Tom Brady explains his sideline message to his receivers on Sunday night

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One of the biggest clips we all saw after Sunday nights loss to the Texans, was the clip of Tom Brady giving a speech to his receivers that appeared to be full of motivation and profanity. Lip readers were able to pull out words like "faster" and "aggressive" (along with some other choice terms). The message came after rookie Jakobi Meyers forgot the go part of a stop and go route, which made Brady visibly frustrated.

During an interview with Jim Gray on Westwood One Radio, Brady was able to elaborate a little more on what his message was about. “I do that quite a bit in practice,” Brady said. “I know they don’t always pick it up when I do speak, but I speak a lot in meetings, on the practice field and certainly in the games and in the huddle. I’m just trying to communicate what I see. A lot of other guys are doing the same thing. It was a tough game (Sunday) night. (The Texans) came out and played really well, and they played very aggressively. When that happens, you’ve got to go out there and you’ve got to try to match it. They got off to a great start, and we tried to battle back and just came up short in the end.”

There were several Patriots that didn't appear to be on the same page with Brady, including this breakdown of a failed redzone route by Philip Dorsett.

These are certainly the problems you would rather be dealing with in September than December, but there is still enough season left for the offense to hopefully figure themselves out before the playoffs.

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