Re: The Real Way to Rebuild your Defense on the Fly!
posted at 10/21/2012 8:42 AM EDT
In response to Bunker Spreckels' comment:
In response to digger0862's comment:
In response to FrnkBnhm's comment:
I would agree that Eli 75% completion percent and 103 passer rating was a part of why they Patriots lost. If the Patriots had a good pass defense Manning would not have two Super Bowl MVP trophies...
If the Patriots were better they would have won. Brilliant.
Manning wouldn't have had that rating if our offense didn't act like morons on 3 key plays in the game. The D allowed 1 TD and 2 FGs all game!
Have you noticed that the very dumb Pats fan on this board looks at box scores exclusively as their reasoning for something and either don't watch the games to see how a game progresses and they whys at to how something unfolded?
It's like they're accepting of the concept that Eli Manning totally outplayed Brady. Manning didn't take s Safety on the first play from scrimmage, didn't toss a horrendous INT on 1st down in NE territory to a gimpy TE with an underthrown ball and he didn't throw high to anyone who was wide open.
Fact, fact and fact.
I don't want my QB, who is better than Eli Manning playing worse than Eli Manning when he's paid 20 million per year. Period.
I seriously can't believe you are this capable to write something so stupid (although I think we're all past the point of surprise with you).
Let's just make it simple so even YOU can understand. If and that's a huge IF, the Patriot's defense was able to magically play good pass defense in our last Super Bowl and beat the Giants Brady would of won the game's MVP award hands down...money, no problem, guaranteed. Why? Not because he's Mr. Cutie Pants or Mr. Spoiled Bratt, but because he played pretty darn well during that game against a defense that was pressuring him the entire game. He played well without the aid of a decent running back or defense that could get him the ball back. He moved the ball (and scored) despite having to start from some of the most terrible field position in the history of this game. Why did he have terrible field position? Because when the defense did magically "stop" the Giants they ate up so much clock and field that we were consistently pinned deep. Despite that, Brady lead this offense on one of the longest drives in Super Bowl history for a score.
It's cute though how you can pin point two mistakes he made in what? Forty Pass attempts? You don't mention any of the drops by our wide receivers (one that would of won the game for us) and two others that could of won the game for us on that last drive. You don't metion that he was playing with TWO tightends that were injured up (to say the least) and you make no mention that what was left of our offense was Welker, a guy that's not really a wide receiver (Edelman) and a wife beating twitter hack (Ocho - Rusty's binky).
Hey, how's Ocho working out for you? You still think he has skills and all he needs is a QB that will involve him in the offense? How involved is he now, bozo?