk about the Dallas Cowboys, who is coming off a loss to the Saints on Sunday Night Football.
“I’ve never been down to that stadium. We haven’t obviously had much of a history with the Cowboys. It will be a fun game regardless. They went to New Orleans last night, I know it was a tough loss. They’ve had two tough losses. I think they’re a very good football team, especially on defense,” Brady said. “We’ve got our work cut out for us. I’ve been studying them a lot the last three or four days. They went up to Green Bay last year at the end of the year and almost beat [the Packers] for an opportunity to advance to the NFC championship game. It’s a good football team. We’ve got our work cut out for us, no question.”
Brady also said he prefers to play a team at full strength, but injuries are a part of the game.
“I think it’s always great to play against the best players and the best that they have,” he said. “But at the same time, football takes a toll. We have guys that are out, they have guys that are out. Obviously they have some of their very best, best players out, which is a bummer.
You can read or listen to his full comments HERE.