At this point in my career, people know what I do most. I study quarterbacks, the passing game, and the New England Patriots.
So when those three things are not working, I get a lot of requests to try and figure out why.
It is no secret that the New England passing game is a work in progress right now. Can things get fixed in time to perhaps save their season? That is the task in front of the offense right now. On Sunday night, Tony Dungy said that there is no one better at fixing a team in short order than Bill Belichick.
He has his work cut out for him.
In the video breakdown above, we will take a look at six plays from Sunday’s blowout loss against the San Francisco 49ers and highlight a variety of issues. Some bad, some even good, and some opportunities to improve.