Re: Brady's Postseasons By Comparison (Weis vs McD and OB)
posted at 11/5/2012 8:13 PM EST
In response to Neal Page's comment:
In response to sporter81's comment:
It seems that way but nobody else I'd rather have. Wasn't he like 10-0 to start? Hes thrown more interceptions the past few years in playoff games but I'm not sure why because he's thrown less in the regular season than he did his first 5 years.
Its hard to figure out why, it sure doesn't look like his skills have eroded much. The loss to the Jets in that 2010 playoff game wasn't just Brady, the whole team came out flat. The tight end dropped pass in the end zone killed them. Much as I hate to say it I'd put that one on coaching, they were too confident and got beat by an inferior team.
Dude, it's not hard to figure out why. I've explained it many times and all the sources are in this very thread, most of it in the 1st post as to why.
Still waiting for the answer to that simple math question I asked you last night.
Figure it out yet?
Meanwhile, here's what Mankins said about the running backs today.
No wonder you don't like him, even he's bashing you. LOL
On the Pats running the football as successfully as they have.
"Every year we've wanted to, it's just sometimes we didn't. A lot of that goes on the players. If you don't do it good, the coach isn't going to keep calling it. I think this year we've been pretty productive, and it goes down to the backs. The backs have been outstanding. [Stevan] Ridley's run great, breaks a lot of tackles, and the line's done a pretty good job, the tight ends have done a good job, and we've hit a lot of longer runs this year too. And that goes down to the receivers getting blocks downfield, it's just a good team effort on that, and when everyone is doing the right thing it's been pretty good."