In the aftermath of the Patriots' 16-9 loss to the New York Jets last Sunday at The Meadowlands, the offensive woes in the red zone continue to be at the forefront. Three trips into the 20-yard line produced nine points via three Stephen Gostkowskifield goals and no touchdowns. However, RB Sammy Morrisremains optimistic on the team's red zone persuit. "We know the ability we have as a team and as an offensive unit," running back Sammy Morris said according to the Boston Herald. "We can be better than we showed." QB Tom Bradywas quick to point out it'll take time to adjust. Read his comments here.
That point by Brady was reiterated in a Patsfans.com article when discussing the chemistry with his receivers. According to the story, Brady attempted 12 passes to WR Joey Gallowayconnecting on just five of them. Despite an impressive debut for rookie WRJulian Edelman, a usually sure-handed Brady seemed out of sync.
Although Tom Brady*is known for heroics when the game is on the line, DLTy Warren *knows relying solely on Brady's arm isin't fair. According to the *Boston Globe *Warren said, "For the guys that have been here and seen it over the years, you kind of sit back and think that's going to happen, but the reality is it’s not going to happen every time." Warren added that every player must do their part.