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#157 I Mean He Was Found Guilty

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    so this site thinks jerry jones is a good owner now i guess

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 09:02 PM

I bet it was a doozy the first time the 'lol NASCAR' joke was made.

Have you ever considered referencing a major motion picture like, say, Deliverance? That would be pretty creative.

#158 I Mean He Was Found Guilty

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    so this site thinks jerry jones is a good owner now i guess

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 09:04 PM

Where's pantherfanforlife in all this. wasn't he claiming to be a patriots fan just before his last embarrassing meltdown?

#159 Pox 08

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 09:09 PM

by the 2nd quarter,  Mitchell and Kuechly will have Gronk afraid to catch the ball.       I see one explosive , bone jarring hit on Gronk by each of them. 



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 09:20 PM

This is what happens when you spend your life playing Madden and never see the sunshine or get fresh air.Put down the controller,kiss mommy on the cheek and go outside and play. She will have cookies and milk waiting for you and tuck you in for nighty night. And by the way,take your stats and shove them way up your ass......they mean nothing little man.

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 09:29 PM

All-Time Top 10 Career passing statistics all higher then Joe Montana except for Superbowl wins
Joe Montana has ONLY one more Superbowl ring then Tom, with Jerry Rice, John Taylor and Roger Craig compared to Givens, Patten, Branch
Patriots defense was never the 85 bears or 00 Ravens and didn't have who many people considered stars back then but a bunch of "journey men"
Tom Brady holds the record for the most touchdown passes in a season 50. That has nothing to do with coaching
Tom Brady has 40 game winning drives, 8th all time.
The only quarterback along with Joe Montana to have multiple superbowl MVPs AND league MVPs
The first ever unanimously voted MVP for a quarterback ever
A winning record head to head against Peyton Manning with all of Peyton's HOF toys that he had
The most playoff wins by a quarterback of all time
8 probowl appearances
The third highest passer rating of all time - checkout pro football reference.com
Wes Welker drop away from winning the superbowl in 2011 with the 31st ranked defense and a banged up Rob Gronkowski
Engineered the 3rd highest scoring offense of all time last year with no Rob Gronkowski and a total QBR of 93%

I can go on and on and on......

Oh year, for year Peyton had Harrison, Wayne, Clark and Edgerrin James..
you give Tom a little known slot receiver from MIA and a washed up "slow" Randy Moss and breaks every passer record known to mankind, shattered Peyton Manning's records and go undefeated and nearly break the hearts of Mercury Morris and Bob Griese.. how can you not respect that.

Tom Brady is so great and the best but people are so hateful and jealous that they will say things that are stupid. But that's ok because the game will be played on the field where Brady always showcases his greatness.

Tom Brady TDs totals the years he won Super Bowls:
18
23
28

Pats scoring defenses the years they won Super Bowls:

1
1
6


Tom Brady has never won a Super Bowl without being just a game manager behind a great defense.

Since he was asked to become the focal point of the offense he has choked every time.

Pats need to go back to hiding Brady so they can have a chance again. He is just a glorified Matt Ryan.

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 09:40 PM

In each SB, both the wins & the losses, the Pats defense failed to get stops when it counted. All Brady did was bring them back, time and again.

 

The win against the Rams was on the D, with help from Brady. The others? Brady put them  in a position  to win all of them.

 

Tom Brady TDs totals the years he won Super Bowls:
18
23
28

Pats scoring defenses the years they won Super Bowls:

1
1
6


Tom Brady has never won a Super Bowl without being just a game manager behind a great defense.

Since he was asked to become the focal point of the offense he has choked every time.

Pats need to go back to hiding Brady so they can have a chance again. He is just a glorified Matt Ryan.

 



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 09:53 PM

I miss the Tony Eason days when Patriots fans didn't exist.

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 10:03 PM

In each SB, both the wins & the losses, the Pats defense failed to get stops when it counted. All Brady did was bring them back, time and again.

 

The win against the Rams was on the D, with help from Brady. The others? Brady put them  in a position  to win all of them.

 

In 2001 if the Pats don't hold the Raiders to 13 points they don't even get out of the first game of the playoffs (not to mention the "tuck rule")

 

Brady was so bad that game, that people had questions if he was a legit long term answer in New England.  Like this blurb on ESPN

 

 

The performance of Brady, the wunderkind who replaced injured Drew Bledsoe, may give the Patriots slight pause when they contemplate trading the franchise passer during the offseason. There were times -- much of the night under the prime-time lights -- that Brady looked like the 24-year-old he is. On a critical third down early in the fourth quarter, he had nearly 10 seconds to throw the ball and still managed to over-throw tight end Jermaine Wiggins. He missed two open receivers in the end zone -- by yards, not feet.

 

He didn't throw for more than 146 yards the rest of the playoff run

 

 

in 2003 he could only muster 3 points in the second half against the Titans in the first round, but the Pats defense shut down McNair and the Titans offense.  Brady barely completed 50% of his passes and averaged less than 5 yards per attempt.  Oh yeah and Brady only had one 300+ yard passing game that whole regular season.

 

 

In 2004, in the first round Brady could only manage 115 passing yards against a weak Colts defense, but the great Patriots defense held Peyton Manning and the Colts to only 3 points for the entire game.

 

 

Since then, Brady hasn't won any Super Bowls.  As he has become the focal point of the offense they have choked.

 

The Patriots were clearly a much better franchise when they hid Brady behind a great top shelf defense and didn't ask him to do to much.  I mean, that much is obvious right?  They won 3 titles with him as a game manager and zero titles with him as the focal point.

 

 



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 10:28 PM

In the raiders game, he threw for 13 straight completions, in a driving snow storm. He put them in a position to win.

 

Their defense was great, but as I stated, in the super bowls, not so much. The bigger the game the better he plays. 

 

When the Pats d declined, the Pats had to outscore teams, which they did in record-setting fashion. 

 

Now? The D has gotten better, and the offense is clicking again. Expect to see them in the meadowlands in February.

 

I'll take Brady over anybody. Most coaches / owners / players would agree.

 

In 2001 if the Pats don't hold the Raiders to 13 points they don't even get out of the first game of the playoffs (not to mention the "tuck rule")

 

Brady was so bad that game, that people had questions if he was a legit long term answer in New England.  Like this blurb on ESPN

 

 

He didn't throw for more than 146 yards the rest of the playoff run

 

 

in 2003 he could only muster 3 points in the second half against the Titans in the first round, but the Pats defense shut down McNair and the Titans offense.  Brady barely completed 50% of his passes and averaged less than 5 yards per attempt.  Oh yeah and Brady only had one 300+ yard passing game that whole regular season.

 

 

In 2004, in the first round Brady could only manage 115 passing yards against a weak Colts defense, but the great Patriots defense held Peyton Manning and the Colts to only 3 points for the entire game.

 

 

Since then, Brady hasn't won any Super Bowls.  As he has become the focal point of the offense they have choked.

 

The Patriots were clearly a much better franchise when they hid Brady behind a great top shelf defense and didn't ask him to do to much.  I mean, that much is obvious right?  They won 3 titles with him as a game manager and zero titles with him as the focal point.

 



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 10:51 PM

In the raiders game, he threw for 13 straight completions, behind riving snow storm. He put them in a position to win.

Their defense was great, but as I stated, in the super bowls, not so much. The bigger the game the better he plays.

When the Pats d declined, the Pats had to outscore teams, which they did in record-setting fashion.

Now? The D has gotten better, and the offense is clicking again. Expect to see them in the meadowlands in February.

I'll take Brady over anybody. Most coaches / owners / players would agree.


If it wasn't for their defense (and a tuck rule) he wouldn't have even been in those three Super Bowls.
They had to hide him most of the time. I just gave you three examples of that.

He was a game manager. He was basically like Jake Delhomme (who also had a great Super Bowl game and a bunch of come from behind wins).

Ever since he has become the focal point they haven't won a Super Bowl.

They need to get back to hiding him so they can win it again.

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:05 PM

I agree. The Pats have to draft a 700lb center he can crouch behind him. That'll put them over the top!

 

 

 

If it wasn't for their defense (and a tuck rule) he wouldn't have even been in those three Super Bowls.
They had to hide him most of the time. I just gave you three examples of that.

He was a game manager. He was basically like Jake Delhomme (who also had a great Super Bowl game and a bunch of come from behind wins).

Ever since he has become the focal point they haven't won a Super Bowl.

They need to get back to hiding him so they can win it again.

 



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:30 PM

I'm going to record my band wagon patriot fan step son during the game and post it on here so we can all laugh and point at him