Brady tells Patriots fans not to worry about his shoulder

Annette Crawford
October 13, 2017

The Patriots will not release an injury report with a potential update on Brady's status until today.

Brady and company will go on the road in Week 6 facing off against the Jets at MetLife Stadium. One way to do that would be to put pressure on Brady like the Panthers, and every other team this season, did. "Let's line them up and play", said Brady in his press conference prior to the game against the Panthers. Brady finished both games in which he reportedly injured the shoulder.

Still, there's no reason for the Patriots to panic.

Brady credited the score and game situations for the frequency New England has been in passing situations this year.

Although is dealing with an injury, the five-time Super Bowl champion won't be missing any time.

A storm might be brewing in New England and it's not at all related to the Patriots' reliably unreliable defense.

No other quarterback has accomplished as much team success as Brady, and we very well may never see it replicated in our lifetimes. "We haven't done a great job of that, and not playing great football at the start of a game doesn't get you a lead, so you're trying to fight and claw back the whole way".

Brady has been sacked 16 times this season in five games, already one more than he was sacked all past year. The NFL has routinely seen stars such as Favre and Manning fall off a cliff in their late 30s, but somehow not Brady. In his history, he has gone 23-7 against his AFC East foe, looking to extend that record on Sunday as New England battles the 3-2 Jets for first place in the division.

Still, fans can tell their kids, or grandkids years from now, that they witnessed the greatness of Tom Brady.

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