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Life is a going to be a bit tougher for Tom Brady this year as he adjusts to an offense not predicated on wide receiver Wes Welker. So tough, in fact, that Steelers safety Ryan Clark thinks he’ll be seeing ghosts this season.
Clark answered some questions about the Patriots during an appearance on ESPN’s NFL Live on Monday afternoon, discussing Brady specifically and how he will have to get used to Danny Amendola as his new primary target.
“I think what’s really underestimated is Wes Welker’s importance to not only the New England Patriots, but Tom Brady,” Clark said. “I know they think Danny Amendola can come in and have the same type of numbers he had with the Rams, but we also have to remember, he’s fragile. He’s not a guy who has completed a whole season, especially playing inside in what can be a physical AFC East.”
As for Brady’s poise and efficiency in the pocket, Clark seems to think it’s actually pretty easy to fluster the Patriots quarterback. The veteran safety even pinpoin
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has amassed a large body of work.
In doing so, his strengths are out there on tape as well as his weaknesses.
Ryan Clark as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers secondary had a fought few battles with Brady during his time in the NFL.
Clark recently discussed Brady and the Patriots offense.
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I passed along the word Sunday night that Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark would be all over ESPN this week and on Monday he was a guest analyst on NFL Live.
During the hour long show, Clark was asked if he thought that the Steelers did enough this offseason.
"Well if you look historically at the Steelers, we're not a very active team in free agency, said Clark...
According to the Steelers safety, Danny Amendola is 'fragile,' and
Tom Brady 'sees ghosts' under pressure.
Tom Brady isn’t on the quite same existential level as Haley Joel Osment in The Sixth Sense, but he does seem to get a chill when the unexpected are near.
Steelers safety Ryan Clark charged Brady with seeing ghosts on the field at times during an interview on Monday, referencing the quarterback’s tendency to flinch or duck while in the backfield. But, while most quarterbacks...
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark has always been known to be very candid and speak his mind at all times. So when he joined ESPN’s NFL Live and was asked his opinion on the New England Patriots, Clark held nothing back. “I think what’s really underestimated is Wes Welker’s importance to not only the New England [...]
Once again, incendiary comments from a Steelers safety are written on a whiteboard somewhere in the recesses of Gillette Stadium.
Just what the Steelers needed.
Thank you, Ryan Clark.
Clark said this week on ESPN’s “NFL Live” that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will “duck” and “flinch” even when pressure isn’t there and that he “sees ghosts.” He said...
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