In the wake of the Patriots' 24-23 loss to the Seahawks, former Patriots defensive back Ty Law calls the current Pats' secondary the worst in the league.
"I don't even know where to begin," Law told Michael Felger on "Patriots Postgame Live." "There's just so many gaps and holes.
Pointing out that Seattle rookie quarterback Russell Wilson connected for seven plays of 20 yards or more, Law said: "This has to be the worst secondary in football right now. They're not learning from their mistakes."
The solution? Law isn't sure. "Either the personnel needs an adjustment or somebody needs to talk to the secondary coach or the defensive back coach because something's got to change."
Felger asked if the Pats' secondary is being coached not to turn and look for the ball while covering receivers, to which Law replied, "If someone is coaching them not to turn for the football, then fire your defensive backs coach."