Quick Slants The Podcast: Benoit says Texans may have blueprint to beat Pats

People bristle around here when it’s suggested that Patriots offensive success is because of the system and the scheme. It feels like a whack at the singular talent of the players. It suggests that what’s gone on in New England for nearly two decades isn’t because Tom Brady, Wes Welker, Deion Branch, James White, Shane Vereen, Chris Hogan or Julian Edelman (I could go on) are excellent players but simply landed in the right spot. It’s the NFL version of “check your privilege.” If you play for the Patriots, you were born on third base, don’t think you hit a triple. There are seasons, games and players that bolster the argument. Matt Cassel’s 11-5 season in 2008 when Brady blew out his knee is

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