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Parcells Slaps BdBreu (And Other Pinkies)

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    Re: Parcells Slaps BdBreu (And Other Pinkies)

    In response to Neal Page's comment:

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    In response to Neal Page's comment:

     

    BB made Parcells. Period. Parcells has done absolutely jack squat without him.


    The exact same thing can be said about BB without Brady. Thanks for walking into that haymaker junior.




    How is it a "haymaker"? BB was a legendary defensive coordinator by 1991. Tom Brady was listening to Young MC and wearing LA Gear sneakers in a middle school in northern California.  Did you watch Cleveland '95: A Football Life? Of course you didn't.  You're afraid too. 

    BB was the first person, along with his staff, to really grasp the cap era and how to build a team.  Ron Wolf was probably the first to pull it off with those mid/late 90s Packers teams, but there is a reason those older GMs, whether it be Al Davis, Jerry Jones, and all the others who have no left the game, were all left in the dust.  Bill Parcells is in this group. The game has passed them by and they never really understood the economics of being a GM in this era.

    Pretending Brady made BB is hilarious.   Brady wouldn't have any of these stats you love so much, nor SB rings without BB's personnel management and coaching here. Who traded for Moss and Welker to get him these stats you drool over like a short bus rider?

    Your premise is no different than saying Montana made Walsh, or Bradshaw Noll, Starr Lombardi, etc, etc, etc.

    MORON

     

     




    Well done Rusty. You are absolutely correct on this issue. There can really be no debate here as anybody who really understands what BB has built in N.E(which he was on his way to doing in Clevelend imo) would never argue against him.

     
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    Re: Parcells Slaps BdBreu (And Other Pinkies)

    In response to Neal Page's comment:

    What is a "beech"? You do realize BB is the guy who signed off on drafting Brady, benched Bledsoe, believed in Brady as a game manager in his 2nd year, so SB 36 was even possible, right? Or, was that when you weren't really fan becuause our offense was boring? lmao

    The real facts for adults sting YOU like a biyatch, Grampa.  Your virtual  boyfriend will even tell you he's been blessed to be here in NE under BB with Kraft as owner. There aren't many high quality NFL teams in this league.

    Life is a two way street. BB should be commended and then some, as should Brady.




    I'll drink to that, hear hear!

     
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    Re: Parcells Slaps BdBreu (And Other Pinkies)

    In response to Neal Page's comment:

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    In response to Neal Page's comment:

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    In response to Neal Page's comment:

     

    BB made Parcells. Period. Parcells has done absolutely jack squat without him.


    The exact same thing can be said about BB without Brady. Thanks for walking into that haymaker junior.




    How is it a "haymaker"? BB was a legendary defensive coordinator by 1991. Tom Brady was listening to Young MC and wearing LA Gear sneakers in a middle school in northern California.  Did you watch Cleveland '95: A Football Life? Of course you didn't.  You're afraid too. 

    BB was the first person, along with his staff, to really grasp the cap era and how to build a team.  Ron Wolf was probably the first to pull it off with those mid/late 90s Packers teams, but there is a reason those older GMs, whether it be Al Davis, Jerry Jones, and all the others who have no left the game, were all left in the dust.  Bill Parcells is in this group. The game has passed them by and they never really understood the economics of being a GM in this era.

    Pretending Brady made BB is hilarious.   Brady wouldn't have any of these stats you love so much, nor SB rings without BB's personnel management and coaching here. Who traded for Moss and Welker to get him these stats you drool over like a short bus rider?

    Your premise is no different than saying Montana made Walsh, or Bradshaw Noll, Starr Lombardi, etc, etc, etc.

    MORON

     

     



    Sorry junior. BB would be considered a failure if you consider his HC record only for the years he didn't have Brady. Facts sting you like a beech.



    What is a "beech"? You do realize BB is the guy who signed off on drafting Brady, benched Bledsoe, believed in Brady as a game manager in his 2nd year, so SB 36 was even possible, right? Or, was that when you weren't really fan because our offense was boring? lmao

    The real facts for adults sting YOU like a biyatch, Grampa.  Your virtual  boyfriend will even tell you he's been blessed to be here in NE under BB with Kraft as owner. There aren't many high quality NFL teams in this league.

    Life is a two way street. BB should be commended and then some, as should Brady.




    Rusty is en fuego!

     
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    Re: Parcells Slaps BdBreu (And Other Pinkies)

    In response to Neal Page's comment:

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    In response to Neal Page's comment:

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    In response to Neal Page's comment:

     

    BB made Parcells. Period. Parcells has done absolutely jack squat without him.


    The exact same thing can be said about BB without Brady. Thanks for walking into that haymaker junior.




    How is it a "haymaker"? BB was a legendary defensive coordinator by 1991. Tom Brady was listening to Young MC and wearing LA Gear sneakers in a middle school in northern California.  Did you watch Cleveland '95: A Football Life? Of course you didn't.  You're afraid too. 

    BB was the first person, along with his staff, to really grasp the cap era and how to build a team.  Ron Wolf was probably the first to pull it off with those mid/late 90s Packers teams, but there is a reason those older GMs, whether it be Al Davis, Jerry Jones, and all the others who have no left the game, were all left in the dust.  Bill Parcells is in this group. The game has passed them by and they never really understood the economics of being a GM in this era.

    Pretending Brady made BB is hilarious.   Brady wouldn't have any of these stats you love so much, nor SB rings without BB's personnel management and coaching here. Who traded for Moss and Welker to get him these stats you drool over like a short bus rider?

    Your premise is no different than saying Montana made Walsh, or Bradshaw Noll, Starr Lombardi, etc, etc, etc.

    MORON

     

     



    Sorry junior. BB would be considered a failure if you consider his HC record only for the years he didn't have Brady. Facts sting you like a beech.



    What is a "beech"? You do realize BB is the guy who signed off on drafting Brady, benched Bledsoe, believed in Brady as a game manager in his 2nd year, so SB 36 was even possible, right? Or, was that when you weren't really fan because our offense was boring? lmao

    The real facts for adults sting YOU like a biyatch, Grampa.  Your virtual  boyfriend will even tell you he's been blessed to be here in NE under BB with Kraft as owner. There aren't many high quality NFL teams in this league.

    Life is a two way street. BB should be commended and then some, as should Brady.



    There's a lot of truth there. When Bledsloe Got healthy and there was a qb controversy there wasn't far as BB was Concerned.  My kid and I talked about this my feeling was you stay with what got you there. That held true after the playoff game that Bledsloe subbed in after Brady got hurt.

     
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    Re: Parcells Slaps BdBreu (And Other Pinkies)

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    The facts show BB without Brady is an under .500 HC. Just learn to live with it. Nobody is saying BB isn't a terrific coach. But the best of them need that Hall of Famer or two to make their name. Brady allowed BB to become one of the greats.



    And perhaps BB's coaching played a role in Brady becoming the QB he is today?  Obviously impossible to prove definitively, but you can't prove the opposite either.  As I'm sure you are aware not many first ballot Hall of Famers come out of the 6th round.  Now Brady deserves all the credit he gets for putting the time in and becoming the player he is, but you have to wonder how his career would have played out had he been drafted by another team.  I guess we'll never know for sure, but I'm okay with that.  I wish both you and Rusty were okay with it too.

     
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    Re: Parcells Slaps BdBreu (And Other Pinkies)

    Haven't been on this thread in a bit - is it still being questioned by the village idiot that Parcells told Belichick to fix his defense after the season?

    I don't really get the shock of that conversation these two had. For one, it's not like Belichick didn't already know this. And for another thing 99.9999999% of the world knew our defense stunk anyway....well except Rusty.

     
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