Belichick Blew it! Brady Inconsistent.

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    Belichick Blew it! Brady Inconsistent.

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    You don't waste downs within the 30 yard line when Tom Brady is your quarterback.  You don't assume that your kicker will make every 42 yard kick when under pressure from a specialist in kick blocking and in a very clutch situation.  You just don't do those things and expect to win.  Case in point, yesterday's upset by the freaking Cards.  The freaking Cards!

    Did somebody ask if Brady was in a slump?  Looks like he's not the same guy he used to be, but that may be early season inconsistenicies, but still, he seems to be missing badly on a lot of throws and then acting frustrated with his receivers.  Not good.

    Is the book on Brady that if you hit him it really throws him off his game?  He doesn't like getting hit? The Giants, now the freaking Cards?

    The Card stole one by playing up to our down.  Bully for them, woe be them Pats.

    On the bright side, a needed wake up call?

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    Disagree completely with the over-rated premise that setting up Gostkowski down the middle with a couple of runs, etc., was a bad idea. What is the problem?  A 40 yard kick for him should be a gimme with his leg, no wind, perfect conditions.

    If he simply hits the kick like he would do 99% of the time, no one is even commenting on this supposed "bad coaching".

    Agree completely on Brady looking disengaged and sometimes showing up the receivers on the field.  It almost appeared he was crushed Hernandez was hurt like he didn't know how to run the offense after that.

    Hate to admit this stuff, but it keeps resurfacing.

     

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    My premise is that a coach cannot assume that his kicker will make every kick especialy in a clutch situation against a team with a known kick-blocker.  The result speaks for itself. 

    What if's aren't the basis for a reasonable arguement:  what if the refs had been the regular refs, what if Hernandez hadn't gotten hurt, and you can just go on and on.

    Also what if BB had allowed Brady to use those downs to score.  But it is what it is, he made the decision he made and the Pats lost.

    Nuff said.  End of story.

    But yeah, I agree,  it hurts to watch Brady struggle.

     
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    Re: Belichick Blew it! Brady Inconsistent.

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    I guess. You can't predict when a kicker is going to choke. Even wih the false start on the play before, that kick wouldn't have been good from 25 yards for crying out loud.

    I just don't see how that matters. Once they got the fumble recovered, it was all about how they were going to get closer for Gostkowski, not counting the bad holding call on Gronk with the TD called back.

     

     

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    My point exactly.  Can't assume he's going to choke, but you can't assume it's a sure thing either.  You got a Hall of Fame QB with good weapons at hand and a few downs to use.  I would have liked to see them try for the end zone, I couldn't believe it.  But we all know if he failed we'd all be saying, why didn't he kick the FG?  There's no winning for the coach in this situation when he makes a call that didn't work out.

    Oh, Man, I'm glad you mentioned that call on Gronk, that killed me and spoiled my whole day.  That's the ending I wanted to see.

     

     
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    If the Ghost had hit that FG, everyone would be saying.. " phew, a close one" and not questioning.  When you lose, the questions start.  I am certain the Pats expected better out of those last few plays. 

     
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    Re: Belichick Blew it! Brady Inconsistent.

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    Side note: Perriera (ref head) was on 98.5 late this afternoon and he quickly said that the holding shouldn't have been called.  He insinuated it wasn't enough to call it holding based on how they call holding these days.

    Basically, the team had a chance to steal the win with a gift fumble and blew it.

     

     

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    As much as I hated the call, when you go back and look at it Gronk's arms were extended out and he "held" a tad too long.  It was very noticable.  If I was a Cards fan, I would be complaining if it wasn't called.  I wish it wasn't called but I'm not going to say it shouldn't have been called and I'm certainly not going to say if the regular refs were in there then it wouldn't have been called.

    We have other issues besides this.  Like, why not move the ball for a closer field goal instead of just trying to get it to the middle of the field. 

     
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    Re: Belichick Blew it! Brady Inconsistent.

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    You don't waste downs within the 30 yard line when Tom Brady is your quarterback.  You don't assume that your kicker will make every 42 yard kick when under pressure from a specialist in kick blocking and in a very clutch situation.  You just don't do those things and expect to win.  Case in point, yesterday's upset by the freaking Cards.  The freaking Cards!

    Did somebody ask if Brady was in a slump?  Looks like he's not the same guy he used to be, but that may be early season inconsistenicies, but still, he seems to be missing badly on a lot of throws and then acting frustrated with his receivers.  Not good.

    Is the book on Brady that if you hit him it really throws him off his game?  He doesn't like getting hit? The Giants, now the freaking Cards?

    The Card stole one by playing up to our down.  Bully for them, woe be them Pats.

    On the bright side, a needed wake up call?

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    "You don't waste downs within the 30 yard line when Tom Brady is your quarterback.  You don't assume that your kicker will make every 42 yard kick when under pressure from a specialist in kick blocking and in a very clutch situation.  You just don't do those things and expect to win.  Case in point, yesterday's upset by the freaking Cards.  The freaking Cards!"

     

    this was only one of the many coaching blunders made on the offensive side fo the ball, which include the methodical first down by first down touchdown drive that was way too long when you needed 2 tds.and to get back the ball form the cards. we should not even have had a chance at a td or fg at ehend of that game. there were so many bad coaching moves i stopped counting. i have been just trying to forget everything i saw, it was so painful to watch

     
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    Re: Belichick Blew it! Brady Inconsistent.

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    You don't waste downs within the 30 yard line when Tom Brady is your quarterback.  You don't assume that your kicker will make every 42 yard kick when under pressure from a specialist in kick blocking and in a very clutch situation.  You just don't do those things and expect to win.  Case in point, yesterday's upset by the freaking Cards.  The freaking Cards!

    Did somebody ask if Brady was in a slump?  Looks like he's not the same guy he used to be, but that may be early season inconsistenicies, but still, he seems to be missing badly on a lot of throws and then acting frustrated with his receivers.  Not good.

    Is the book on Brady that if you hit him it really throws him off his game?  He doesn't like getting hit? The Giants, now the freaking Cards?

    The Card stole one by playing up to our down.  Bully for them, woe be them Pats.

    On the bright side, a needed wake up call?

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    "You don't waste downs within the 30 yard line when Tom Brady is your quarterback.  You don't assume that your kicker will make every 42 yard kick when under pressure from a specialist in kick blocking and in a very clutch situation.  You just don't do those things and expect to win.  Case in point, yesterday's upset by the freaking Cards.  The freaking Cards!"

     

    this was only one of the many coaching blunders made on the offensive side fo the ball, which include the methodical first down by first down touchdown drive that was way too long when you needed 2 tds.and to get back the ball form the cards. we should not even have had a chance at a td or fg at ehend of that game. there were so many bad coaching moves i stopped counting. i have been just trying to forget everything i saw, it was so painful to watch

     

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    Ouch, yer right.  It was painful to watch.  Someone had to say it.  BB may soon stand for Bill Blunderbuzz.

    I say get these bad games out of your system early in the season, just don't let them become a habit.  Flat, flat, flat, they were very flat.  Coaches and players.

     
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    Re: Belichick Blew it! Brady Inconsistent.

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    You don't waste downs within the 30 yard line when Tom Brady is your quarterback.  You don't assume that your kicker will make every 42 yard kick when under pressure from a specialist in kick blocking and in a very clutch situation.  You just don't do those things and expect to win.  Case in point, yesterday's upset by the freaking Cards.  The freaking Cards!

    Did somebody ask if Brady was in a slump?  Looks like he's not the same guy he used to be, but that may be early season inconsistenicies, but still, he seems to be missing badly on a lot of throws and then acting frustrated with his receivers.  Not good.

    Is the book on Brady that if you hit him it really throws him off his game?  He doesn't like getting hit? The Giants, now the freaking Cards?

    The Card stole one by playing up to our down.  Bully for them, woe be them Pats.

    On the bright side, a needed wake up call?

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    "You don't waste downs within the 30 yard line when Tom Brady is your quarterback.  You don't assume that your kicker will make every 42 yard kick when under pressure from a specialist in kick blocking and in a very clutch situation.  You just don't do those things and expect to win.  Case in point, yesterday's upset by the freaking Cards.  The freaking Cards!"

     

    this was only one of the many coaching blunders made on the offensive side fo the ball, which include the methodical first down by first down touchdown drive that was way too long when you needed 2 tds.and to get back the ball form the cards. we should not even have had a chance at a td or fg at ehend of that game. there were so many bad coaching moves i stopped counting. i have been just trying to forget everything i saw, it was so painful to watch

     

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    Ouch, yer right.  It was painful to watch.  Someone had to say it.  BB may soon stand for Bill Blunderbuzz.

    I say get these bad games out of your system early in the season, just don't let them become a habit.  Flat, flat, flat, they were very flat.  Coaches and players.

     

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    i dotn know, im thining bb may hae given mcd the total reigns on offense and that is the reason for the poor gaem management and decisionmaking

     
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