In today’s pass-happy NFL, how do you stop a quarterback like Tom Brady–or any other QB for that matter?
It looked, through three quarters, like the Atlanta Falcons had that answer diagnosed and ready to go for Super Bowl LI. How did they do it? And why then did they wind up losing?
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Super Bowl LI: Atlanta found the recipe…then lost it, and the game
It turns out, you stop quarterbacks today the same way it was always done back in the day: “the quarterback must go down, and he must go down hard.”
Almost, But Not Quite
Nope–Team Floating Demon Head flies on–for now.