Take it from Wade Phillips, slowing down Tom Brady is a goal often sought, but seldom achieved.
"Good luck," the new defensive coordinator of the Los Angeles Rams said this week when asked about the difficulty of taking the Patriots quarterback out of his comfort zone. "He's good no matter what."
And that's coming from a guy who's had at least some recent success bothering Tom Terrific.
Brady enters Sunday's matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers with a 6-4 record in AFC championship games, including 4-1 at home.
But the constant in each of his losses has been when he's faced a defense that's managed to apply pressure up front and forced him...