Re: Just a thought while thinking before sleep.
posted at 9/15/2013 10:27 AM EDT
In response to 49Patriots' comment:
In response to TFB12's comment:
All depends who is playing. DA is the key here. If DA is out for the Bucs game then it will be tough to win it, even if Gronk would come back for that one. But there is no way the Pats win vs the Falcons and Saints, regardless of DA and Gronk being back. I would be very, very surprised with a win in either one of those games. The Bengals? With Gronk and Amendola back, yes if no DA then no.
"Being the best doesn't mean you always win. It just means you win more than anybody else." Text received by Tom Brady from Kurt Warner after Ravens loss.
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You sure you're a Patriot fan? You don't think we can beat NO or ATL? Really? You say the Pats go 11-5, right? I beat you have us losing to Denver, Balt and some other playoff team.
In essence, you think we're not contenders.
TFB is a photoshop guru (possibly one of the best) and a fan of Brady, Welker and Moss. He tends to be very negative about the Pats as a team in general and isn't satisfied unless the Pats win all games by scoring 30 or more points.
He tends to ignore improvement of the defense, improvement in rookies, The reality of rookies being nervous in their first game.
He sees the obvious emphasis and goal of containing running/read option QBs as no pass rush. He sees the Jets stacking the box against the run as an inability to run and a failure of the oline.
He sees a last minute drive to score a game winning field goal as a failure of the offense and not as a display of grit and fortitude that the offense hasn't shown in years.
He likes beautiful, high scoring, finesse football games, not gritty, dirty, scrappy, low scoring affairs that tend to build a teams character.
He sees optimism as delusional and negativity as objectivity.