FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Patriots dropout Tom Brady admitted disappointment from the team's breach on Monday morning, which helped explain why his media session after the 17-10 team victory over the Philadelphia Eagles felt more like losing.
"It's just a disappointment from the insult; we're trying to disprove them. I'm happy we got on the road, but at the same time, I just want to earn more points," Brady said on Greg Hill's show on sports radio WEEI. "We need to figure out how we can fix our problems as best we can."
The game marks the first time in Brady's 20-year career that he plays from start to finish and doesn't lead the Patriots in passes, according to ESPN statistics and information .
Brady was spotted noticeably after the match, with his media session lasting only 1
"As crazy as it sounds, we are still relatively new; we get to know each other in insult, "Brady said on the radio program, while also crediting the protection of the eagles.
" The strength of our team is our defense and special teams. So in insult, we just have to take advantage when we get opportunities, understand where our forces lie and try to play them. We don't give short fields, we don't turn the ball. Try to take advantage when we enter the red zone and hit a touchdown. That's where our crime is, and that's where our team is. "
Brady finished 26 for 47 for 216 yards against the Eagles and he would have had a pass pass if Edelman did not land a shot in the end zone in the second quarter.
Referring to Brady for some offending officers, c omes each other as wide receiver N & # 39; Keal Harry, selected for the 2019 first round by Arizona State, made his debut on Sunday (32 snaps, 3 catches, 18 yards) after finding a season of injuries
Tight end Matt LaCosse, who has missed five games this season, returned from a knee injury on Sunday. tight end Benjamin Watson missed the first four games of the season while listening to NFL stoppages, was released from the team afterwards and then re-signed; he has played in the last four games.
In addition, veteran recipient Mohammed San was acquired at the end of October in trade and played in the last three games, while 2018 first-round draft pick Isaiah Wynne has the right to come out with an early reserve.
protected James D. Evelyn and startup center David Andrews in the injured reserve earlier this year.
"I just wish we could play better offensively," Brady said in a radio interview. "We have to do it. I don't think this is about it. It's about trying to get the best of our crime and see if we can be more productive and earn more points."