The Boston Globe notes that Patriots QB Tom Brady and WR Brandon Lloyd haven't found 'instant chemistry" this preseason.
"From what we saw during practice, it looked like Brady and his newest receiver toy had been playing together for years. They routinely made big plays, and while it wasn’t exactly Randy Moss-like chemistry, it was promising. In two preseason games, the Brady-Lloyd connection is far from a finished product. Doesn’t matter. Aaron Hernandez has ascended to Brady’s No. 1 option, with Wes Welker next, and then Rob Gronkowski depending on matchups. Brady looks incomplete when Welker isn’t in the lineup, like Friday night."