Jets suffer from the same problem Dan Leberfeld
The Pittsburgh Steelers lost to the New England Patriots, 36-17, in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday.
ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler had an interesting blog about the game with the headline – “The Patriots problem: Brady-Belichick loom large over Steelers’ progress.”
The Jets have the same problem, and have for many years.
It’s probably more of a “Brady-problem” than a “Belichick-problem.”
While Belichick is a great coach, the NFL is a QB-driven league, so it’s Brady’s greatness that is the #1 reason for the Patriots’ dominance.
So until Brady retires, or his game slips, the Jets, Steelers and the entire AFC is going to have a “Patriots problem.”
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