The latest to take offense to a loss against the Patriots is Texans defensive end Antonio Smith. The nine-year NFL veteran helped the Texans hold Tom Brady and the Patriots to just seven points before halftime, and he found it peculiar that Brady and the New England offense scored 27 second-half points en route to a 34-31 victory.
Smith said that the Texans installed new schemes to their defensive game plan this week, but the Patriots adjusted so well to the changes that something fishy was going on.
“Either teams are spying on us or scouting us, I don’t know what it is, man,” Smith told a group of reporters in the Texans locker room. “We had some ways that we was going to play this week that just got put in this week, and it was just miraculous that they changed up some things that they did on offense that keyed on what we put in this week to stop what they was doing "
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