New England Patriots Rumors: Tom Brady’s per seconds attempt to be affected as Nate Solder is out for the season

The New England’s 4-0 start can be attributed to Tom Brady’s quick passing progress but not all must be credited on him. Brady needs an offensive line to protect him to find his receivers.

Bad news for the Patriots as Nate Solder, Patriots’ starting left tackle, is reported to have a torn right biceps injury that will take him out the rest of the 2015 season. New England placed him to injured reserve Wednesday.

Boston Globe’ Jim McBride reported it firs:

It remains to be seen if the Patriots will be strongly affected by the absence of Solder. But it will surely have an impact on Brady’s ability to keep the ball because his blindside protector is gone. Patriots will likely utilize Marcus Cannon to replace Solder. We all know that Bill Belichick is smart enough to select the best player to replace the injured Solder.

Brady’s excellent ability to get the ball out quickly should advance the Patriots make up for Solder’s absence. Solder, 27, incurred the injury during Sunday’s win over the Cowboys. The Patriots signed Solder to a two-year, $20.1 million extension early last month.

The Patriots are playing well with their best start since 2007 in which they went for 16-0 in regular season then lost to the Giants in the Super Bowl. Will the Patriots struggle without Solder?

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