Before Sunday night’s Seahawks-Rams game, former Patriots safety Rodney Harrison gave some interesting words regarding his former team.
🗣️ "You’re starting to see a lot of panic from the guys in charge."
Rodney Harrison senses serious concern in New England after the Patriots' loss to the Chiefs…https://t.co/uHGcGeOcT1 pic.twitter.com/6Yfabvr8jG
— NBC Sports Boston (@NBCSBoston) December 9, 2019
Harrison cites Tom Brady’s sideline shouting and Bill Belichick’s cursing at officials as a sign of worry among the organization. This is far from the first time we’ve seen Brady animated on the sidelines or Belichick confront officials so it’s interesting to see Harrison choose now to say that means panic.
He also spoke regarding Brady individually.
Rodney Harrison on The Mike Tirico Podcast: “The Patriots, they have a lot of problems. They’re in trouble. … You can start to see that Tom Brady, he’s just not the same player.”
— Ryan Hannable (@RyanHannable) December 9, 2019
The former Pro Bowler could be just feeding into the noise surrounding this team or he may be on to something; it’s tough to tell at the moment. All of the quotes coming out of the locker room after the loss seem to be the opposite of panic, though.
We’ll see if the team can hold down their “panic” when they go against the Bengals next week.