Time to worry about Tom Terrific?

In his first game without Randy Moss, Tom Brady has looked like a mere mortal.

After one half of football, he’s thrown for a mere 90 yards with no touchdowns against the Ravens. Sure, the matchup is tough, but Brady clearly doesn’t have that deep threat in the pass attack anymore.

Right now his leading receiver is tight end Aaron Hernandez, who has two catches for 37.

I’m not going to call Brady a matchup-based starter — he’s going to put up his share of big games — but he might not be the must-start quarterback we’ve seen in recent seasons.

— Michael Fabiano

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