HOCKBOROUGH, Massachusetts – New England Patriarchate defenseman Tom Brady acknowledged the disappointment of the team's offense Monday morning, helping to explain why his media session after the team's 17-10 win over the Philadelphia Giants felt more to come after the loss.
"It's just frustration from the offense; we're trying to erase them. I'm happy we won on the road, but at the same time, I just wish we could get more points," Brady told the Greg Hill Show on WEEI sports radio. to figure out how we can solve our problems as best we can. "
The match marked the first time in Brady's 20-year career that he played from start to finish and did not lead the Patriots to passing passes, according to ESPN statistics and information. The Patriots' lone pass threw receiver Julian Edelman in the third quarter.
Brady was a mere denial after the match, and his media session lasted only 1 minute, 40 seconds. He said he was tired after playing a three-hour match but allowed Monday morning dissatisfaction with the offense to be part of it.
"As crazy as it may sound, we're still relatively new; we meet each other for insult, "Brady told the radio program while also trusting Eagles' defense.
"The strength of our team is our defense and our special teams. So, insult, we just have to take advantage when we get opportunities, understand where our strengths lie and try to play them. Not giving short fields. We don't transform it. "The ball Try to take advantage when we get into the red zone and score. This is where our offense is and this is where our team is."
Brady finished 26-of-47 for 216 yards against the Eagles, and would have had a transitional period had Edelman not struck in the end zone in the second quarter.
Brady's call for some crime staff to get to know each other comes as wide receiver N'Keal Harry, draft pick for the 2019 first round by the state of Arizona, made his debut Sunday (32 snaps, 3 rolls, 18 yards) after the opening season of the injured reserve.
Tight end Matt Lacos, who missed five games this season, returned from a knee injury on Sunday. Also veteran tight end Benjamin Watson missed the first four games of the season while on suspension at the NHL, was released by the team after that and then re-signed; he has played in the past four games.
In addition, veteran receiver Mohamed Sanu was traded in late October and has played in the past three games, while 2018 first-round pick Isaiah Winn has the right to drop out of injured reserve and play in Sunday's home game against the Doulas Cowboys.
The Patriots naturally missed retired tight end Rob Gronkowski and adjusted after launching James Develin's starting team and David Andrews' starting center on injured reserve earlier this year.
"I just wish we could play better offensively," Brady said in a radio interview. "We have to go do it. I don't think we're talking about it. It's about trying to get the best out of what we can, and see if we can be more productive and earn more points. "