Re: It's about
posted at 10/4/2012 3:32 AM EDT
"This thread is embarrassing for the 3 or 4 who defend the 1 dimensional offense the Pats have had since 07." ~truechamp
Bill Belichick could come on here via live web-cam, and say:
"Hey guys...We forsook what made us great and 3X Superbowl Champs in the past. It was b/c we focused too heavily on the shotgun based spread Offense, and the passing game towards the point that it made us unbalanced, 1-dimensional on Offense... Furthermore, it left us a lesser complete situational Football team in it's entirety, shortchanging TOP, ball-control, the ability to run the ball more effectively in order to close out more games in the 2nd half in a more solidified and exacting manner; Overall, it made us more limited, and therefore more obvious, and thus lesser in our ability to offer up a recognizable complete attack on Offense- See, it's my fault... Roger Goodell opened up the passing game simply too much with these Offensively beneficial extremely liberal PI calls, shortening and enforcing the jamming area for CBs at the LOS, greatly overlooking Offensive line holding calls more than any time prior, and finally calling an overwhelming number of defensive penalties for unsportsmanlike conduct and illegal hits, through the great emphasises on high hits and helmet hits against WRs, late hits on WRs and QBs, low hits on QBs, and altogether defenseless receiver hits, en masse. The game changed, and thus you attempt to adapt in order to try to exploit the suddenly large-scale changing, tweeking, and altering of gameplay on the Professional football field gridiron. I gambled, and I trully believe that this, in a greatly differentiating way, allows me to be forever innovative and to stay ahead of the curb. It's what makes me SUCH a greatly successful NFL Head Coach, and deep down, I think that ALL you diehard Pats Fans not only, already know this...but respect and appreciate this in me, your NE Patriots Head Coach... Again- It was a worthy gamble to place your wager on, and man- Not once, But TWICE, this "wager" was merely SECONDS away from paying off with the ultimate reward: Bringing home 2 more Lombardi Trophies to place in our Patriots Place alter... But I'm here, right now, this second- October 4th 2012, In order to admit that in terms of what I had always believed in and had formerly always previously attempted to enact with great & EXACTING detailed effort, planning, and care- THAT is, The greatest amount of malleability in my team, negating AS MANY weakened links in my team's total gameplay, beit player-wise, positionally, no weak-links in my Seperate field units, nor as little negating of 1 schematic, 1 type of caliber of play, or design greatly over and above another=WAS, unfortunately, precisely what inevitably DID occur. Ultimately, I've come on BDC here, in order to say both, 'I'm sorry...mostly towards my team and my own football philosophies,' AND that 'Gameplanning MY TEAM in such an unbalanced way, rather than & as opposed to oftentimes 1 specific gameplan around what 1 specific opponent's D likes to deploy successfully on the field, IS...RIGHT NOW...as of this very instance as we stand here in the 2012-13 NFL Year, Completely and Totally- Over in NE."
TrueChamp... Belichick could say THIS...exactly...and, in the 1st person...And this forum would STILL have doubters as to the betterment and true successes of enacting a more multi-dimensional threat of an attack in scheme, play-design, and play-calling. Belichick could actually even DO this...and win the next 3 Superbowls by doing this, back to back to back, WHILE going on the radio each week in a weekly Pats Fans address in order to read and re-read that above statement as being the uptmost critical piece of dogmatic change in NE's playing designs...And there would STILL, be no less than 10 or so posters on this very board whom say,
"Yeaaa, but see, I'm sorta still waitin' to see if this is really altogether better or not...I mean, remember those glory-days when Brady was throwing for 800 yards every game without 1 incompletion or interception...? =Now THAT, was trully a Championship caliber team you could Trully BELIEVE In!"