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Hey! Come back here!
I'm not done yet to berate you.
I noticed something when I finished complaining about complaints on Sunday evening. It took me almost 800 words to condemn the Pittsburgh Steelers for their terrible defeat of the New England Patriots in the first season, and I had not even mentioned the defense.
If the score was 33-3, that says something.
The offense is said to be pretty horrible. So bad it masked the defense on a night it was torn to shreds.
Maybe I was too hard on the offensive because I'm so used to seeing Tom Brady dismantle the Steelers defense in Foxborough. But let's just say it here.
Since then, the Steelers have been about 30 points away from doing so on the pitch itself.
Consider this a second "broadcast of complaints" as the season opener was just the thing THIS Bad
The Steelers fired Tom Brady only once in 37 pass attempts.
Surprisingly, that was exactly the same ratio as last year, when the Steelers won 1
Yes, I know. Tom Brady quickly gets the ball out of his hands. The patriots were maximally protective. But what drives this year's effort so crazy is that the Steelers faced a reconfigured line of attack that included a backup center (Ted Karras) and a left tackle (Isaiah Wynn) and launched its first game.
Brady was still barely disturbed all evening.
Can I see your ID?
Brady made three touchdowns and no interceptions on Sunday night, with the touchdown interception ratio in six games at home 21-0 against the Steelers.
At It should not make sense to buy alcohol with a touchdown interception ratio.
Not only because Brady is undisturbed in the bag, as mentioned above. This is because the coverage of its receivers was not good enough.
Although Brady occasionally threw a bad ball in Foxborough, there was no one around who wore black and gold.
Or if they do, they only miss a fraction of an inch.
Look! As an example, the first New England trip was on Sunday evening.
Brady defeated the Steelers 6-0 in Foxborough. His team has never lost the sales battle in these games. This is essentially because the Steelers Defense can not force fumbling or interception every time they visit.
Welcome to the club, Kameron Kelly.
It's just Steelers latest safety that casts Brady at Gillette Stadium.
Anthony Smith, Mike Mitchell, Sean Davis and even Troy Polamalu. Just a few of the security measures taken in Massachusetts.
After drifting into the middle of the field on Phillip Dorsett's 58 yard touchdown, add Kelly's name to the list.
Touchdown Phillip Dorsett ] pic.twitter.com/0AUSlRoEjo
– PatriotsNationTM (@PatsNationTM) September 9, 2019
Again this attempt to make a big hit was not very successful.
The Pats & # 39; WRs look frightening pic.twitter.com/cAU1juXcIb
– The Checkdown September 9, 2019
It seems Jakobi Meyers of
is Kelly's rise Unimpressed obscure signing at NFL Starter is a great story. He's just not good enough to be forced to make his NFL debut against Brady and the Pats in this House of Horror.
Kelly, who rebelled from this duel attempt, was not the only example of the poor attacking by the Steelers.
The simplest example is, of course, Joe Haden, who lures Josh Gordon.
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– NFL (@NFL) September 9, 2019
But he was not alone. Rex Burkhead has missed almost the entire defensive in this run.
– The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) September 9, 2019
They get the point.
The crossing pattern
Ok. We call them select games. Because it is like that.
They are illegal. And the patriots are great at guiding them.
But if Brady slashes your zone …  #Patriots – Brady Vs. Zone coverage. Classic game action concept. Open a window to target Edelman on the intersection route. @NFLMatchup pic.twitter.com/jOMOOqvout
– Matt Bowen (@ MattBowen41) September 9, 2019
…. He will bring you to a personal report. And if you are in the reporting of men, you must avoid these (clearing) "friction paths" against New England.
The defense made it last year. They could not this year.
Do not complain about it. Fix it. The officials will only call this a game once or twice. They did this twice on Sunday, once on both sides.
Or they are as discredited as New England.
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