The End Of The Patriots Part II

Rich Perez@Rich_PerezContributor ISeptember 20, 2009

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - SEPTEMBER 20:  Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots throws a pass against the New York Jets at Giants Stadium on September 20, 2009 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

LAS VEGAS, NV-Well well, I said 3 weeks ago that the Patriots would struggle and that there were issues in the locker room. Many of you Patriots fans gave me the hardest time...

Look even the most die hard Patriots fan can see that management has made a huge mistake by unloading Richard Seymour and not replacing any of the great Patriots with sub par players from other teams.

Like it or not, this is a Patriots team with no push, no offense and a porous defense after two lack luster games that really every fan in the world could see this team should be 0-2. Buffalo outplayed them and the Jets did the same and those are suppose to be the worst teams in their division???

Brady looks absolutely nervous when someone is about to hit him and he really showed his dismay after the week 1 win feeling as if he didn't deserve the victory. Understandable, Patriots fans please take a look in the mirror and realize this is not a Super Bowl team. Everyone picks the team every year and the talent WAS there, but realistically it is gone...Fred Taylor-Come on, Joey Galloway-give us a break, Mike Montgomery-Decent at best, Randy Moss-How much more, he almost done...,  Tom Brady-Hall of famer but Looks good at times, but definitely hurting overall.

Sorry Patriots fans, its tough to swallow after many winning years but it happens to all great franchises. Its too bad the Patriots have taken the Yankees approch to Players, it doesnt work, Mr. Kraft stick to what worked.