Tom Brady has the chance to make history again

The Patriots have had a roller coaster type of season.  They have lost five games, and all on the road.  That is very rare for this team.  This is now the weakest receiving group since Reche Caldwell and Jabar Gaffney.  That was the 2006 season, when the Patriots lost in the AFC Championship game to the Colts.  Some are even comparing this team to the 2009 team, when everyone was all over the place and not in sync.  After last season, and the loss of Danny Amendola and Brandin Cooks, they were missing a deep threat.  They traded for Patterson, and still have Hogan, Dorsett, and Edelman coming back from injury.  Now Tom Brady can lead the way with this group of talent and possibly win the Super Bowl. He needs to remember to focus on his upper back stretches for after the game. We don’t want any injuries this season.

Receivers will have to step up

It’s time now for other guys to step up in big moments.  Chris Hogan, Julian Edelman, and Gronkowski need to have the best games of their careers the last two weeks of the season.  Unfortunately, the teams they play lack stiff competition, but it would be good practice for the playoffs.  Brady is the best at taking mediocre talent, and transforming it into top play-makers in a big spot.  Brady has had a rough year this season, but has the chance to pull something off that he’s never done before.  Win a Super Bowl with less talent on offense than the previous years’.

He can tell the doubters he had that skipping OTA’s wasn’t a big deal.  Taking care of himself is more important, and he has the answers to the test already.  At 41 years old he can be the GOAT he is and lead this team to another Super Bowl.  It’s not going to be an easy task, but it could be done with the greatest quarterback to ever play the game.