Re: Brady's Slump
posted at 9/17/2012 3:18 PM EDT
You must have been drunk in that bar. They didn't score a touchdown till they went to a spread hurry-up offense that looked a lot like last year's Bill O'Brien offense. I was at the game and sober. It was obvious the offense finally started clicking when they went hurry-up, spread.
Yes, but it doesn;'t last.. They did that out of panic mode and desperation because Brady and the offense stalled repatedly early in the game. Did you get a good view of Brady's INT on the 1st play of the game, Mr Upstate NY? Funny how you claim to be at these games and sober yet you don't live anywhere near Foxborough.
Hey Rusty, there are these newfangled machines that can get you from Toronto to Boston in less than two hours. I bet they have those in North Carolina too if your uncle will ever share his tickets.
[QUOTE]Maybe McDaniels doesn't panic and go 2 minute so early in the game if Brady is better. I'm hundreds of miles away and know EXACTLY what I'm seeing on a tv. So does every other honest fan here.[/QUOTE]
If that was panic, I hope he panics earlier next week. Here's some advice, next time you go into the half having scored only six points at home, panic and panic fast!
[QUOTE]I have no problem using the 2 minute as a wrinkle or when it's meant to be used, but it replaced the base offense in the second half, which is why this offense didn't do jack. Eeking out TDs late in the game is not a good thing, Prolate. [/QUOTE]
Better that than continuing the whole game without a TD, though.
[QUOTE]You do the same thing when you ignore how awful the offense was in SB 42 or in the 4th qtr of last year's SB. The idea is to have balance and produce across the WHOLE game, not just at one point of the game. [/QUOTE]
When something's not working, it's best to stick with it to the bitter in the end and hope for different results. If that fails, just find a wall and keep banging your head against it.
[QUOTE]The only thing that is obvious is that you'll make excuses to deflect away from Brady's lack of execution in this offense.[/QUOTE]
The offense worked best, it seemed, when they went hurry up. At that point, Brady may actually have been calling the plays. Hmmmm . . .