The search for the Holy Grail.

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    Re: The search for the Holy Grail.

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    Recounted ad nauseum, but you still seem to want to get on that horse.  You've got the same problem Russ has from a different angle.  You won't admit that your perspective could be flawed.  Maybe you should rephrase - As has been recounted to all numerous times, without Gronk, Brady struggles at times against good teams. 

    Brady's got many other quality receivers.  Welker, Hernandez, Branch, Lloyd, etc.  Brady had 5 guys with more than 40 catches this year.  That's phenomenal.    

     

     




     

    More ad nauseum lies and spin from a troll with an agenda about his hero, the sex offender.

    No effective running, dropped passes, receivers who couldn't get separation, lame blocking and poor defense were the order of the day. Any other presentation of the facts are lies. You're a liar so it is no surprise you dispute this.

    I certainly haven't said Brady was great. But how could he possibly be that with the ineptitude displayed by everyone around him.

    Troll set straight for being the lying chump that he is.


    Maybe.  Sometimes spin must be spun to get to true reality.  That's nearly always the case where you are concerned and absolutely the case here. 

    BTW - I've never read you saying Brady wasn't great.  NEVER! Not saying its never happened, but finding it would be like finding a needle in a haystack.

     

     
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    Re: The search for the Holy Grail.

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    You may not understand the rules.  Anyone can be cut.



    No team is going to cut a player whose dead money from cutting them exceeds the cap hit for the coming season (see Sanchez, Mark).  Learn the game troll.  LMAO @ U.

     
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    Re: The search for the Holy Grail.

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    I think the offense scoring less than 40% of its current year's average demonstrates the problem significantly more effectively than your failed efforts to discredit my points.  21% more points is only 3.7 pts.  The pats averaged 35 pts and only put up 13 pts.  I don't recall the pats having much trouble executing the prior week without Gronkowski.

     



    I suspect even a troll like you understands what an average is. The offense averaged 27 ppg for the playoffs despite the Gronk absence. That's 22% under their season average. The defense allowed 28 ppg in the playoffs. That's 35% morepoints than their season average.

     

    Troll bludgeoned again.

     



    Averages aside. The Patriots Defense gave up 28 or more points 5 times prior to the Ravens loss. The offense scored 13 or fewer ZERO times prior.

     

     

    The offense has underachieved in the recent years post season losses. It stinks but it's still the fact. They have not been able to maintain the high level of consistency week to week in the post season and it has cost them.

    Blame Kraft, BB, and  or possibly their own continual high success and drafting low as possible factors in the current teams construction perhaps, but the team is built with a heavier burden being placed on the offense.

    The offense has failed to consistently carry that burden through the playoffs.

    The Patriots are not alone. I would say the Packers, as just one example, are currenty similarly constructed with more burden placed on their offense then the defense. However, at least the packers offense has scored more than 17 points in their recent post season losses.

    No matter how you slice or spin it, 3 of the NFL's all time greatest point scoring offenses scoring 14, 17, & 13 points in the last two superbowls and most recent post season loss just is NOT good enough and IS underachieving.



    SHHHH.  Don't tell Babe.

     
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    Re: The search for the Holy Grail.

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    McCourty failed at CB, reclamation project at S.

     



    McCourty played well at CB this year.  He was moved to S because of injuries and ineffectiveness of other players.  People are all hung up over the Baltimore game with the PI, but DMC was playing at a high level as a CB before the switch.  Some sites like PFF had him playing some of the best football of his career at that point.  You should pay more attention.

     




    Does anyone else agree that McCourty played good CB this season?

     
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    Re: The search for the Holy Grail.

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    Perhaps you meant no team besides the patsies. You should learn how your team opperates before posting such nonsense. 



    Yes NE has regularly cut a player and eaten over 17 million in dead money on a single guy in years where they have to cut a bunch of players just to get under the salary cap.  LMAO @ U.

     
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    Re: The search for the Holy Grail.

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    Can you name one team that drafted a corner in the first round who was so awful at CB that his team was bottom 5 in pass D every year he was in the league so they moved him to safety and they were still bottom 5?



    Can you name one team that drafted a QB in the top 5 who after leading the league in turnovers they signed to an extension so that the following season they could have a bottom 5 offense and he could lead the league in turnovers again and have a cap hit so large they were obligated to keep him for yet another season.  LMAO @ U.

     
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    Re: The search for the Holy Grail.

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    Oh, that's so sad.  You have no idea how contracts work.  It's kind of cute, but mostly really pathetic. Did you really think Jason Smith, Bart Scott or Calvin Pace were ever going to see that money?  

     



    LMAO @ U.  Learn the game toolbag.  The dead money from cutting Sanchez this season is over 17 million.

     
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    Re: The search for the Holy Grail.

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    He also is quick to reference regular season "QBR" with Brady's supposed "inept" supporting cast.

    But, when the playoffs roll around, apparently, these same players are now "inept". 

    He's also the same guy who once had the correct premise that Brady was BETTER than Gomer head to head and career because Brady didn't melt down like your Gomer did, especially outdoors in the postseason.

    Only Brady can change this.




    TB can only control what he does.  If his receivers drop passes at an alarming rate and his RB's can't punch it in from the 1 yrd line or fumble or his Defense can't hold a lead or get a single T/O after leading the league in the RS or if ST's suck or the Vaunted O-line cant block (hit 17 times) because his talented recievers can't get open, it has little to do with him.

    You have been spreading manure for years.  You defend the defenseless and bash one man.

    You are a joke!

    Care to comment on having multiple active accounts?  Seems you skipped right over that part.  hmmm

    Or the fact that you just mentioned the pass rush as the culpret but bashed others clamoring for  one years ago.

    Seems  your impressive memory and 152 IQ, can't keep your lies straight.

    EXPOSED!  Troll and irrational with an agenda.

    Give it up,  5 years of your BS is quite enough.

     
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    Re: The search for the Holy Grail.

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    Wow. I had no idea it was seriously that high.  An outright embarrassment that will sink them for years. They're so far behind that 8 ball right now, it's not even funny.



    It will go down to 5 million next season meaning they save about 8 if they cut him then.  That's probably what will happen if they are smart.  Either way though we get to enjoy Marky Mark leading the league in turnovers for another season.  I wonder if he can top the butt fumble next season.

     
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    Re: The search for the Holy Grail.

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    I think the offense scoring less than 40% of its current year's average demonstrates the problem significantly more effectively than your failed efforts to discredit my points.  21% more points is only 3.7 pts.  The pats averaged 35 pts and only put up 13 pts.  I don't recall the pats having much trouble executing the prior week without Gronkowski.

     



    I suspect even a troll like you understands what an average is. The offense averaged 27 ppg for the playoffs despite the Gronk absence. That's 22% under their season average. The defense allowed 28 ppg in the playoffs. That's 35% morepoints than their season average.

     

    Troll bludgeoned again.

     



    Averages aside. The Patriots Defense gave up 28 or more points 5 times prior to the Ravens loss. The offense scored 13 or fewer ZERO times prior.

     

     

    The offense has underachieved in the recent years post season losses. It stinks but it's still the fact. They have not been able to maintain the high level of consistency week to week in the post season and it has cost them.

    Blame Kraft, BB, and  or possibly their own continual high success and drafting low as possible factors in the current teams construction perhaps, but the team is built with a heavier burden being placed on the offense.

    The offense has failed to consistently carry that burden through the playoffs.

    The Patriots are not alone. I would say the Packers, as just one example, are currenty similarly constructed with more burden placed on their offense then the defense. However, at least the packers offense has scored more than 17 points in their recent post season losses.

    No matter how you slice or spin it, 3 of the NFL's all time greatest point scoring offenses scoring 14, 17, & 13 points in the last two superbowls and most recent post season loss just is NOT good enough and IS underachieving.




    This is why you need a stout defense if you desire to have much increased chances of winning it all.

    This offense averaged 49 ppg in its top 5 games. That's crazy, and did much to boost the perception that the O was some kind of phenomenal force. But a Jeckle/Hyde receiver corps and running game at times were fabulous and other times dismal. It is plain as day that when those aspects of the offense were dismal, there was little Brady could do to compensate. You have to have something else to work with.

    The bottom line in all this is that the plethora of poor draft picks on defense has made this team a very big maybe come playoff time. The only truly top top shelf players on the team are Brady and Gronk. That's not quite enough apparently.

     
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    Re: The search for the Holy Grail.

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    And what? you have some kind of point? Dead money is dead money.  Rusty claims that BB factors in 20 mil of dead money a year.  Why would it matter where it came from?  Perhaps the Jets realize that any dead money on a QB with more playoff wins than Brady since he's been in league is not a good move.  Are you suggesting that because the Chiefs only owe Cassel 10 mil this year, they should cut him becasue he was the bottom ranked QB in the NFL?



    17 million in dead money for one one player is ridiculously high.  That is the only reason the Jests will keep Sanchez this season.  He is terrible.  A huge bust.  Why do you think Mike T was fired dufus?  I look forward to him leading the league in turnovers again.  Jets fans have been waiting for Brady to retire for years.  I hope Sanchez starts for the Jets for another 10.  Gives you an idea of how good he is.  LMAO @ U.

     

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