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In the NFL, coaching not to lose can prove costly
Question of the Day
Playing not to lose.
“This was one of those games that became a matter of red zone stops,” Edwards said. “A couple times New England couldn’t score in the red zone. But when you keep it close, with two elite quarterbacks, when you get that, it all depends on who has the ball last, and that’s what happened. Never fails.”
Brady rarely fails in such situations, particularly when he is facing a three-man rush. As Edwards noted, Ryan tried to mix up his schemes and twice did rush five men, hoping to force Brady into an uncomfortable throw.
Why? At least if the opponent quickly beats your aggressive defense with a big play, you have time to rally with one of your own. Brady might be the master at such comebacks, but Brees isn’t too bad, either.
AP Sports Writer Brett Martel in New Orleans contributed to this story.
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