Tom Brady reads defenses and processes information as quickly as any quarterback in league history. He is an amazingly effective audible caller and consistently finds his secondary options. Brady can still zip the ball and has a great touch on shorter throws. This season, he has shown a lot of frustration (which is rare) and a lot of fire (which is normal) as he worked with a revamped receiving corps. He plays with superb confidence (no deficit is insurmountable) and his teammates feed off that. Andrew Luck looked downright Brady-like last week. A confident, smart quarterback, Luck has an excellent arm and does a tremendous job getting everyone involved. If you’re open, he’ll find you. His teammates believe in him. The Colts are in good hands for the foreseeable future.
EDGE: New England
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