Tom Brady's playoff numbers

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    Rushing four and dropping seven is kind of the normal situation.  If you can get good pressure rushing four and dropping seven then you have an advantage.  But if you rush four and drop seven and get just average pressure then you're just average. 




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    You need the Giants' 2007 D line Wink

     
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    Brady started 10-0 in playoffs, and 7-7 since.....

     

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    Losing players like Willie McGinist, Tedy Bruschi, Mike Vrabel, Ted Johnson, Ty Law, Richard Seymour, Rodney Harrison, Kevin Faulk, Troy Brown, Deion Branch or Adam Vinatieri has everything to do with that statistic.

     

    Plus, only the Ravens 9-5, Steelers 9-3 and Giants 8-3 have won more playoff games in that time period.

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    Nope.  It has something to do with the issues in 2009 or maybe even 2010, and that's experience.

    But, not 2011 and 2012, or the SB loss in 2007, obviously.

    What has been the common denominator?  Brady and the shotgun spread finesse offense.

     

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    Common denominator has been the defense not getting turnovers in the playoffs dumbkoff, and collapsing at the end of SBs. Learn the game.

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    No. When you're holding to 13 points for most of the game, you shouldn't need turnovers in such an easy offensive era. The problem is our offense in an easy offensive era, has sucked.

     

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    Wrong. Always wrong. It has been pointed out to you dozens of times that the last SB offense actually scored more points per possession than winning SB offenses we have had. But you ignore that like the football imbecile you are and expect the O to score on 100% of their drives because the defense can't get off the field.

     

     
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    Brady started 10-0 in playoffs, and 7-7 since.....

     

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    Losing players like Willie McGinist, Tedy Bruschi, Mike Vrabel, Ted Johnson, Ty Law, Richard Seymour, Rodney Harrison, Kevin Faulk, Troy Brown, Deion Branch or Adam Vinatieri has everything to do with that statistic.

     

    Plus, only the Ravens 9-5, Steelers 9-3 and Giants 8-3 have won more playoff games in that time period.

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    Nope.  It has something to do with the issues in 2009 or maybe even 2010, and that's experience.

    But, not 2011 and 2012, or the SB loss in 2007, obviously.

    What has been the common denominator?  Brady and the shotgun spread finesse offense.

     

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    Common denominator has been the defense not getting turnovers in the playoffs dumbkoff, and collapsing at the end of SBs. Learn the game.

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    Hobbs picked ELi in SB 42, Spikes Flacco in the 2011 AFC title game. Samuel picked Rivers twice in the 2007 AFC title game. I could go on and on.

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    Get a clue Megatool. You could go on and on 8 times about the 2007, 11, 12 playoffs regarding turnovers while I could go on and on 25 times about turnovers in the 2001, 03, 04 playoffs.

    Dumbkoff's tail stuffed between legs and he gets bludgeoned into submission again.

     

     
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    Rushing four and dropping seven is kind of the normal situation.  If you can get good pressure rushing four and dropping seven then you have an advantage.  But if you rush four and drop seven and get just average pressure then you're just average. 

     

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    no doubt u need the personell

     

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    You need the Giants' 2007 D line Wink

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    even the 11 line tho not as dominant as 07 could rush 4 effectively and made Brady uncomfortable most of the day...dont remember the number of hits or sacks on Brady but they were effective...what's overlooked is in both SB Giants stopped the run too making Brady throw more which played into the D hands

     
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    Here's another common theme contributing to Brady "pedestrian" performance since his 10 - 0 run...   bears repeating...    his simply does not have the same protection as he had in previous playoff games and, literally, started with the SB42 loss.  Look at this past year, sacked 40 times compared to Manning's 18.  This doesn't even count the pressures.  A lot of folks have commented about the decline in the o-line play.  Coincidence?

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    Without question the O-line play was culprit #1 in SB 42, even surpassing in blame the defense crumbling on Eli's miracle drive to win it at the end.

    And yes, the O-line that I claimed was overrated for years has been consistently inconsistent in the playoffs for years.

     
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    Here's another common theme contributing to Brady "pedestrian" performance since his 10 - 0 run...   bears repeating...    his simply does not have the same protection as he had in previous playoff games and, literally, started with the SB42 loss.  Look at this past year, sacked 40 times compared to Manning's 18.  This doesn't even count the pressures.  A lot of folks have commented about the decline in the o-line play.  Coincidence?

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    EXCUSE CITY...^^!

    EXCUSE!

    It only appears that way because he drops back by preference in the predictable shotgun spread more so than ever since 2005 40+ times a game!

    I am not going to point this out again.

     

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    Liar! You will point that out a thousand more times at least!

     
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    Here's another common theme contributing to Brady "pedestrian" performance since his 10 - 0 run...   bears repeating...    his simply does not have the same protection as he had in previous playoff games and, literally, started with the SB42 loss.  Look at this past year, sacked 40 times compared to Manning's 18.  This doesn't even count the pressures.  A lot of folks have commented about the decline in the o-line play.  Coincidence?

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     Brady under Center more = SB appearance.

     

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    ^ Hilarious that Brady was under center for the safety you cry about so much (caused by poor blocking).

     

     
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    Came across this article today. I think it illustrates a point that our offense has struggled in the post season while dropping back 78% of the time as opposed to 72% in the regular season(which is already a very high number) I hope we come out tomorrow night and change this trend.

     

    The Colts’ four-man rush vs. Brady 

     

    "Brady’s postseason play has been part of New England’s recent playoff problem. His 71.1 Total QBR in the regular season since losing Super Bowl XLII is fourth best in the league, but his 45.7 playoff QBR in that span ranks 19th. 

     

    Brady vs. 4 or Fewer Rushers

    From 2008 till 2013 Brady has dropped back 

    71% of the time in the regular season. 78%* in the post season.

     

     

    That means Tom Brady drops back 78% of the time in the playoffs. It is the highest %  of drop backs by any QB other then Drew Brees in the post season for the last 5 years.

     

     

    Comp pct. 65.0% in regular season.  59.9% in the post season

     

     

    Yds per att 7.5 in the regular season, 6.4 in the post season.

     

     

    TD to INT rate 89-37 in the regular season. 12-10 in the post season.

     

     

    Total QBR 75.6 in the regular season. 35.0 in the post season. 

     

     

     

    "Brady has always been good against the blitz. He has 76 touchdowns and six interceptions when opponents send at least five rushers since the start of 2008 (including the playoffs). His plus-70 TD-Int differential is best in the league, and only Aaron Rodgers has even thrown 70 touchdowns. 

     

     

     

    The problem is teams don’t blitz Brady as often in the postseason. The 2007 Giants solidified a basic tenet for beating Brady: don’t rely on extra pass-rushers. Teams have followed that blueprint with success since the 2007 Giants". 

     

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    Anybody have any ideas on how we should attack a 4 man rush? Or why teams consistently rush 4 and drop 7 in the post season...how do they know that will work? 

    Thoughts?

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    if u can rush 4 and drop 7 you will stop just about any QB or offense.

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    Even kids watching the game for only a year realize this; but somehow grown men here can't. They must have an "agenda".

     
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    Came across this article today. I think it illustrates a point that our offense has struggled in the post season while dropping back 78% of the time as opposed to 72% in the regular season(which is already a very high number) I hope we come out tomorrow night and change this trend.

     

    The Colts’ four-man rush vs. Brady 

     

    "Brady’s postseason play has been part of New England’s recent playoff problem. His 71.1 Total QBR in the regular season since losing Super Bowl XLII is fourth best in the league, but his 45.7 playoff QBR in that span ranks 19th. 

     

    Brady vs. 4 or Fewer Rushers

    From 2008 till 2013 Brady has dropped back 

    71% of the time in the regular season. 78%* in the post season.

     

     

    That means Tom Brady drops back 78% of the time in the playoffs. It is the highest %  of drop backs by any QB other then Drew Brees in the post season for the last 5 years.

     

     

    Comp pct. 65.0% in regular season.  59.9% in the post season

     

     

    Yds per att 7.5 in the regular season, 6.4 in the post season.

     

     

    TD to INT rate 89-37 in the regular season. 12-10 in the post season.

     

     

    Total QBR 75.6 in the regular season. 35.0 in the post season. 

     

     

     

    "Brady has always been good against the blitz. He has 76 touchdowns and six interceptions when opponents send at least five rushers since the start of 2008 (including the playoffs). His plus-70 TD-Int differential is best in the league, and only Aaron Rodgers has even thrown 70 touchdowns. 

     

     

     

    The problem is teams don’t blitz Brady as often in the postseason. The 2007 Giants solidified a basic tenet for beating Brady: don’t rely on extra pass-rushers. Teams have followed that blueprint with success since the 2007 Giants". 

     

    Question....

    Anybody have any ideas on how we should attack a 4 man rush? Or why teams consistently rush 4 and drop 7 in the post season...how do they know that will work? 

    Thoughts?

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    if u can rush 4 and drop 7 you will stop just about any QB or offense.

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    Even kids watching the game for only a year realize this; but somehow grown men here can't. They must have an "agenda".

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    So, how do you think we should attack a 4 man rush babe? Surely you have an opinion?

     
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    I see offensive line as a main culprit in the court of public opinion as to why Brady has struggled against a 4 man rush. Strange that we have had such continuity on the offensive line over the years, with a 7x patriots super bowl coach in Scar, and they keep getting beat in the clutch. I mean continiously 5 guys and sometimes 6 are getting beat by 4? 

     

     
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    Tom Brady's playoff numbers...

    Years as starting QB 13 - 12 playoff appearances

    17 Playoff wins - most all time

    7 AFCCG's - Tied Joe Montanna for CCG appearances

    5 AFC Titles - Tied most CCG wins John Elway

    5 SB Apperances - Tied most John Elway

    3 Super Bowl Wins - Tied 2nd troy Aikman

     
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    So, how do you think we should attack a 4 man rush babe? Surely you have an opinion?

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    That depends on whether the 4 man rush was being effective or not.

     
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    Here's another common theme contributing to Brady "pedestrian" performance since his 10 - 0 run...   bears repeating...    his simply does not have the same protection as he had in previous playoff games and, literally, started with the SB42 loss.  Look at this past year, sacked 40 times compared to Manning's 18.  This doesn't even count the pressures.  A lot of folks have commented about the decline in the o-line play.  Coincidence?

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     Brady under Center more = SB appearance.

     

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    ^ Hilarious that Brady was under center for the safety you cry about so much (caused by poor blocking).

     

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    Terrible play all, awful lack of awareness by Brady to not simply run to his right and throw it away.

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    Oh yeah dum bass, he was just going to scoot to his right when he had 1 second from the time Vollmer launched the defender at him until he would have been hit. It was a great play by him to even get rid of the ball. Learn the game, fool.

     
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    Here's another common theme contributing to Brady "pedestrian" performance since his 10 - 0 run...   bears repeating...    his simply does not have the same protection as he had in previous playoff games and, literally, started with the SB42 loss.  Look at this past year, sacked 40 times compared to Manning's 18.  This doesn't even count the pressures.  A lot of folks have commented about the decline in the o-line play.  Coincidence?


     Brady under Center more = SB appearance.

     

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    ^ Hilarious that Brady was under center for the safety you cry about so much (caused by poor blocking).

     

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    Umm, they ran play action with no run game established. Terrible play all, awful lack of awareness by Brady to not simply run to his right and throw it away.

    Regardless, it still shows his obsession to throw.   First drives of the game are scripted as are the ones out of halftime.

    Brady.

    He is in on gameplanning.  You lost. Just admit it.  

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    Who approves the game plan?

      Oh yeah, that stupid H coach that apparently, according to some here, knows nothing about offense.

    You lost. Just admit it.

     
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    Rushing four and dropping seven is kind of the normal situation.  If you can get good pressure rushing four and dropping seven then you have an advantage.  But if you rush four and drop seven and get just average pressure then you're just average. 

     

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    no doubt u need the personell

     

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    You need the Giants' 2007 D line Wink

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    even the 11 line tho not as dominant as 07 could rush 4 effectively and made Brady uncomfortable most of the day...dont remember the number of hits or sacks on Brady but they were effective...what's overlooked is in both SB Giants stopped the run too making Brady throw more which played into the D hands

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    25 hits, 5 sacks in 2007.

     
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    Tom Brady's playoff numbers...

    Years as starting QB 13 - 12 playoff appearances

    17 Playoff wins - most all time

    7 AFCCG's - Tied Joe Montanna for CCG appearances

    5 AFC Titles - Tied most CCG wins John Elway

    5 SB Apperances - Tied most John Elway

    3 Super Bowl Wins - Tied 2nd troy Aikman

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    That's great. But, he can't be the GOAT if he's tied with Elway or Aikman. So, why do I see people running around here saying "GOAT" constantly and then run away after every postseason when he disappoints?

    Why get out of bed if you don't want to be good at what you do in the present?

    No Pats fan should care about Brady's past laurels at this point. He's blown SBs and playoff games with a desire to be in the shotgun and make it about him throwing.

    Just admit it. It's been a disaster in recent years.

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    In the salary cap era you are talking about the greatest post season QB all time. Based on his entire resume he will go down as one of the top 3 QB's of all time and there is opportunity to sieze the top spot.

     
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    BB is the best HC in the game. I'll let him decide what is best on gameday. You BB haters really need to desist.

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    why do I see people running around here saying "GOAT" constantly and then run away after every postseason when he disappoints?

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    Nobody runs away fool. They're right here saying he would have 2 more rings and probably 2 more SBMVPs if the D didn't collapse yet again at the end of a SB.

    Those games were won with a stop, or a catch by either Welker or Samuel.

    The town fool, bludgeoned again!

     
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    Came across this article today. I think it illustrates a point that our offense has struggled in the post season while dropping back 78% of the time as opposed to 72% in the regular season(which is already a very high number) I hope we come out tomorrow night and change this trend.

     

    The Colts’ four-man rush vs. Brady 

     

    "Brady’s postseason play has been part of New England’s recent playoff problem. His 71.1 Total QBR in the regular season since losing Super Bowl XLII is fourth best in the league, but his 45.7 playoff QBR in that span ranks 19th. 

     

    Brady vs. 4 or Fewer Rushers

    From 2008 till 2013 Brady has dropped back 

    71% of the time in the regular season. 78%* in the post season.

     

     

    That means Tom Brady drops back 78% of the time in the playoffs. It is the highest %  of drop backs by any QB other then Drew Brees in the post season for the last 5 years.

     

     

    Comp pct. 65.0% in regular season.  59.9% in the post season

     

     

    Yds per att 7.5 in the regular season, 6.4 in the post season.

     

     

    TD to INT rate 89-37 in the regular season. 12-10 in the post season.

     

     

    Total QBR 75.6 in the regular season. 35.0 in the post season. 

     

     

     

    "Brady has always been good against the blitz. He has 76 touchdowns and six interceptions when opponents send at least five rushers since the start of 2008 (including the playoffs). His plus-70 TD-Int differential is best in the league, and only Aaron Rodgers has even thrown 70 touchdowns. 

     

     

     

    The problem is teams don’t blitz Brady as often in the postseason. The 2007 Giants solidified a basic tenet for beating Brady: don’t rely on extra pass-rushers. Teams have followed that blueprint with success since the 2007 Giants". 

     

    Question....

    Anybody have any ideas on how we should attack a 4 man rush? Or why teams consistently rush 4 and drop 7 in the post season...how do they know that will work? 

    Thoughts?

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    if u can rush 4 and drop 7 you will stop just about any QB or offense.

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    Even kids watching the game for only a year realize this; but somehow grown men here can't. They must have an "agenda".

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    So, how do you think we should attack a 4 man rush babe? Surely you have an opinion?

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    The best way is to block it.  You do have five O lineman after all.

     

     
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    BB is the best HC in the game. I'll let him decide what is best on gameday. You BB haters really need to desist.

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    GOOD ONE SIR!

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    He should have awarded that to himself. I never claimed I knew better than BB.

     
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    So, how do you think we should attack a 4 man rush babe? Surely you have an opinion?

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    That depends on whether the 4 man rush was being effective or not.

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    Whaaa?

     
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    Tom Brady's playoff numbers...

    Years as starting QB 13 - 12 playoff appearances

    17 Playoff wins - most all time

    7 AFCCG's - Tied Joe Montanna for CCG appearances

    5 AFC Titles - Tied most CCG wins John Elway

    5 SB Apperances - Tied most John Elway

    3 Super Bowl Wins - Tied 2nd troy Aikman

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    That's great. But, he can't be the GOAT if he's tied with Elway or Aikman. So, why do I see people running around here saying "GOAT" constantly and then run away after every postseason when he disappoints?

    Why get out of bed if you don't want to be good at what you do in the present?

    No Pats fan should care about Brady's past laurels at this point. He's blown SBs and playoff games with a desire to be in the shotgun and make it about him throwing.

    Just admit it. It's been a disaster in recent years.

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    In the salary cap era you are talking about the greatest post season QB all time. Based on his entire resume he will go down as one of the top 3 QB's of all time and there is opportunity to sieze the top spot.

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    Without a doubt!

     
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    So, how do you think we should attack a 4 man rush babe? Surely you have an opinion?

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    That depends on whether the 4 man rush was being effective or not.

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    Whaaa?

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    Well, if the 4 man rush is being effectively handled by the O-line I would attack one way, but if they were stopping the run and pressuring the QB I would attack another way.

     

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