I'm of the school of thought that when a defense is exposed through the air, the pass rush is the first to blame.
A lot of postgame analysis heavily criticized secondary members like Drayton Florence, Leodis McKelvin and especially Donte Whitner, and while some of the bad reviews were warranted, the defensive front and the linebackers rarely got even close to Tom Brady.
He had three, four, and sometimes more than five seconds to throw the football.
You give me the best secondary of all time, and Brady would still have a gigantic day.
Where are the blitzes, honestly?
Teams like the Ravens and the Jets have had success against Brady by throwing extreme pressure his way.
The Bills didn't play as much 3-4 as expected, and I know the Patriots offense can be scary, but obviously sitting back and trying to cover their talented wide outs and tight ends isn't the winning formula.
Please, blitz for once.
P.S. Donte Whitner needs to quit talking, because he's the biggest weakness in the secondary.