Brady's Postseasons By Comparison (Weis vs McD and OB)

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    Who was behind? In what games?  BB didn't trust his "4th ranked" D in 2007? LOL

    You'll never spin out of this because whether it's 2007 or 2011, the D argument falls flat.

    If Brady wasn't a dope in SB 46, the D allows 13 points and the headlines read: "BB does it again for 4th SB Ring."

    It proves that the "yards" and "ranked" junk in this day and age tied to yards in between the Ds is not the end all be all for judging a D. 

    The last SB team to hold any team under 10 points was the 2000 Ravens with 7. So, you continually acting like the D didn't do anything and Brady needed to feverishly score under pressure is a load of junk.

    17-9, 17-12, 17-15. That's 2 holds by the D back to back for those FGs they allowed and then Tony Romo showed up in a Pats uniform for the 4th qtr.

    Fact, fact, fact and fact.

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    THE D ALLOWED 19 POINTS, TROLL!  How mant times do we have to correct your lie on this.

    Do you think we didn't see the game?  19 points is almost double 10 points.  So where the he11 did you come up with that gem.  More deflection and out right lies.

    The 2007, D failed to convert on a pick and then allowed Eli to march down the field with multiple blown coverages.  I don't care what they were ranked, they couldn't get off the field.

    The 46, D did absolutely nothing right, could not get off the field and another low scoring game as a result of them having the ball for nearly 5 minutes per drive.

    You ALWAYS deflect and try to blame some one else for the very thing you are doing.  Why is this? It really is sick!   My brother lives in NC.  Maybe he can find a good shrink for you.

    LEARN THE GAME

     
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    Re: Brady's Postseasons By Comparison (Weis vs McD and OB)

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    It allowed 20 (not 19 - Are you ever right on anything?) points and 38 minutes of clock due to these 3 things:

    1. Brady moronic Safety thinking he needs 6 seconds inthe end zone to complete a pass to start the game.

    2. Brady INT on 1st down in Giants territory to start the 4th with a 17-15 lead. This INT is the worst of his career, bar none. He could have run forward, to the side or just thrown it away. 

    3. High, wrong shoulder throw to a wide open Welker to ice game. This doesn't count the poor playcalling in general, if ONE of these poor Brady plays does not happen, NE wins the SB.

    All 3 plays reflect a lack of execution by Tom Brady.

    They allowed 13 points until the last waning minutes.  Why they allowed 19 is because of a gassed D in a dome that had already done more than enough to contain that well balanced offense.

    No team's D should be blamed for an offense, especially one like ours, that fails to ice the game on 5 straight drives.

    The elite SF D, just 2 weeks earlier allowed 39 minutes of clock to the Giants AT HOME. Why? Two Special Teams turovers.

     

    You're the one who needs to learn the game. You think Brady has played well in recent postseasons. Pretty sad when his best games came against half baked Ds (2007;s Jax, 2011s Broncos).

    Game, set and match. 

     

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    19 dope!  Who's the one that can't get anything right?

     THE D DID NOTHING TO WIN THE GAME!

    They were gassed because they were on the field all day, from the first possession to the last. Period

    They didn't get enough rest during Brady's 6 minute drive in the 4th?  Nope.  Slam, bam, thank you Mam! 6 points with 57 seconds left! 

     
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    Re: Brady's Postseasons By Comparison (Weis vs McD and OB)

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    19.8 points is what they were averaging as a D, so why is it ok for the offense to perform well below their normal level?

    It would have been 13 points if one of the 3 awful missed plays by Brady did not occur.

     

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    Wrong again!  It would have been 13 points if they had made a stop and BB didn't have to gift them a TD, just to get the ball back with 57 left. 

    AGAIN.  Scores are LOW in an 8 possession game!  What part of this don't you understand?

    It is the D's job to get the ball back in the least amount of time so that their O has the possessions and TIME to do something.  Major FAIL!

     
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    Why do people respond to this person or thread? He has demonstrated time and time again that football is not his strong suite. I hear he has switched to basketball - let him try his hand there.

    Dumbo, can you do a quick spell check over this for me?

     
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    Re: Brady's Postseasons By Comparison (Weis vs McD and OB)

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    Approx 20 points is what they were averaging allowing as a D, so why is it ok for the offense to perform well below their normal level?  The O underperformed.  Period. Did it twice in the last 2 SBs in an offensive era.

    It would have been 13 points if one of the 3 awful missed plays by Brady did not occur. Yes.  13 points allowed should be more than enough for that offense.

    The D performed BETTER than offense in the postseason. Not debatable and each side of the ball's season averages proves this.

    Ouch.  You lost again. Keep trying, though. This is fun. Face it, you're a media stooge minion and Chris Gasper's wet dream. You sound just like them.

    They would have been off the field more if Brady wasn't bad.  LOL

     

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    8 possessionsis 2/3rds the normal amount of possessions.   They allowed less points because they played  4 less possessions.    The O ALSO had 4 less possessions, which would cause them to score less than their average unless they scored on 75% of them.  Dense much!   DUH!

     
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    Re: Brady's Postseasons By Comparison (Weis vs McD and OB)

    Super Bowl XLII and Team Possessions

     

    First of all, that was an amazing game, possibly the most entertaining Super Bowl ever. Eli Manning played a great game, but the big story to me is how the Giants defense was able to hold the Patriots to only 14 points.

    New York's pass rush obviously had a lot to do with their success. Their secondary played amazingly well too. But one of the biggest factors will probably go unmentioned in all the conventional post-game analysis--the clock.

    The research from this article suggested that a heavy underdog could see its chance of winning significantly increase when the number of possessions for each team is reduced. The more possessions for each team, the more likely the better team will eventually come out on top. The fewer the possessions, the more likely that luck or other factors can conspire to create opportunities for the underdog to win. Perhaps the easiest way to think of it is that fewer possessions probably means a lower score, and a single drive or play can cause an upset.

    In Super Bowl XLII, each team only had 8 full possessions. (This does not count the Giants 10 sec possession at the end of the 2nd quarter and their 1 sec possession at the end of the game.) Most games feature 10 to 13, the average being 11.5 full drives per game. The Patriot's final possession began with 35 seconds remaining, allowing time for only 3 desperation throws and a sack.

    The table below illustrates each team's chance of winning a game with the given number of possessions based on a simulation of each team's historic scoring per possession rates. My original table did not even consider the possibility of 8, but I include it here.


    Possessions NE Wins
    NYG Wins Overtime 8 69.8 24.1 6.1 9 71.4 23.5 5.1 10 72.7 22.4 4.9 11 74.0 21.5 4.5 12 75.5 20.7 3.8 13 76.5 20.0 3.5
    How did the game yield so few possessions? Long drives with high 3rd down conversion percentages appears to be the biggest reason. The Giants started the game with an amazingly long 10 minute drive culminating in a field goal. The Patriots didn't even finish their first drive until the second quarter. The Patriots started the third quarter with a drive of over 8 minutes resulting in a turnover on downs.

    If each team had 2 or 3 more possessions, New England may well have been able to overcome their 3-point deficit. published on 2/03/2008 in research,strategy ByBrian Burke     LEARN THE GAME  How many 8 possession games other than ELI or Ben playing the Pats have you seen?
     
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    Re: Brady's Postseasons By Comparison (Weis vs McD and OB)

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    In response to MightyCumEarly2013's comment:
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    Brady is not a flaw. He is perfect. You're a Jets troll.

     

    "Come Early, Come Once, or Don't Come At All"

    ~Mighty

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    lol

    I like this guy^^

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    That is becuase he is most likly you.  He showed up right after your last disappearance/ banning.

     
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    Re: Brady's Postseasons By Comparison (Weis vs McD and OB)

    I know who it is.  Right, lolo?

     
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    Just resized it to fit

     

     
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    Re: Brady's Postseasons By Comparison (Weis vs McD and OB)

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    What part don't you understand about Brady taking a Safety, throwing wounded ducks to one legged TEs on 1st downs or high throws to our smallest WR who is wide open in the seam?

    What is your excuse for the AFC Title game when he played similarly? Do you really expect any team's D to bail out a bad QB every week? If so, why? This isn't 1971. There are rules in place to HELP the offense at every turn.  GOmer Manning just got his weekly phantom PI call in the end zone.

    Also, why can't you admit the throw to Mannigham was perfect and his catch even better?  All of that wouldn't have occurred if your virtual boyfriend didn't make us think Tony Romo was playing QB for us.

     

    The MAJOR FAIL is our QB in the last 2 SBs and in the postseason since 2005 in general.

    I'd feel like this too if I made such a boneheaded play in the SB:

     

     

     

    New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady reacts after New York Giants linebacker Chase Blackburn intercepted Brady's pass intended for tight end Rob Gronkowski during the second half of the NFL Super Bowl XLVI football game, Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

     

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    Now we know what poster Crusty has hanging in his bedroom in the cellar.  You real proud of that, troll?  What kind of Pats fan flaunts that?  Answer: you are not a Pats fan. Period.

    Exposed.... Just like the D  he praises for being the cellar dwellers of the NFL for the past 4 years.

     
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