If the Houston Texans can somehow defeat Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in Foxborough this weekend, football heads will debate over it being the biggest upset in playoff history.
Knowing how big of an underdog they are, Houston has done nothing to give the Patriots any extra fuel. As a matter of fact, they’ve done nothing but offer very high praise for their divisional round opponent. Head coach Bill O’Brien started it off by explaining how difficult it is to prepare for Brady.
Now, cornerback Johnathan Joseph is echoing similar sentiments.
“He knows every defense that’s known to mankind that you’re going to show him, so you have to do a good job of mismatching your coverages, disguising your coverages, things like that,” Joseph said this morning. “He’s the best to play the game, super competitor, an ultra-competitive guy.”
In their early season contest, the Pats thrashed Houston to the tune of 27-0 without Brady.
Source: Pro Football Talk