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    Why the Patriots must sign Antonio Brown

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    Before I start, I must confess I didn’t watch the final 4 minutes of the Patriots vs Texans game. I was tired, and we were down 9-28. There was no way we could win. Although we didn’t win, we made it close late. We came back and scored a few touchdowns, to finish the game 22-28. But after watching that game, Pats Nation wants 1 thing, and 1 thing only. We want Antonio Brown. Tom Brady has not been able to find any open receivers. If the Patriots acquired AB, not only would he get open, catch passes, get first downs and touchdowns, he would also help Edelman, Sanu, Harry, or James White get open. Defenses would have to double cover AB, and if they don’t they would pay for it. This Patriots offense needs help. The offensive line is terrible, our receivers can’t do anything, and sadly, Brady is starting to regress. We need Kraft to stop complaining about AB, and sign the man! Tom Brady needs somebody to throw to, and whether those are quick dink-and-dunks or long bombs down field, we are going to need AB if we want to win the Super Bowl. If we can get back AB, we can do what we were formerly great at. Quick gains. A couple of seasons ago, Tom Brady took an average of less than 2 seconds to throw the ball! This year he has been taking way more time, leading to a sack, throw away, incompletion, or interception. We need to go back to the quick throws, and AB will help a ton with that. If the Patriots don’t sign AB, they will certainly regret it.

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