Re: Brady cost that game w/ his OVER THROWING IDIOT PLUS THERE DEFENSE WAS A JOKE
posted at 10/11/2009 10:03 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Brady cost that game w/ his OVER THROWING IDIOT PLUS THERE DEFENSE WAS A JOKE
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Brady cost that game w/ his OVER THROWING IDIOT PLUS THERE DEFENSE WAS A JOKE : Friend: you "don't agree about the defense?" What is it exactly that you don't agree about - the 90 yard or the 98 yard drives for TDs? Not to disparage you in any way, I'm just wondering what game you watched - because from what I saw this loss was all about the defense.
Posted by simroy[/QUOTE]
All about the Defense? Really?
Hmmm I did not know Brady played Defense. I am not trying to be a wise guy here but i could ask you the same question about the game you watched. ... or at least the box scores you hopefully checked out.
It was a close game, an overtime win obviously.
The D gave up 20 points sure but only 2 TD's. Generally that is good enough to win in this league.
The D did NOT give up a 100 yard rusher OR receiver individually.
The D did not give up any "big" plays. All the Receiver YPC avg's were modest.
The D created a turnover by forcing a Moreno fumble. Actually almost 2 but the ref had a quick whistle and called forward progressed stopped. Not sure if we even recovered that one though.
Our offense on the other hand did NOT capitalize on all the good opportunities the coaching staff put them into.
Brady was only 19/33. Welker helped him even have those stats by making a few shoe-string catches.
Brady over threw Moss in the end zone.
Brady over threw for a 3rd down conversion.
Brady hit Welker in the shoe on a 3rd conversion that "seemed" to be headed for the end zone with nothing but green grass in front of him.
Brady threw a 3rd down pass high enough to make Welker jump stretched out for allowing Champ to get hand in and break up.
Brady lost a fumble and created a turnover.
Ghost missed a field goal from a range he usually hits. Does he play defense too?
After Matt Light got injured the Pats went into Ultra conservative mode in their play calling and never sustained a drive. I would like to know what their 3rd down conversion stats were for the game.
I am not saying the D played like world beaters but they played a solid game keeping everything in front of them and made a couple HUGE plays as well on 3rd and short, forcing Denver to punt.
All defense? Really? Seriously? Are you kidding me? I ask you again, what game was it exactly that you were watching?