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Old 05-01-2005   #93
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So, if he is throwing for approximatly the same amount of yards, the throws and completions are close and have nearly the same INTs, but only differ in the number of TDs, what do you think may be the issue????
the main issue, is Carr doesn't have any Pocket Awareness and Brady does. Why does that matter, cause Brady knows he can throw the ball away and rely on his defense to hold the other team from scoring, mostly. And Brady does so. That way, he doesn't get sacked, and the drive doesn't always come to a grinding halt with an emotional sack, letting the air out of the Patriots and jacking up the emotion of the opposing D. Also Belichick is a better coach, if not the best HC in the NFL today. There are alot of factors to go into when comparing Brady and the Patriots to the Texans. But on a QB level, I would put Carr and Brady in relatively the same general area, one on one. Difference between the two, Carr has the stronger arm and less experience. Brady has the much better Pocket Awareness though, and for QB's that is an intangible that simply can't be taught.
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