Originally Posted by htismaqe
New England does not use a traditional pro set.
Houston runs a very specific flavor of the WCO that came from Mike Shanahan.
Brady rarely runs and is rarely a threat to do so. They are not built on tons of misdirection fakes and stacked backfields that he's running play action on. That's my point, not that they don't run 2 TE sets more than the typical team does. Brady is a traditional pocket passer, and he rarely moves out of it or rolls.
The point of this article is how you use the QB as a legit running threat to change the defense. NE does not do that whatsoever.