Found November 02, 2011 on NESN.com:
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FOXBORO, Mass. -- Finesse might as well be a four-letter word in Tom Brady's eyes. The Patriots have been labeled a finesse team a number of times by players around the league, most recently by Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain, but Brady takes exception to that term. Brady was asked if it's possible to be a physical team when they put the ball in the air as much as they do. "Sure, you definitely can be," Brady said. "It comes down to those situational plays. Like third-and-1, you're not throwing it. First-and-goal on the 1, you're not throwing it. Four minutes...
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