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Time it takes Brady to get his receivers the ball

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 Here is a look at how long, on average, it takes Brady to get his receivers the ball. Make of this what you will.

 

Danny Amendola: 2.34 seconds
Julian Edelman: 2.07 seconds
Shane Vereen: 1.91 seconds
Josh Boyce: 2.93 seconds
James Develin: 3.56 seconds
LeGarrette Blount: 2.66 seconds
Aaron Dobson: 2.19 seconds
Brandon Bolden: 2.09 seconds
Stevan Ridley: 2.79 seconds
Matthew Mulligan: 2.94 seconds
Nate Solder: 2.22 seconds
Austin Collie: 2.32 seconds
Rob Gronkowski: 2.50 seconds
Kenbrell Thompkins: 2.35 seconds
Zach Sudfeld: 2.93 seconds
Michael Hoomanawanui: 2.66 seconds

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Just curious, but where are you getting these numbers from?

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what the time to release.. thats more important

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I got the stats several day ago from nesn.com and they also said....Brady is taking more time to get rid of the ball. Last year, Brady took just 2.47 seconds to get rid of the ball, according to Pro Football Focus. This year, he’s taking 2.57 seconds. He averaged 3.39 seconds in the pocket per sack last year. This year, he’s averaging 3.57 seconds per sack.

So, Brady’s line is actually keeping him upright for longer. Brady is just staying in the pocket for longer, failing to get rid of the ball quickly.

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I believe it works in our favor if reports in New England are true that Brady isn’t trusting his receivers, who are having a tougher time getting open. And the offensive line is having trouble this year holding back tougher pass-rushing defensive lines similar to ours.

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I'm hungover and this thread hurts my face.
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oh ok

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Time it takes to get Cam Newton the ball       0.0 seconds.

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This thread is irrelevant being that the Patriot offense is now healthy and jelled.  That was a result of the Pittsburgh game.  How come they didn't give up a franchise record in points allowed to any other team or even close this season? . 

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That is bc some of their passing game.....really is almost like run. Dink and dunk.
It is why our pass rush was weak against Buffalo.....they dinked it down. They did it poorly. Brady can do it better than anyone. Have to take away the short stuff and live with the result of him attacking deep. Hopefully our rush gets to him

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This thread is irrelevant being that the Patriot offense is now healthy and jelled. That was a result of the Pittsburgh game. How come they didn't give up a franchise record in points allowed to any other team or even close this season? .

Pitt D is old, slow and bad......and it was at Foxboro. Don't put all your eggs in the THAT game is what we are basket.

We aren't the Steelers D
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You guys secondary is not great... And we can win those one on one battles EASILY.  You are high if you think that Danny Amendola and Aaron Dobson cannot get open on your average at best cornerbacks.  And then we have even more receiving weapons for you to deal with.  You guys have to remember that as good as Luke Kuechly is Tom Brady is even greater and has been around longer and can and will outsmart that kid.  He can't cover everybody. 

 

8-0 and 7-1 are the Patriots record after the bye

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