Re: Give Brady some physical wide receivers that can catch the ball when it counts.
posted at 2/5/2013 12:28 AM EST
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It really hasn't mattered who they bring in for Brady over the last several years...he's not been patient enough to develop a young WR. The last ones developed in house were Deion Branch and David Givens.
Once that receiver runs a wrong route or drops a pass, they're dead to him...so he throws to Gronk or Welker in triple coverage anyway, all but ignoring the open guy or checkdown (if there is even one anymore).
Ever notice how they had no problem "developing" younger WRs they drafted under Weiss, but they have struggled after Weis left and they went to a 60/40 pass first offense?
Not a coincidence.
Galloway, Torry Holt and even Deion Branch (once he returned) all commented how hard it is to come in here with what Brady wants to do. Torry Holt might be a HOFer.
Part of the problem is Brady wanting to run this high octane spread formation that is much more than a hybrid west coast Weis ran.
The only reason Moss was worked is because he was a freak and even a less than good pass from Brady could be gobbled up by the freakish Moss.
funny the greatest gm in forever cant draft a decent WR forget a good one
But he sure knows how to draft tight ends, and even how to grab them from other teams.
might as well steal from the best! : )
i'm only talking to rusty with that smart aleck comment i actually think bb is a good gm
but u have to admit drafting receivers has not been his strong suit