Re: Replacing Brady.
posted at 4/6/2014 10:11 PM EDT
In response to DougIrwin's comment:
In response to mthurl's comment:
Good to see our village idiot is keeping up with his tradition of bashing a quarterback that is roundly praised by everyone in the NFL...united states...and planet earth. Meanwhile he continues to praise guys like Patrick Chung and pretend he didn't talk down Revis as a player...laughable. Is there anyone dumber on the entire internet? Nope...not even close.
Brady has sucked in title games and is 0-2 in his last 2 SBs mainly because his execution was completley uneven in those SBs, not scoring enough points leading our offense. This would be the equivalent of praising Montana with SF in 1993, 1994 and 1995 and watching him awkwardly fade losing SBs and playoff games left and right, calling him great still, acting like it was 1988.
It's now 2014. Welcome to the next decade, HUrlie. Real fans don't care what Brady has already accomplished. We care about what he is doing in the present.
Also, you're wrong about non Pats fans not noticing this. It's been noticed and being noticed all over.
You have no friends and live in a bubble in NH, so you have ZERO clue about this.
Say hey, why not drive through Vermont and into NY and strike up a conversation with a non Pats fan and see what they say about Brady now.
Well troll queen, it appears the only legacy being questioned is your boyfriends.
Defensive genius? Ha! Only when he had talent and even then they tried hard to give away the SB's they won.
So, what has bb won for us lately? NADA! His defensive ineptitude (when it matters most) and his inability to replace the talent he once possessed, assured us of that.
If anyone is living on his past accomplishments, it's him, but the truth is, it never was him.
Here's what's becoming more and more obvious to people in and out of NE.
"To put it most simply, nobody was calling a Belichick a "genius" when his quarterbacks were Vinny Testaverde and Drew Bledsoe."
But partnered with Brady, Belichick might have become the first coach in history to garner five Super Bowl rings in a mere seven seasons. But his defenses have stood in the way of history. Actually, that's not true. Belichick's defenses have not stood in the way of anything, especially in the most critical moments of the biggest games of the year. But despite all the wounds suffered over the past two seasons, there is still time for the Belichick legacy to heal itself. And it starts with a victory in Super Bowl XLIII.
By Kerry J. Byrne COLD HARD FOOTBALL FACTS, The truth hurts
Well, we all know what happened there.
All your TB bashing in the world is not going to change history and save your lover.
Only he can do that!
Or can he?
Let's just say, I have my doubts.