Tom Brady received a fair amount of grief for his obvious in-game frustration with his wide receivers.
Some have called it petulant, referring to his actions as "hissy fits." But does that necessarily make what he did wrong?
Peter King of the MMQB doesn't think so.
"There's something said for your leader basically telling you in no uncertain terms, that this is not acceptable," King said. "To Aaron Dobson, Kenbrell Thompkins, you have got to get up to speed and you got to get up to speed right now…Keeping the pedal on the gas is the way right now that Tom Brady thinks is the best way to get these guys to respond."
Brady has already said that he needs to improve in this category, citing it under "body language." Do you think he was genuine in that comment or will he continue his fiery ways? And which is better to remain patient no matter the drops or to get on your guys for their mistakes? Give us your thoughts in the comments section.