You can’t really blame Tom Brady for Sunday’s loss, but he did have an opportunity to give the team a final chance to fix the wrongs that was levied against the Patriots by the refs.
On the final fourth down play for the Patriots during the game, Chiefs sent an all-out Blitz towards the 42-year-old who elected to throw a floated to Julian Edelman that got knocked down.
Upon closer inspection, you will see that Jakobi Meyers was open long enough to possibly catch the ball and get a touchdown, and if he couldn’t do that, he would’ve at least gotten a first down for a Patriots team that had one more timeout in their back-pocket.
That brings us back to trust, something Brady might not have in Meyers, who is known for dropping passes at a high rate.
Meyers had two drops on Sunday, catching one pass for 35 yards in the team’s 23-17 loss to the Chiefs.