Found January 27, 2012 on
“This is really cool. The Associated Press just released a photo from the AFC Championship game, and it’s of Patriots QB Tom Brady’s arm. (H/T Jay Tate!) If you read closely, you can see Brady’s keys. All that respect for Ravens S Ed Reed? Not fake. He reminds himself, “Find 20 ON EVERY PLAY.” He also wrote, “Knees flexed — DOWN, DOWN!” and “NO TURNOVERS.” Still harping on fundamentals after all these years…”
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