Yesterday, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark visited ESPN’s “NFL Live” and was asked to talk about the vulnerabilities of the New England Patriots.
Clark said the key to dismantling the Patriots is to play man-to-man defense and continually put pressure on Tom Brady rather than dropping extra players back into coverage, because it makes the three-time Super Bowl Champion see ghosts. Wait. What did he say?
“When Tom Brady gets pressure and when you’re man-to-man and bumping those guys and making it hard for him to throw, he sees ghosts.”
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