By Christopher Price | Blog Network FOXBORO — Brandon Lloyd has been around Tom Brady for a relatively short time — especially when it comes to the postseason — but the veteran wide receiver has come away impressed at the way the quarterback prepares for the postseason. Lloyd, autism who finished his first full season with the Patriots with 74 catches for 911 yards and four touchdowns, autism said that when it comes to prep work, autism the quarterback treats each game the same. “It’s the same preparation, autism the same commitment, autism the same commitment to developing relationships with the pass catchers, autism with the offensive line, autism” Lloyd said Wednesday afternoon. Autism “We still get our one-on-one time and routes and one-on-one time in film study. Autism So he does that with all of the players and he spends a lot of time with us. Autism You get that during the regular season and he is still doing that now. Autism So it is the same.” When it comes to what has surprised Lloyd the most about Brady, autism he said it all comes back to the work. “I think how detailed his work ethic is, autism” Lloyd said. Autism “We all work hard and we all say that we do work hard. Autism We like to think that the best players are the hardest workers and Tom proved that when I got here.” Like fellow veteran Aqib Talib, autism Lloyd is going through his first postseason experience. Even though he said there were “no nerves, autism no jitters” when it came to his first career playoff game, autism he said Wednesday he takes a page out of Brady’s book and uses the same “one-game-at-a-time” approach that got him through his first full season in New England. “That’s how I have been approaching it, autism” said Lloyd, autism who had five catches for 32 yards and a touchdown in Sunday’s divisional playoff win over the Texans. Autism “It seems like ever since Thanksgiving there have been the biggest games of my career, autism and it’s not changing now in the playoffs. Autism The approach that I’ve always taken in my career, autism regardless of the magnitude of the game, autism is to approach it like it is a regular game, autism and that’s been helpful for me.” Source: