I'll admit it's an odd sight, watching Tom Brady struggle. With the obvious exception of last season, football fans have watched Brady play rather well since he first began starting for the injured Drew Bledsoe in 2001. Until 2007 he was never a "blow the doors off" quarterback. He'd have some big games, and certainly some big drives, but he was a smart, deadly efficient quarterback who wouldn't kill you with mistakes. Then Randy Moss and Wes Welker came to town, and history was made. But watching Brady perform poorly nowùmissing receivers, sailing some balls, looking unsure of himself at timesùmany people I've heard from or talk to simply assume that once Welker gets back, everything will be hunky-dory. Why? Within 20 yards, Brady's been looking better and better as the weeks have worn ...
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