Last night, Tom Brady was visibly frustrated.
It was pretty understandable too, as his receivers were constantly either running the wrong routes or dropping the ball. Still, Mr. Brady was not exactly perfect himself. Barking at his young receivers that are still developing, isn't going to do much for either his public image or their confidence.
After the outburst in the video above, Brady must've been talked to. He addressed the subject in his post-game press conference.
"I've got to do a better job with my body language," Brady said. "I can definitely improve on that. I wouldn't say that's a real strong point of mine right now."
It's not unusual to see Brady this upset, though the national media seems surprised. Brady went nuts last year when his team was getting blown out against the San Francisco 49ers. Before that, he and offensive coordinator Bill O'Brian had a bit of an argument on the sideline. Before that, he was chewing out his wide receivers (Welker included) in a 2010 regular season win over the Steelers. Before that, Joey Galloway.
Brady doesn't like losing and demands perfection from everyone around him. He's not going to get that this year.
So yes, while Brady is justified in being upset, he needs to understand that these are young receivers and going off on them isn't going to solve the problem.