One of the areas that the
On New England’s first series of the third quarter, quarterback
Brady went back to Williams three more times in the second half, connecting with Lloyd for 13 yards and Welker for seven before misfiring on another pass to Lloyd.
Brady's fondness for attacking the left side of the Ravens defense raised questions about Williams' cover skills, but defensive coordinator Dean Pees said the more appropriate subject to discuss is Brady's ability to read defenses.
“What probably everybody needs to do is watch a little more Brady film and find out there’s a lot of corners that struggle,” Pees said prior to Tuesday’s practice. “There were some back-shoulder fades there, some stop things that they do exceptionally, exceptionally well – as well as any team I’ve seen in football. I witnessed it for six years when I had some pretty good corners up there with
Williams’ troubles may have revived the debate over whether