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Brendon Ayanbadejo thinks the Patriots no-huddle offense is a 'gimmick'

Patrick Smith

Brendon Ayanbadejo is not a fan of the Patriots' no-huddle offense. In fact, he doesn't seem to like anything about the Patriots.

The New England Patriots have been unbelievable successful for more than a decade now and much of that is because of the Tom Brady-led offense. But ask Brendon Ayanbadejo about that offense and you won't hear many compliments. He's not exactly a fan of what New England does.

What could the Patriots be doing that upsets Ayanbadejo so much? Illegal and dangerous chop blocks? That has to be it. Nope. Maybe they're throwing dirt (or rubber pellets from turf) in guys' faces like they do in the movies? Nope.

What has Ayanbadejo so upset is the no-huddle offense. Yeah, that new thing.

It's a pretty successful gimmick. It's also a gimmick that his quarterback, Joe Flacco, credited for getting the Baltimore Ravens' offense going. But Ayanbadejo probably throws a fit on the sideline whenever Flacco and the Ravens move the ball 80 yards for a touchdown using that "gimmick." Probably.

But Ayanbadejo had some more word for the Patriots, who he and the Ravens could play next week in the AFC Championship Game. The Ravens' linebacker and special teams ace, well, let's say he's not exactly fond of the Patriots organization.

Whoa damn. When was the last time you heard about Spygate? Ayanbadejo is bringing it back!

The ring-less Ayanbadejo has one last message for the Pats.

Throwing. 'Bows!

Gimmick, Spygate and 18-1? Next week could be tasty.

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