Indianapolis Colts` Jim Irsay: New England Patriots Legend Tom Brady ‘Not From This Planet’ – NFL Tracker

Indianapolis Colts’ Jim Irsay: New England Patriots Legend Tom Brady ‘Not From This Planet’ – NFL Tracker “I came to find out that Tom was not from this planet,” Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said of the New England Patriots legend.
“And he still refuses to be tested for his outer space roots.
What Tom’s done with the Super Bowl victories, it’s hard to put anyone’s career at quarterback up against his.
” ut that Tom was not from this planet,” Irsay said.
“And he still refuses to be tested for his outer space roots.
What Tom did with the Super Bowl win, it’s hard to compare anyone’s quarterback career to his.
PATRIOTS ASSISTANT COACH BO HARDEGREE BECOME OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR FOR LAS VEGAS RAIDERS — Although the Sin City news isn’t the best for former New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels — who has was relieved of his duties as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders early Thursday morning – another former Pats coach was promoted to the Silver and Black ranks.
As reported by NFL Network, the Raiders coach named quarterback Bo Hardegree as new offensive coordinator.
Hardegree will succeed former Raiders OC Mick Lombardi, who was also fired along with McDaniels.
Lombardi also served as an assistant for the Patriots from 2020 to 2021.
Hardegree began his career as a graduate assistant at Duke in 2008, before accepting an intern position at LSU in 2011.
Hardegree entered the coaching ranks in the NFL with the Denver Broncos in 2014.
During his time in Denver, he worked closely with Adam Gase.
on the Broncos’ offensive coaching staff.
He also worked as an assistant on the coaching staffs of the Chicago Bears and New York Jets.
He also spent two seasons (2016-2018) as quarterbacks coach for the Miami Dolphins.
The 39-year-old joined the New England staff ahead of the 2021 season as assistant quarterbacks coach.
He played an integral role alongside McDaniels in the development of Pats rookie quarterback Mac Jones.
The Alabama product leads all rookies with a 67.
6 completion percentage and 92.
5 passing percentage, while compiling 3,801 yards and 22 touchdowns.
Hardegree faces a tall task in reviving an offense that currently ranks 31st in total offense and 30th in scoring this season.
He will do so under Raiders interim head coach Antonio Pierce, who has been promoted to linebackers coach.
31 UNTRADED TOP 2 SWITCHERS AHEAD OF THE PATS GAME — The Patriots’ struggling offense could use some good news these days, and they got it on Tuesday.
Sunday’s opponents at Gillette Stadium – the Commanders – traded away their two best pass rushers in futures deals.
Washington, 3-5, pulled off a mini-trade, trading Montez Sweat to the Bears and then trading former No.
2 overall draft pick Chase Young to the 49ers.
Young and Sweat accounted for 11.
5 of the Commanders’ 25 sacks and 43 percent of their quarterback pressures.
These moves will be music to the ears of Pats offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien and quarterback Mac Jones.
Partly because of an inconsistent offensive line and multiple injuries, New England has topped 20 points just once this season and hasn’t had a 300-yard passing game since Jones threw 54 passes in season-opening loss to the Eagles.
At least for a week, the job of protecting Jones in the pocket has gotten a little easier.
– Is there a chance Washington Commanders quarterback Chase Young will suit up for Sunday’s Week 9 game at Gillette Stadium in the home team’s locker room?
According to a report Tuesday from Jeff Howe of

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