Yes, the Patriots walked away with a 13-10 win to improve to 2-0 on the young season. They have two division wins out of the way, and will get a few days of rest before preparation begins for their Week 3 match up with the Buccaneers.
But getting to the finish line on Thursday night was not easy. Brady and his rookie receivers are clearly not on the same page yet, and after numerous drops, missed routes, and even a few errant passes by Brady himself, the quarterback let his emotions show.
There were stare-downs on the field, outbursts on the bench, and even a few words that made it over the broadcast that probably wouldn’t make the cut in a late-night time slot.
“I think I have to do a better job with my body language,” Brady said after the game. “I definitely can improve that. I wouldn’t say it’s a real strong point of mine right now.”
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