Before you get all aghast and stuff, note that this wasn't meant as a slight to his receivers. It's just the fact of life of working with rookies.
In a press conference today, Brady talked about working with players that are so new to the offense.
Brady detailed how he communicates with the young pass-catchers on the necessary adjustments. The adjustments are made at times, but other times they aren’t.
“Sometimes it’s what I do with my 3-year-old [son Benjamin] too, and he doesn’t listen either,” Brady said of his newfound patience level. “You try to just hang in there.”
Brady has taken on the role of leader recently, and with that comes being a teacher. Especially when nearly all of your receivers are rookies.
The Patriots offense relys on making adjustments on the fly, which puts a lot of pressure on the pass catchers to have a good rapport with Brady. He needs to know that he can trust them. So far, Danny Amendola and Kenbrell Thompkins have proved to have t...