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Tom Brady is not happy with the Patriots offence. Addresses Gronkowski’s criticism

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Tom Brady, England patriots Quarterback and one of the best players in NFL history bagging six super bowl championships, have opened up on his frustration with New England’s offense. Brady is not very happy with the lack of production of the team’s offense. He complained after their victory against Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.

“I think my job, it’s very important to me. I want us to do as best as we possibly can each week like I always have. Everybody puts a lot into it, and you want to see a great performance, when it’s less than that, I don’t know what I should feel other than what is authentic to me and is authentic to my personal feelings and believes about how we should be performing and what we need to do in order to be better” Tom Brady had said on his weekly appearance at WEEI sports radio. He believes the team will improve if the offense is consistent, trustworthy, and dependable when he said “I have 20 years of experience, so I feel like I have some knowledge, I don’t have all the answers, but I have been around long enough to know what it’s like. I think our guys are trying, we have a good attitude, and we work hard

“We have a very good team, I think we will improve if our offense improves. I think we can do better by – again, it comes down to trust, dependability, and consistency that is what we are trying to do, those things just don’t magically come together”. He wants the team offense to work harder to reach a higher level. We cannot blame him, as he had said, he has been playing for the patriots for quite some time now, and he knows what needs to be changed. Perhaps the offensive end players can do better. The Patriot’s strength is indeed in the defense as Brady has said recently, While it is a good thing, the team cannot rely solely on its defensive end.

Gronkowski comments on Patriots performance

Rob Gronkowski, who retired recently as an American Football tight end who is now a football analyst for Fox Sports, had come out to talk about his former teammate and revealed his favorite touchdown passes caught from Tom. He had caught 78 touchdown passes from Tom Brady throughout his career with the team and has said his favorite pass that he never caught came during Week 8 in 2012 when Patriots played against St. Louis Rams. When he imitated the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace before completing with the famous Gronk spike.

Brady addressed the criticism by saying he had a different attitude towards every game and has different ways of celebrating, unlike Gronk. He thinks Gronk is always a happy person and sees the bright side in everything and went on to describe him as a great player.  ” I think everyone deals with things differently and I think with a guy like Gronk in the locker room, that was great, he always looks at the bright spots in everything, when you have a great attitude like that, it is good. He was a good player for us for a long time,” he had said. “We have different challenges that we face, and I don’t have one emotion after every game, there’s probably five or ten. The moment you catch me is how I feel at a particular time” Tom Brady added.

Gronkowski had also appeared on the “NFL on Fox” pregame show on Sunday to comment on Brady’s attitude in the win over Philadelphia Eagles. He claimed Brady and the team as a whole are frustrated and asking themselves what they did wrong instead of being happy. He advised the team to enjoy their win and build off it. Well, Brady is happy about the Patriots moving 10-1. “As I’ve said, we’re trying to win, and I know things aren’t perfect. We’re just trying to make improvements and see if we can do a little bit better job every week,” Brady said. “When you watch the NFL – we’ve had some late games, we have another late one coming up – but when you watch other teams the reality is no one is a finished product at this point. Every team is beginning to fight for a position, and some teams are clearly out of it, and there’s a lot of other teams that are battling. Nobody knows how it’s going to shake out.”

Brady is happy, but not entirely, he thinks the team needs to keep improving, especially the offensive end.

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