In response to Bustchise's comment:
In response to russgriswold's comment:
No kidding. Note how the mods keep it, but deleted my response (3rd post) above which had nothing in violation in it.
Then, it enables Bustchise to follow me around calling me an idiot and other names, as they don't apply the same board rule to him as they do me.
Oh my do I love pointing out frauds and hypocrites. This proves any of my bannings were never legit.
I can name like 5 obvious examples under BB were they blocked out any distractions and the team had a good or great season.
2001 - Brady down in the AFC title game after Bledsoe down in Week 2. Thanks Jets!
2003 - Milloy release. SB win.
2005 - Bruschi stroke, playoff appearance
2006 - Branch trade, AFC title game appearance and bagjob by refs for Indy.
2007 - Spygate With hunt. 16-0, records, SB loss due to utter luck.
2008 - Brady goes down, Cassel, not having taken a snap as a starter since 1999, helps QB our team to 11-5 record.
2010 - Moss trade. 14-2 season, BB coach of the tear, Brady MVP due to trade of Moss addiction.
2011 0- Lockout, youngest D in the league, SB appearance. Loss due to choking of our two best offensive players.
2013 - Hernandez in jail for alleged murder, diffused, team ready to go for season and will win division again.
I'd say that's quite the resume of removing distractions here.
Only in Queenie's world is releasing a washed up player a "distraction"
Milloy was washed up after going on to Buffao and Atlanta having a few more good seasons?
Yes, his shocking and unexpected release right before the opener was a distraction. NE lost 31-0 and Tom Jackson lied on ESPN saying the players hate BB and that there would be a mutiny in the locker room.
The opposite happened and BB throttled the league winning a SB and well on their way to a dynasty, the only one in cap era history.
Genius. Genius coaching. Your jealousy is delicious.
I loved the story of when BB went in for an interview later that year on ESPN and Jackson went to shake BBs hand. BB threw him an F bomb. Jackson didn't know what to say.