The New England Patriots needed a comeback win against the Buffalo Bills yesterday, and aside from Danny Amendola and Julian Edelman, it looked like Tom Brady and his new receiving corps were not on the same page. Rookies Kenbrell Thompkins and Zach Sudfeld struggled after having strong pre-seasons, so is the offense going to be a problem going forward? Boomer doesn’t think so.
“I wouldn’t worry too much about it,” said Boomer. “They did run 89 offensive plays, so I don’t know if the score is indicative of just how good their offense was. If you take a look at what Vereen, Edelman and Amendola did, and the fact they got very little if anything out of the tight ends — once Rob Gronkowski comes back that’ll change — but you could see there was some frustration yesterday. There is no question they’re not all on the same page. Tom Brady said after the game it’s work in progress "
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