posted at 5/26/2014 12:48 PM EDT
In response to rkarp's comment:
In response to MileHighMike's comment:
In response to rkarp's comment:
Look, it is the endless and ongoing debate...where is Brady in his career. Like most, I saw every home game from the stadium, and was on the road with the team for 2 games. I also was able to catch every away game on TV, as most every one else did as well.
I saw the missed passes, the drops, the OL break down in pass pro, and also saw the run game stuffed at the most Inopportune times. I also saw long stretches without argue able pro bowlers Gronk, Hern, Amendola and the Pats best pass catcher out of the back field, Vereen. Dobson and Thompkins were very uneven, no surprise with rookies...
but what I did have the chance to see was the joint practice with Tampa. There was an absolute beast on the field that day, Vincent Jackson. But with out a doubt, the best player on the field was Brady. He was as accurate as I had ever seen him. He made every throw. He utilized the play book which admittedly was at maybe 30% like and Off Cord. Simply put, he was at the top of his game, and I saw zero regression. Zero.
Physically and mentally, I do believe this guy is still at the top of his game, and if we do start to see any slippage, I believe it will be mentally, as he starts to become frustrated with the talent around him, injuries around him, and his temper and competitiveness get the better of him, making him into a player and team mate he doesn't want to be.
If this team can grow and take next steps, and stay healthy, I am fully confident Brady can take this team to 2-3 more SB's. Brady is not the question mark in this equation. The balance of the team is.
You seem to have left out those times where Brady didn't throw a perfect pass every time or when when those 300 lb lineman pulled him down when the line was awful and gave no protection. This is unacceptable. Brady gets paid too much to make mistakes. This is why BB drafted a QB so high. He is fed up with all of the changed plays and execution failures of BB's flawless gameplans. No team in the history of the NFL has had so much talent only to be squandered by a subpar QB. He is ruining BB's legacy.
Your sarcasm is humorous and pointed at the right imbecile.
But what I left unsaid, that you kind of hit the nail on the head, if and when there is slippage, BB would not hesitate to make a change.
That right there is proof perfection....there has been zero slippage, because if these was, the plug would have been pulled and Mallett would have seen snaps to see where he is at.
Your'e the imbecile. YOu just said you used a scrimmage vs TB without any gameplanning vs the offense as the backdrop of your analysis on Brady.
Meanwhile, he played TB in an actual game and was awful early in the year.
No one cares about your secret scouting missions (LOL) that you try to pass off as some special observations because you're a moron for starters, and second, it has no bearing on the games themselves.
Brady has sucked in AFC Title games since 2007. He was mediocre in 2006's title game.
All brutal from Brady. That's way too many. It shouldn't take the D to bail him out every time or nothing. Brady has go to step forward. Only real Pats fans can admit this.