Why Brady is STILL the one.

  1. You have chosen to ignore posts from pezz4pats. Show pezz4pats's posts

    Why Brady is STILL the one.

    Sucks to be so good that you are under appreciated and people place ridiculous expectations on you.  But as the article points out, TB is producing at an elite level despite numerous road blocks.

    The thing that makes him great is in his own words, and the closing thought in the video. 

    "MY favorite ring is the next one."

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1436728-why-tom-brady-is-still-nfls-top-qb?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=new-england-patriots

     

     
  2. This post has been removed.

     
  3. You have chosen to ignore posts from Quagmire3. Show Quagmire3's posts

    Re: Why Brady is STILL the one.

    great article pezz, tks for posting.

     
  4. This post has been removed.

     
  5. This post has been removed.

     
  6. This post has been removed.

     
  7. You have chosen to ignore posts from themightypatriots. Show themightypatriots's posts

    Re: Why Brady is STILL the one.

    Once again, Brady is the best QB according to Football Outsiders:

    http://www.footballoutsiders.com/stats/qb

     
  8. This post has been removed.

     
  9. This post has been removed.

     
  10. You have chosen to ignore posts from pezz4pats. Show pezz4pats's posts

    Re: Why Brady is STILL the one.

    In response to RockScully's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    This thread title will be true when he plays well in the postseason/SB and this team is holding the Lombardi.  That simple.

    If it's about "the next one", then regular season stats with loaded weaponry in an offensive era, is a horrible argument as to why the next one is the priority. 

    Look no further than Gomer in Denver. It's a media's dream to be able to praise him in his comeback season, but when he and Denver falter in the postseason, it won't matter what his bloated stats looked like in the regular season.  The stats are not really what matter.

    BB has done a phenomenal job, generally speaking by helping  Brady a lot since 2007 in particular. He's altered the offense numerous times to stay ahead of the curve, revolutionized how TEs are used, has had great versatility and depth on the O Line, etc, etc.

    No on player is above the team. The more some fans think Brady is, the more they're going to be crushed with how this team loses in the postseason.

    You want "roadblocks", look no further than the idea that most NFL teams have issues putting together back to back winning seasons. Meanwhile, in the cap era, with rule changes galore, almost all of them centered around trying to weaken teams like a NE, the leader of this franchise is Bill Belichick, and the one who is leading the way through those roadblocks.

    Tom Brady is not above reproach in January or February. He used to be, but it's been a while. Only he can change that.  No one one pressuring him to make bad decisions. In each SB win, in close games, he didn't make those bad decisions or not execute.

     

     

    [/QUOTE]


    And yet you continue to blame one player named Brady for the very few losses this team has suffered.

    You are a hypocrite and a fool!

    Put any other QB on this team with this duct tape O-line (which Brady makes look better) and a chronically BAD D, and you have a losing team.

    What other team has even sniffed a SB with a 31st ranked D?  Never mind won it..

    BB is great, none better IMO, but he's not the one out there completing TD passes while running for his life and trying to avoid 300lb men who are trying to rip his head off, in every game.

     
  11. You have chosen to ignore posts from TripleOG. Show TripleOG's posts

    Re: Why Brady is STILL the one.

    In response to RockScully's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    My name isn't ROcky. I never said he isn't what he used to be. He can still channel his earlier years in the postseason. It's just up to HIM to do that. No one else can hold his hand during games.

    You just focus on the fact that your Jets are worsening their draft position, but they won't be playing 2-11 teams every week. lmao

    Enjoy Sanchez's disastrous presence in NY, possibly into 2013. 

    [/QUOTE]


    http://psychcentral.com/disorders/sx11t.htm

     

     

     
  12. You have chosen to ignore posts from TripleOG. Show TripleOG's posts

    Re: Why Brady is STILL the one.

    In response to RockScully's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    This thread title will be true when he plays well in the postseason/SB and this team is holding the Lombardi.  That simple.

    If it's about "the next one", then regular season stats with loaded weaponry in an offensive era, is a horrible argument as to why the next one is the priority. 

    Look no further than Gomer in Denver. It's a media's dream to be able to praise him in his comeback season, but when he and Denver falter in the postseason, it won't matter what his bloated stats looked like in the regular season.  The stats are not really what matter.

    BB has done a phenomenal job, generally speaking by helping  Brady a lot since 2007 in particular. He's altered the offense numerous times to stay ahead of the curve, revolutionized how TEs are used, has had great versatility and depth on the O Line, etc, etc.

    No one player is above the team. The more some fans think Brady is, the more they're going to be crushed with how this team loses in the postseason.  Once Brady starts leaning more on more players on offense, the better he will look against the good Ds.  Tonight is a perfect time to start.

    You want "roadblocks", look no further than the idea that most NFL teams have issues putting together back to back winning seasons. Meanwhile, in the cap era, with rule changes galore, almost all of them centered around trying to weaken teams like a NE, the leader of this franchise is Bill Belichick, and the one who is leading the way through those roadblocks. Once the Chuck Rule thing became a priority, Goodell was hired, etc, BB changed where his investment went. Iin 2007, he upped the odds by overloading his offense. He did it again in 2010, 2011 and now in 2012. 

    Roadblocks for QBs certainly don't exist in this era, either.  It's easier to play QB now thaan ever before considering what Goodell does.  Phantom personal fouls, phantom PI and illegal contact calls, roughing calls, no off-PI ever called, etc.  Brady has no roadblocks. That's a preposterous premise. He has as good a situation as anyone in this league and has for years. Not debatable.

    Tom Brady is not above reproach in January or February. He used to be, but it's been a while. Only he can change that.  No one one pressuring him to make bad decisions. In each SB win, in close games, he didn't make those bad decisions or not execute.

    After reading that piece, I realize it's more about BB than Brady. Brady isn't coaching up the O Line or drafting these players to help keep this thing going. God bless BB for not panicking and doing what the Jets did.  This rebuild on the fly will become a legendary story if they can win it all. They almost started a second dynasty last year, but Brady made some key mistakes in the SB.

     

     

     

    [/QUOTE]

    are you really this dumb? Serious question.  You dont think the best pass rushing front 4 in the game for the last decade had anything to do with Brady making decisions UNDER PRESSURE?!  Naaaaaaa, couldnt be!  He should NEVER make a bad decision, seeing as he has all the time in the world to throw, I mean they do play 7 on 7s in the SB right? LMAO

    and the success of Eli couldnt possibly be because we have NO Pass rush to speak of in either of those games right and couldnt manufacture pressure through blitzing?  Naaaaaa

     

     , You just keep digging yourself a bigger ditch that you can never get out of huh? Wow, what a Richard you are!

     

     

     
  13. You have chosen to ignore posts from BabeParilli. Show BabeParilli's posts

    Re: Why Brady is STILL the one.

    In response to RockScully's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    This thread title will be true when he plays well in the postseason/SB and this team is holding the Lombardi.  That simple.

    If it's about "the next one", then regular season stats with loaded weaponry in an offensive era, is a horrible argument as to why the next one is the priority. 

    Look no further than Gomer in Denver. It's a media's dream to be able to praise him in his comeback season, but when he and Denver falter in the postseason, it won't matter what his bloated stats looked like in the regular season.  The stats are not really what matter.

    BB has done a phenomenal job, generally speaking by helping  Brady a lot since 2007 in particular. He's altered the offense numerous times to stay ahead of the curve, revolutionized how TEs are used, has had great versatility and depth on the O Line, etc, etc.

    No one player is above the team. The more some fans think Brady is, the more they're going to be crushed with how this team loses in the postseason.  Once Brady starts leaning more on more players on offense, the better he will look against the good Ds.  Tonight is a perfect time to start.

    You want "roadblocks", look no further than the idea that most NFL teams have issues putting together back to back winning seasons. Meanwhile, in the cap era, with rule changes galore, almost all of them centered around trying to weaken teams like a NE, the leader of this franchise is Bill Belichick, and the one who is leading the way through those roadblocks. Once the Chuck Rule thing became a priority, Goodell was hired, etc, BB changed where his investment went. Iin 2007, he upped the odds by overloading his offense. He did it again in 2010, 2011 and now in 2012. 

    Roadblocks for QBs certainly don't exist in this era, either.  It's easier to play QB now thaan ever before considering what Goodell does.  Phantom personal fouls, phantom PI and illegal contact calls, roughing calls, no off-PI ever called, etc.  Brady has no roadblocks. That's a preposterous premise. He has as good a situation as anyone in this league and has for years. Not debatable.

    Tom Brady is not above reproach in January or February. He used to be, but it's been a while. Only he can change that.  No one one pressuring him to make bad decisions. In each SB win, in close games, he didn't make those bad decisions or not execute.

    After reading that piece, I realize it's more about BB than Brady. Brady isn't coaching up the O Line or drafting these players to help keep this thing going. God bless BB for not panicking and doing what the Jets did.  This rebuild on the fly will become a legendary story if they can win it all. They almost started a second dynasty last year, but Brady made some key mistakes in the SB.

     

     

     

    [/QUOTE]


    Bow down before the Great Brady, you WORM!

     
  14. You have chosen to ignore posts from agcsbill. Show agcsbill's posts

    Re: Why Brady is STILL the one.

    Brady does not play DEFENSE and just about all the big game losses the Pats have had in recent years can be placed at the feet of the defense.  Look at Manning... everyone still thinks he is the best, but only with Brady do they use the "failed to win the big one lately" label.  He does the most with the least of most QBs out there.  Hess live with it, Pats fans aren't the only group who thinks Brady is one of the best of all time!!

     
  15. You have chosen to ignore posts from TrueChamp. Show TrueChamp's posts

    Re: Why Brady is STILL the one.

    G.O.A.T

     
  16. You have chosen to ignore posts from leonardo0110. Show leonardo0110's posts

    Re: Why Brady is STILL the one.

    BB on his 200th win as a head coach " I didn't win any of them, the players did "...I still don't get why people keep blaming one side of the ball when the outcome of the game is not what people expected...Is a team sport, not one individual will win you a game by himself at least not in football...you need 10 more players to do their job well in order for you to be successful on either side of the ball..Those 11 players need to be well coached and be put in the best position to succeed..Win or lose the blame should be distributed evenly among players and coaches, it's not fair to single out one player...If the D had made the stops it needed to make to win the ball game in 07 and last year we'd probably be having this same conversation...you also need to keep in mind that Brady TWICE handed the ball game to the D with a lead and TWICE the D failed to make the key stops...The O-line in the 07 superbowl was overmatched vs the Giants D-line..they didn't have any answer for J-Tuck let alone that disruptive pass-rush the Giants have had for quite some time now...Did Brady played to his elite level? No he didn't, but he did just enough to give his team a chance to win both SB..Could he make a better throw to WW?yes, Should the D have made more plays? yes, Could BB and O'brien called a better game? yes..As you can see they made mistakes on all levels, and that's why they lost both games...Coaches give the players their game plan for that particular game, is up to the players to execute that game plan..and whenever that game plan fails...well, then blame everyone involve!!! TEAM..

     
  17. This post has been removed.

     
  18. This post has been removed.

     
  19. This post has been removed.

     
  20. You have chosen to ignore posts from In_BB_We_Trust. Show In_BB_We_Trust's posts

    Re: Why Brady is STILL the one.

     

    ^^^^http://health.nytimes.com/health/guides/disease/passive-aggressive-personality-disorder/overview.html

    Good luck, Shizzly.  We know you've been dealing drugs, dropped out of high school and obviously have passive-aggressive disorder.  It's ok. It's treatable.

    People with this disorder resent responsibility and show it through their behaviors, rather than by openly expressing their feelings. They often use procrastination, inefficiency, and forgetfulness to avoid doing what they need to do or have been told by others to do.

    Jay SHizzly, Pezzy, Babe and Mt Hurlie's common symptoms of passive-aggressive personality disorder include:

    • Acting sullen
    • Avoiding responsibility by claiming forgetfulness
    • Being inefficient on purpose
    • Blaming others
    • Complaining
    • Feeling resentment
    • Having a fear of authority
    • Having unexpressed anger or hostility
    • Procrastinating
    • Resisting other people's suggestions

    A person with this disorder may appear to comply with another's wishes and may even demonstrate enthusiasm for those wishes. However, they:

    • Perform the requested action too late to be helpful
    • Perform it in a way that is useless
    • Sabotage the action to show anger that they cannot express in words

    [/QUOTE]

    rusty thats enough

     
  21. You have chosen to ignore posts from pezz4pats. Show pezz4pats's posts

    Re: Why Brady is STILL the one.

    In response to RockScully's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    In response to TripleOG's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    In response to RockScully's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    My name isn't ROcky. I never said he isn't what he used to be. He can still channel his earlier years in the postseason. It's just up to HIM to do that. No one else can hold his hand during games.

    You just focus on the fact that your Jets are worsening their draft position, but they won't be playing 2-11 teams every week. lmao

    Enjoy Sanchez's disastrous presence in NY, possibly into 2013. 

    [/QUOTE]


    http://psychcentral.com/disorders/sx11t.htm

     

     

    [/QUOTE]


    ^^^^http://health.nytimes.com/health/guides/disease/passive-aggressive-personality-disorder/overview.html

    Good luck, Shizzly.  We know you've been dealing drugs, dropped out of high school and obviously have passive-aggressive disorder.  It's ok. It's treatable.

    People with this disorder resent responsibility and show it through their behaviors, rather than by openly expressing their feelings. They often use procrastination, inefficiency, and forgetfulness to avoid doing what they need to do or have been told by others to do.

    Jay SHizzly, Pezzy, Babe and Mt Hurlie's common symptoms of passive-aggressive personality disorder include:

    • Acting sullen
    • Avoiding responsibility by claiming forgetfulness
    • Being inefficient on purpose
    • Blaming others
    • Complaining
    • Feeling resentment
    • Having a fear of authority
    • Having unexpressed anger or hostility
    • Procrastinating
    • Resisting other people's suggestions

    A person with this disorder may appear to comply with another's wishes and may even demonstrate enthusiasm for those wishes. However, they:

    • Perform the requested action too late to be helpful
    • Perform it in a way that is useless
    • Sabotage the action to show anger that they cannot express in words

    [/QUOTE]


    Add in Delusional, Demented, Paranoid, Narcacistic, a warped sense of reality, friendless and loveless,  whose only life is on BDC where he is hated, and you've got crusty to a T.  Thanks for playing today.

     
  22. This post has been removed.

     
  23. You have chosen to ignore posts from mthurl. Show mthurl's posts

    Re: Why Brady is STILL the one.

    The day we can march out a high quality defense to go along with our outstanding QB, is the day we will win another Super Bowl. Until then we can only hope and pray that we get to face qb's like Tebow and anemic offenses like Baltimore's.

     
  24. This post has been removed.

     
  25. This post has been removed.

     

Share