Bill O’Brien Explains Why It’s Difficult To Prepare For Brady


After beating a depleted Oakland Raiders ballclub, Bill O’Brien’s team has the ultimate challenge in front of them this weekend. Many are projecting Tom Brady and his Patriots to win their fifth Super Bowl title in February.

However, the Texans are looking to play spoiler, but O’Brien realizes it starts with containing Brady.

“He’s done it with different types of teams, different teammates,” O’Brien said. “He’s a great quarterback. So in preparation for him, it’s very difficult. You have to make sure that, number one, that you do your job. That your players understand what their role in the game is and how they’re supposed to perform on every single play.”

Brady finished the season with a touchdown to interception ratio of 28 to 2.

Source: houstontexans.com

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