Gomie Did NOT Turn It Over Twice

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    Brady did. 

    Really freaking simple. As long as Brady isn't a moron at QB, we can get to a SB.  End of story.

    A little tiring watching an AWFUL Denver D do what they do in their games with Gomer helping his own D by not tossing INTs every week, while Brady continues to hurt our D with turnovers and crappy field position to defend.

    Great job today by the D and STs. Excellent Run D. Some nice stops time and again in the red zone and in the first half.

    The one bad play was the Gordon 80 yard TD, but then again, GOrdon is quite a beast and a tough cover in single man with no help over the top.

     

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    I think it was really really cold today in Denver, too. 

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    No it was warm out here today Dogggg

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    Yeah, the weathermen always get it wrong.  Any snow on the ground?

     
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    Rock - do you ski?  If so, what's your favorite place in Colorado regardless of location?

     
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    Cleveland - 4 sacks, 6 hits, 11 hurries, 4 tackles for a loss. 

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    It's all Brady's fault.

    The sacks are caused by him mis-reading the hips of his O-line.  Brady is needlessly focusing his eyes on his receivers downfield.  If he spent his time studying the rush instead all of these sacks could be avoided.  Just throw the ball away.  Sure, he wouldn't complete a single pass but that would solve the sack problem.

    The hurries are caused by nervousness brought on by prior sacks.  Cure the sacks (see above), the nerves are gone and the hurries disappear.

    The tackles for loss can be cured by QB sneaks on every down.  This is unlikely to "move the chains" but we will definitely see vast improvement on the "tackle for loss" stat.

    As BB would say, there's plenty of room for improvement.

     

     
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    Just got off the phone with my uncle who went...I asked "what is the vibe in the crowd when the offense does this for so long in the game?"

    Answer: " Here we go again."

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    With what he has to deal with how does that guy not have Caller ID?

     
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    Cleveland - 4 sacks, 6 hits, 11 hurries, 4 tackles for a loss. 

    Tennessee - 0 sacks, 0 hits, 2 hurries, 2 tackles for a loss. 

    OK ... Gomer has an awesome offensive line. 

    NE has a line that is inury depleted and weak on talent. 

    That doesn't even address the quality of recieving options Denver has, which is far better than what NE currently has. 

    Of course ... Gomer hasn't led three 10+ point comebacks in 3 consecutive weeks (note: no other Qb has ever even done that in two consecutive weeks). So New England still has that going for them.

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    Can not can argue with this.   Brady is KING.  Crusty exposed here as a bottom feeder troll.

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    He did miss a couple throws in the first half, one for a pick (though I've not looked at it closely to see if Boyce play a part).

    But over the last five weeks he's done this:

    147 comp  216 att 1861 yards 12 td 3 int 

    Leading the 3 combacks in the process. 

    With a defense that has allowed 29 points per game. 

    And an offensive line that has allowed a *brutal* 28 hits and 13 sacks.

     

    Who could possibly have an issue with this? Without Brady, this team is probably 0-5 or 1-4 over that stretch ... not 4-1. 

     
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    Brady did. 

    Really freaking simple. As long as Brady isn't a moron at QB, we can get to a SB.  End of story.

    A little tiring watching an AWFUL Denver D do what they do in their games with Gomer helping his own D by not tossing INTs every week, while Brady continues to hurt our D with turnovers and crappy field position to defend.

    Great job today by the D and STs. Excellent Run D. Some nice stops time and again in the red zone and in the first half.

    The one bad play was the Gordon 80 yard TD, but then again, GOrdon is quite a beast and a tough cover in single man with no help over the top.

     


    I think it was really really cold today in Denver, too. 

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    No it was warm out here today Dogggg

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    Yeah, the weathermen always get it wrong.  Any snow on the ground?

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    Yeah there is snow on the ground December... Colorado 

     
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     It's just irrational logic.

     

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    What's irrational is displacing the responsibility for EVERYTHING bad that happens to a team on one single player. 

    Just stop man. You are WAAAAY overboard. 

     

     
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    Just got off the phone with my uncle who went...I asked "what is the vibe in the crowd when the offense does this for so long in the game?"

    Answer: " Here we go again."

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    With what he has to deal with how does that guy not have Caller ID?

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    My uncle called me. Barring late games, we always chat quickly, post game.  I have nothing to deal with. What a moron you are.

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    uncle BB?

     
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    A little tiring watching an AWFUL Denver D do what they do in their games with Gomer helping his own D by not tossing INTs every week, while Brady continues to hurt our D with turnovers and crappy field position to defend.

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    Manning's been doing this his entire career.

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    Brady usually has too.  That's the frustration. Brady is clearly capable of better than that crap today. It's embarrassing and we can't win a SB with it.  Izt's why we lost the AFC title game last year too. No field position, bad throws, bad reads, and no points for the entire half.

    People run around here proclaiming him the GOAT, he's the GOAT!!!  And, now we get that?

    Just protect the ball!  It's not a lot ask.   That INT was awful and the fumble wasn't much better. Both were completely avoidable.  Brady threw back across his body a bit on the INT and on the fumble, just eat it and take the sack or even better, throw it away.

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    Trust me.  Brady's never won a SB with an awful D.  Brady's one of the best ever, but his wins have always been backed by a great d.  Brady needs another SB if he's going to be in the conversation for GOAT.

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    2001, 24th ranked defense.  Or maybe we go off how they played.  Like when they gave up 19 point in the 4th quarter vs Carolina.

     
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    Go take a look at Jason Campbell's stats...JASON cAMPBELL for crying out loud!! And you are here complaining about TB and his 400 yards, and come from behind victory in spite of 8 drops and 4 sacks and countless pressures?

     

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    Jason Campbell is still the Redskins best QB............

     

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