No need to fret about Tom Brady's knee. Opponents have plenty to worry about his nearly perfect arm.
Two days after spraining his left knee, the New England star completed his first 11 passes before missing his last one and threw his first touchdown to new top wide receiver Danny Amendola. He played the first two series, then rested as the Patriots went on to a 25-21 exhibition victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Friday night.
Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman also started and worked two possessions but had a much rougher time against the team they'll face in the third game of the regular season. He was sacked three times and completed only two of three passes before rookie Mike Glennon took over.
Brady left Wednesday's joint practice with Tampa Bay (0-2) after he was knocked down by his own left tackle, Nate Solder, who was shoved backward by defensive end Adrian Clayborn.
An MRI on his left knee was negative and he participated fully in the teams' walkthrough Thursday. Then h...