For The Win ranks Texans QB Deshaun Watson 23rd-best

Sep 09, 2018, 03:24
For The Win ranks Texans QB Deshaun Watson 23rd-best

In the epilogue episode of the docuseries Tom vs. Time, which was posted to Facebook Tuesday evening, Brady reflected on how he handled the reports of friction.

"I'm going with the Packers to win rather handily against the Bears at Lambeau Field, 34-17". Some of it was my approach.

"And I think people are just looking for something to write and talk about". "A lot of those quarterbacks wore them and you don't think those injuries can happen to you". "For me, it's just try to lead by example, try to do things the right way, and at the same time, just go out there and perform every weekend and give the team the best I have".

"I've realized there's people that doubt the best players in the history of the game", he said. It's awesome how he's doing it, but also it doesn't amaze me at the same time anymore because he's doing everything right.

Watson has a lot to prove in his second year with the team, especially after a freak injury in practice injured ruined what could have been a historic season for a rookie QB. Maybe I'm just caring about certain things that really matter, like my family, like people's health, like life and death.

Vegas and many National Football League experts are not predicting a win for the Houston Texans in Week 1, but it isn't because the roster isn't talented and not because they don't have any superstars.

Coordinator Matt Patricia became head coach of the Detroit Lions, and Belichick will be more hands-on with a unit that survived a bend-don't-break mentality all the way to the Super Bowl.

"I don't want to bring on any drama this year", Brady said on Friday instead saying that his focus was on being a good leader.

Veteran quarterback Tom Brady says there's no place he'd rather be than at Gillette Stadium playing the Houston Texans on Sunday.

The five-time Super Bowl champion says he hopes to play another five years, reiterating a previously stated desire to play to the age of 45. "It will be a challenge for me".

"I can't ensure it", JJ Watt said when asked if and how his team's defense can jell quickly. "It's f-- going to be hard to do". He quickly followed up with "I think so". "I think I'm seeing there's definitely an end coming".

And finally, there's Watt, who also played at 11 different positions in his last fully healthy season in 2015, and even took a few snaps at tight end.

Brady, who turned 41 on August 3, explained in the epilogue that he didn't attend voluntary spring practices because he "needed something different this year", as did his family.

"I think it's just communication back and forth".

"I think that's the biggest thing ... just not letting those guys get comfortable inside the pocket", Hightower said. So there we are playing in a pro-am tournament, where, as an amateur if you hit a bad shot you don't really worry about it, you play the pro's ball anyways, that's what you have him for.