What We Learned: NFL Week 2

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Published: September 21, 2009

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... two of the NFL season saw some early surprises, as teams race out to early division leads. Let’s go back and look at some of the big stories.

Brady’s Not Back

With the exception of his masterful two touchdown comeback in the fourth quarter against Buffalo last week, New England QB Tom Brady looks like a shell of his 2007 record-setting self, and it showed against the New York Jets in week two.

Playing a team that has not beaten Brady’s Patriots in The Meadowlands in nearly a decade, the Jets held Brady in check as he went 23 of 47 for 216 yards and an interception. Even with the game on the line in the fourth quarter, when New England shines, Brady stumbled, getting his pass knocked down on fourth down. While it is still early in the season, and Brady was without favorite target WR Wes Welker, the Patriots are now a game behind the Jets in the AFC East. T...

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