Will BB Get COTY?

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    Caserio and BB should get Exec of the Year in a runaway




    LMAO!  You are such a HOMER!!!  You really are.  Nobody likes you on here, you should just leave. You have to be the biggest liar and tool on this forum.

    If you don't think John Dorsey deserves it then you really need to get your head examined. 



    WHat is the case for Dorsey? Doing what I suggested all offseason, offering a 2nd for the quality Alex Smith and to hire the best coach available, Andy Reid?

    Keep in mind, the Hunts hired Reid before Dorsey. Getting Smith was a no brainer.  If a fan like me is suggesting that on a Pats board, why is it so special?

    All Dorsey did was inheret some nice talent left behind by Pioli from the 2009 draft through 2012's draft.

    KC had like 6 Pro Bowlers in 2012, but they simply got healthy in 2013 (Charles, etc) and improved the coach/QB spots.

    But, the Hhunts hired Reid and Dorsey.  To give a 1st year GM that award is ridiculous.

    What case are you making for Dorsey? Head examined?  

    KC had many injuries last year and fell off the map with 6 Pro Bowlers. NE had a record for injuries/players missing this year and went 12-4.

    That's due to the GM work, the scouts, etc, plugging all the holes, quite well, actually.

     

     




    Dorsey was magnificent!  In 1 short year he changed the culture within the franchise, made several key moves through trades, free agency and the draft that helped take a team from 2-14 to 11-5 and reach the playoffs, again after 1 short season. Unbelievable!

    BTW, LOL at you for suggesting they get Alex Smith and Andy Reid. Hahaha!  Dude, everyone made that suggestion... Dorsey pulled it off!! 




    As I recall the Chiefs were generally considered to be vastly underperforming for the talent they already had. Any competent GM should have been able to pull off what Dorsey did. There was nothing special in it. On top of that it is the head coach that sets the culture so don't lay that at Dorsey's feet, it was Reid that did that.



    Exactly, and they lost Berry, Charles and Moeaki in 2012.   All the Hunts did was hire Reid and Dorsey, but that shouldn't mean Dorsey gets credit for anything other than the Smith acquisiton, which again was a no brainer and they were a clear leading candidate for Smith based on their QB situation.

    THe team was already built. Not even close to what BB and Caserio did this year with the drafted talent or scouted scrap heap pick ups, being plugged in with such great overall success.

    BB/Caserio in a runaway if there was no anti-BB bias.

     




    Tailib out, defense sucks... Bradys best wr was a 7th rnd former QB.  Hahaha, BB/Caserio deserves a kick in the butt for that, certainly not exec of the year.  What a dork.



    He's got special needs. I'm convinced of it. Either that or he is 13-14. Dead head is woefully moronic at this point. Harmless because he's ignorant of facts and insight. Depressed and probably unstable to a degree. He has double digit confirmed alter egos on here now and yet he calls anyone (almost)who disagrees with him bustchise. If he isn't 13-14 physically he most certainly is intellectually. Few would argue that.

     
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    So, developing players internally is a bad thing in your opinion?  Brady was a 6th rd pick. Who cares where the player was drafted?

    Nice work mocking humans like Edelman who busted their tails and produced for this team.

    Sick. Leave the fanbase. You've been asked before.



    You have been asked to leave the forum and fan base by 99% of the people here. 

     
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    He's got special needs. I'm convinced of it. Either that or he is 13-14. Dead head is woefully moronic at this point. Harmless because he's ignorant of facts and insight. Depressed and probably unstable to a degree. He has double digit confirmed alter egos on here now and yet he calls anyone (almost)who disagrees with him bustchise. If he isn't 13-14 physically he most certainly is intellectually. Few would argue that.



    Truth!

    He is the only poster on the forum who both Pats fans and non Pats fans can agree on as being the worst, most disliked poster on the forum.  What a miserable person he must be, the one place he spends time on the internet is a place he is disliked.  Says a lot about a person who keeps coming here and posting with 99% of the people dislike him and wish he would leave.  Poor guy!

     

     

     
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    What exactly did BB do to win Exec of the Year? That comes down to the moves they made in the past offseason to help them win.

    1. Aqib Talib
    2. Logan Ryan
    3. Legarratte Blount
    4. Jamie Collins

    1. Aqib Talib had a major impact. Outside of that, Logan Ryan was good, Blount and Jamie Collins real contributions didn't really come until towards the end of the season.

    Signing an injury prone Danny Amendola, and then having him get hurt, turned out to be a MAJOR bust. Left us with a bunch of rookie WRs who clearly weren't ready to be starters. Armond Armstead was also a non factor and left this team extremely thin at DT.


    Sorry, BB was not Exec of the year...Only reason why this team was competitive this season was because of his Coaching Job.


    Steve Keim would have gotten my vote. A lot of good FA and draft signings (even if their top 10 pick missing the season)that made them a competitive team. He also got Carson Palmer over wasting a draft pick on a QB in a week draft class...which should give them an opportunity to go for a QB this year.

     
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    Caserio and BB should get Exec of the Year in a runaway




    LMAO!  You are such a HOMER!!!  You really are.  Nobody likes you on here, you should just leave. You have to be the biggest liar and tool on this forum.

    If you don't think John Dorsey deserves it then you really need to get your head examined. 



    WHat is the case for Dorsey? Doing what I suggested all offseason, offering a 2nd for the quality Alex Smith and to hire the best coach available, Andy Reid?

    Keep in mind, the Hunts hired Reid before Dorsey. Getting Smith was a no brainer.  If a fan like me is suggesting that on a Pats board, why is it so special?

    All Dorsey did was inheret some nice talent left behind by Pioli from the 2009 draft through 2012's draft.

    KC had like 6 Pro Bowlers in 2012, but they simply got healthy in 2013 (Charles, etc) and improved the coach/QB spots.

    But, the Hhunts hired Reid and Dorsey.  To give a 1st year GM that award is ridiculous.

    What case are you making for Dorsey? Head examined?  

    KC had many injuries last year and fell off the map with 6 Pro Bowlers. NE had a record for injuries/players missing this year and went 12-4.

    That's due to the GM work, the scouts, etc, plugging all the holes, quite well, actually.

     

     




    Dorsey was magnificent!  In 1 short year he changed the culture within the franchise, made several key moves through trades, free agency and the draft that helped take a team from 2-14 to 11-5 and reach the playoffs, again after 1 short season. Unbelievable!

    BTW, LOL at you for suggesting they get Alex Smith and Andy Reid. Hahaha!  Dude, everyone made that suggestion... Dorsey pulled it off!! 




    As I recall the Chiefs were generally considered to be vastly underperforming for the talent they already had. Any competent GM should have been able to pull off what Dorsey did. There was nothing special in it. On top of that it is the head coach that sets the culture so don't lay that at Dorsey's feet, it was Reid that did that.



    Exactly, and they lost Berry, Charles and Moeaki in 2012.   All the Hunts did was hire Reid and Dorsey, but that shouldn't mean Dorsey gets credit for anything other than the Smith acquisiton, which again was a no brainer and they were a clear leading candidate for Smith based on their QB situation.

    THe team was already built. Not even close to what BB and Caserio did this year with the drafted talent or scouted scrap heap pick ups, being plugged in with such great overall success.

    BB/Caserio in a runaway if there was no anti-BB bias.

     




    Tailib out, defense sucks... Bradys best wr was a 7th rnd former QB.  Hahaha, BB/Caserio deserves a kick in the butt for that, certainly not exec of the year.  What a dork.




    So, developing players internally is a bad thing in your opinion?  Brady was a 6th rd pick. Who cares where the player was drafted?

    Nice work mocking humans like Edelman who busted their tails and produced for this team.

    Sick. Leave the fanbase. You've been asked before.




    Developing players is a good thing except when the majority of the players they draft, don't make it past 2 years and go on to create dead money which prevents them from acquiring actual talent.... which has been the norm from BB for the past 8 years.

    When the backfield falls apart due to the loss of one Db, that's not good.  It means the players, waiting to be developed, aren't good enough . Relying on rookies, (as a result of past failures), to get you through, isn't good enough, it's a problem.

    You, always pointing out the short comings of other teams GMs and not your own, is ignorant.  You blaming one player and not the Gm, who put the team together and controls who plays or not, is beyond ignorant.

    Sick.  Leave the fan base.  You are asked constantly.

     
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    Caserio and BB should get Exec of the Year in a runaway




    LMAO!  You are such a HOMER!!!  You really are.  Nobody likes you on here, you should just leave. You have to be the biggest liar and tool on this forum.

    If you don't think John Dorsey deserves it then you really need to get your head examined. 



    WHat is the case for Dorsey? Doing what I suggested all offseason, offering a 2nd for the quality Alex Smith and to hire the best coach available, Andy Reid?

    Keep in mind, the Hunts hired Reid before Dorsey. Getting Smith was a no brainer.  If a fan like me is suggesting that on a Pats board, why is it so special?

    All Dorsey did was inheret some nice talent left behind by Pioli from the 2009 draft through 2012's draft.

    KC had like 6 Pro Bowlers in 2012, but they simply got healthy in 2013 (Charles, etc) and improved the coach/QB spots.

    But, the Hhunts hired Reid and Dorsey.  To give a 1st year GM that award is ridiculous.

    What case are you making for Dorsey? Head examined?  

    KC had many injuries last year and fell off the map with 6 Pro Bowlers. NE had a record for injuries/players missing this year and went 12-4.

    That's due to the GM work, the scouts, etc, plugging all the holes, quite well, actually.

     

     




    Dorsey was magnificent!  In 1 short year he changed the culture within the franchise, made several key moves through trades, free agency and the draft that helped take a team from 2-14 to 11-5 and reach the playoffs, again after 1 short season. Unbelievable!

    BTW, LOL at you for suggesting they get Alex Smith and Andy Reid. Hahaha!  Dude, everyone made that suggestion... Dorsey pulled it off!! 




    As I recall the Chiefs were generally considered to be vastly underperforming for the talent they already had. Any competent GM should have been able to pull off what Dorsey did. There was nothing special in it. On top of that it is the head coach that sets the culture so don't lay that at Dorsey's feet, it was Reid that did that.



    Exactly, and they lost Berry, Charles and Moeaki in 2012.   All the Hunts did was hire Reid and Dorsey, but that shouldn't mean Dorsey gets credit for anything other than the Smith acquisiton, which again was a no brainer and they were a clear leading candidate for Smith based on their QB situation.

    THe team was already built. Not even close to what BB and Caserio did this year with the drafted talent or scouted scrap heap pick ups, being plugged in with such great overall success.

    BB/Caserio in a runaway if there was no anti-BB bias.

     




    Tailib out, defense sucks... Bradys best wr was a 7th rnd former QB.  Hahaha, BB/Caserio deserves a kick in the butt for that, certainly not exec of the year.  What a dork.




    So, developing players internally is a bad thing in your opinion?  Brady was a 6th rd pick. Who cares where the player was drafted?

    Nice work mocking humans like Edelman who busted their tails and produced for this team.

    Sick. Leave the fanbase. You've been asked before.




    Developing players is a good thing except when the majority of the players they draft, don't make it past 2 years and go on to create dead money which prevents them from acquiring actual talent.... which has been the norm from BB for the past 8 years.

    When the backfield falls apart due to the loss of one Db, that's not good.  It means the players, waiting to be developed, aren't good enough . Relying on rookies, (as a result of past failures), to get you through, isn't good enough, it's a problem.

    You, always pointing out the short comings of other teams GMs and not your own, is ignorant.  You blaming one player and not the Gm, who put the team together and controls who plays or not, is beyond ignorant.

    Sick.  Leave the fan base.  You are asked constantly.



    When you have an elite CB, if that elite CB drops, the drop off is going to be noticeable.

    Revis, Sherman, Peterson, if any one of those CBs was not involved in a title game, of course that will have a big effect.

    Of course, especially when facing the world record offense like Denver.

    This is why no one likes you here.  You are completely disingenuous not acknowledging that there is an obvious drop off from uber elite players.

    As if Hooman can pick up from Gronk?  Of course not. That means the drop off is significant.

    Leave the board for good. I am sure there is a www.IWhackToBrady.com board you can join.




    Hmmm. the Broncos lost their top CB (among other key players) and it didn't seem to be a big problem.

    Maybe it's because they weren't relying on 13 rookies to get them to the big game.

    Yup, by golly, I think that could be it.

    BB Fail!  Crusty the BBB licking, degenerate. FAIL!

     
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    So, developing players internally is a bad thing in your opinion?  Brady was a 6th rd pick. Who cares where the player was drafted?

    Nice work mocking humans like Edelman who busted their tails and produced for this team.

    Sick. Leave the fanbase. You've been asked before.



    You have been asked to leave the forum and fan base by 99% of the people here. 



    20-25 people is not 99% of the board, professor.   




    You think only 20-25 people have asked you to leave the forum?  Haha, there is more then that.  Like I said, 99% of the forum would like you to leave.

     
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    Thanks again to BB for an impressive year as Exec of the Year w/Caserio.



    Again, not enough talent to get to the big game.  Not very impressive.

     
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    Caserio and BB should get Exec of the Year in a runaway

     




     

    LMAO!  You are such a HOMER!!!  You really are.  Nobody likes you on here, you should just leave. You have to be the biggest liar and tool on this forum.

    If you don't think John Dorsey deserves it then you really need to get your head examined. 



    WHat is the case for Dorsey? Doing what I suggested all offseason, offering a 2nd for the quality Alex Smith and to hire the best coach available, Andy Reid?

    Keep in mind, the Hunts hired Reid before Dorsey. Getting Smith was a no brainer.  If a fan like me is suggesting that on a Pats board, why is it so special?

    All Dorsey did was inheret some nice talent left behind by Pioli from the 2009 draft through 2012's draft.

    KC had like 6 Pro Bowlers in 2012, but they simply got healthy in 2013 (Charles, etc) and improved the coach/QB spots.

    But, the Hhunts hired Reid and Dorsey.  To give a 1st year GM that award is ridiculous.

    What case are you making for Dorsey? Head examined?  

    KC had many injuries last year and fell off the map with 6 Pro Bowlers. NE had a record for injuries/players missing this year and went 12-4.

    That's due to the GM work, the scouts, etc, plugging all the holes, quite well, actually.

     

     




    Dorsey was magnificent!  In 1 short year he changed the culture within the franchise, made several key moves through trades, free agency and the draft that helped take a team from 2-14 to 11-5 and reach the playoffs, again after 1 short season. Unbelievable!

    BTW, LOL at you for suggesting they get Alex Smith and Andy Reid. Hahaha!  Dude, everyone made that suggestion... Dorsey pulled it off!! 




    As I recall the Chiefs were generally considered to be vastly underperforming for the talent they already had. Any competent GM should have been able to pull off what Dorsey did. There was nothing special in it. On top of that it is the head coach that sets the culture so don't lay that at Dorsey's feet, it was Reid that did that.



    Exactly, and they lost Berry, Charles and Moeaki in 2012.   All the Hunts did was hire Reid and Dorsey, but that shouldn't mean Dorsey gets credit for anything other than the Smith acquisiton, which again was a no brainer and they were a clear leading candidate for Smith based on their QB situation.

    THe team was already built. Not even close to what BB and Caserio did this year with the drafted talent or scouted scrap heap pick ups, being plugged in with such great overall success.

    BB/Caserio in a runaway if there was no anti-BB bias.

     




    Tailib out, defense sucks... Bradys best wr was a 7th rnd former QB.  Hahaha, BB/Caserio deserves a kick in the butt for that, certainly not exec of the year.  What a dork.




    So, developing players internally is a bad thing in your opinion?  Brady was a 6th rd pick. Who cares where the player was drafted?

    Nice work mocking humans like Edelman who busted their tails and produced for this team.

    Sick. Leave the fanbase. You've been asked before.




    Developing players is a good thing except when the majority of the players they draft, don't make it past 2 years and go on to create dead money which prevents them from acquiring actual talent.... which has been the norm from BB for the past 8 years.

    When the backfield falls apart due to the loss of one Db, that's not good.  It means the players, waiting to be developed, aren't good enough . Relying on rookies, (as a result of past failures), to get you through, isn't good enough, it's a problem.

    You, always pointing out the short comings of other teams GMs and not your own, is ignorant.  You blaming one player and not the Gm, who put the team together and controls who plays or not, is beyond ignorant.

    Sick.  Leave the fan base.  You are asked constantly.



    When you have an elite CB, if that elite CB drops, the drop off is going to be noticeable.

    Revis, Sherman, Peterson, if any one of those CBs was not involved in a title game, of course that will have a big effect.

    Of course, especially when facing the world record offense like Denver.

    This is why no one likes you here.  You are completely disingenuous not acknowledging that there is an obvious drop off from uber elite players.

    As if Hooman can pick up from Gronk?  Of course not. That means the drop off is significant.

    Leave the board for good. I am sure there is a www.IWhackToBrady.com board you can join.




    Hmmm. the Broncos lost their top CB (among other key players) and it didn't seem to be a big problem.

    Maybe it's because they weren't relying on 13 rookies to get them to the big game.

    Yup, by golly, I think that could be it.

    BB Fail!  Crusty the BBB licking, degenerate. FAIL!



    Umm, it's because their offense actually executed. Ours sucked, yet again leaving the D out to dry.

    If we didn't lose other key starters like Gronk, Kelly in that game, even without Talib, we probably win.

    For every big name Denver lost, we still have them in spades in terms of injury destruction.

    Vickerson = Kelly

    We lost Wilfork, they had Knighton.  Advantage Denver at DT and LB there.

    They lost no LBs like we lost Mayo and Spikes, which was a huge difference when comparing.

    Each lost a starting Tackle.  They lost their starting Center.  We had injuries to other OL during the year. At one point, Mankins played Tackle, so that element is a wash.

    Also, I'd rather have Logan Ryan over 34 year old Quentin Jammer. So, this whole "we had to stary rookies" premise blows. Logan Ryan was a better player than Quentin Jammer. Fact.

    Dennard had a knee procedure in Denver. Rodgers-Cromartie was healthy.

    I can right on down the list when comparing the two.  No team has ever sustainng the wrath of injuries and made it to the conf title game like NE did. Not one.

    Exposed and bludgeoned with ease.

    Thanks again to BB for an impressive year as Exec of the Year w/Caserio.



    Explain again how this helps BB in his exec of the year award..again, you're mixing coaching with Exec.

    Here's an example of Exec of the year.

    Denver loses Chris Harris, Vickerson, Miller, Wolfe, Clady, Koppen, Moore and Julius Thomas and Wes Welker for large parts of the season if not all. If I'm not mistaken, you even talked about how weak this defense was leading up to the AFC Championship game and throughout the season.

     

    Despite that, the Bronco's still had the personnel to make it to the Super Bowl with one of the greatest offenses in the history of the game.

    So Denver sustains injuries to what you already considered an overrated defense, and make it to the Super Bowl, yet maintain an extremely high level of play.

    The Patriots sustain a ton of injuries as well, their play drops significantly do those injuries, but BB and Caserio are the runaway Exec's of the year?

     

    No. Great coach job by BB. Great job by Denver's front office for creating a roster that can maintain a certain level of play despite their injuries.

     
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    Thanks again to BB for an impressive year as Exec of the Year w/Caserio.



    Again, not enough talent to get to the big game.  Not very impressive.



    Look, off season signings of Washington, Amendola, Kelly and Wilson did not work out.

    The Blount trade was great. (Talib trade was last year)

    Signing Vollmer to such an incentive based deal was very smart! signing Arrington at his number maybe wasn't so smart. Waiting on the field to sign Talib was smart.

    The performance of all of the UDFA's is a coaching positive IMO, not. GM deal. 

     

     
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    Thanks again to BB for an impressive year as Exec of the Year w/Caserio.

     



    Again, not enough talent to get to the big game.  Not very impressive.

     



    Look, off season signings of Washington, Amendola, Kelly and Wilson did not work out.

    The Blount trade was great. (Talib trade was last year)

    Signing Vollmer to such an incentive based deal was very smart! signing Arrington at his number maybe wasn't so smart. Waiting on the field to sign Talib was smart.

    The performance of all of the UDFA's is a coaching positive IMO, not. GM deal. 

     




    Armstead, Amendola, Donald Jones, Molasses Mike, Sanders offer... all fails.  Lets see what Blount brings to the table this season.  2 great games, lets see if he can do more.

     
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    LMAO!  You are such a HOMER!!!  You really are.  Nobody likes you on here, you should just leave. You have to be the biggest liar and tool on this forum.

    If you don't think John Dorsey deserves it then you really need to get your head examined. 



    WHat is the case for Dorsey? Doing what I suggested all offseason, offering a 2nd for the quality Alex Smith and to hire the best coach available, Andy Reid?

    Keep in mind, the Hunts hired Reid before Dorsey. Getting Smith was a no brainer.  If a fan like me is suggesting that on a Pats board, why is it so special?

    All Dorsey did was inheret some nice talent left behind by Pioli from the 2009 draft through 2012's draft.

    KC had like 6 Pro Bowlers in 2012, but they simply got healthy in 2013 (Charles, etc) and improved the coach/QB spots.

    But, the Hhunts hired Reid and Dorsey.  To give a 1st year GM that award is ridiculous.

    What case are you making for Dorsey? Head examined?  

    KC had many injuries last year and fell off the map with 6 Pro Bowlers. NE had a record for injuries/players missing this year and went 12-4.

    That's due to the GM work, the scouts, etc, plugging all the holes, quite well, actually.

     

     




    Dorsey was magnificent!  In 1 short year he changed the culture within the franchise, made several key moves through trades, free agency and the draft that helped take a team from 2-14 to 11-5 and reach the playoffs, again after 1 short season. Unbelievable!

    BTW, LOL at you for suggesting they get Alex Smith and Andy Reid. Hahaha!  Dude, everyone made that suggestion... Dorsey pulled it off!! 




    As I recall the Chiefs were generally considered to be vastly underperforming for the talent they already had. Any competent GM should have been able to pull off what Dorsey did. There was nothing special in it. On top of that it is the head coach that sets the culture so don't lay that at Dorsey's feet, it was Reid that did that.



    Exactly, and they lost Berry, Charles and Moeaki in 2012.   All the Hunts did was hire Reid and Dorsey, but that shouldn't mean Dorsey gets credit for anything other than the Smith acquisiton, which again was a no brainer and they were a clear leading candidate for Smith based on their QB situation.

    THe team was already built. Not even close to what BB and Caserio did this year with the drafted talent or scouted scrap heap pick ups, being plugged in with such great overall success.

    BB/Caserio in a runaway if there was no anti-BB bias.

     




    Tailib out, defense sucks... Bradys best wr was a 7th rnd former QB.  Hahaha, BB/Caserio deserves a kick in the butt for that, certainly not exec of the year.  What a dork.




    So, developing players internally is a bad thing in your opinion?  Brady was a 6th rd pick. Who cares where the player was drafted?

    Nice work mocking humans like Edelman who busted their tails and produced for this team.

    Sick. Leave the fanbase. You've been asked before.




    Developing players is a good thing except when the majority of the players they draft, don't make it past 2 years and go on to create dead money which prevents them from acquiring actual talent.... which has been the norm from BB for the past 8 years.

    When the backfield falls apart due to the loss of one Db, that's not good.  It means the players, waiting to be developed, aren't good enough . Relying on rookies, (as a result of past failures), to get you through, isn't good enough, it's a problem.

    You, always pointing out the short comings of other teams GMs and not your own, is ignorant.  You blaming one player and not the Gm, who put the team together and controls who plays or not, is beyond ignorant.

    Sick.  Leave the fan base.  You are asked constantly.



    When you have an elite CB, if that elite CB drops, the drop off is going to be noticeable.

    Revis, Sherman, Peterson, if any one of those CBs was not involved in a title game, of course that will have a big effect.

    Of course, especially when facing the world record offense like Denver.

    This is why no one likes you here.  You are completely disingenuous not acknowledging that there is an obvious drop off from uber elite players.

    As if Hooman can pick up from Gronk?  Of course not. That means the drop off is significant.

    Leave the board for good. I am sure there is a www.IWhackToBrady.com board you can join.




    Hmmm. the Broncos lost their top CB (among other key players) and it didn't seem to be a big problem.

    Maybe it's because they weren't relying on 13 rookies to get them to the big game.

    Yup, by golly, I think that could be it.

    BB Fail!  Crusty the BBB licking, degenerate. FAIL!



    Umm, it's because their offense actually executed. Ours sucked, yet again leaving the D out to dry.

    If we didn't lose other key starters like Gronk, Kelly in that game, even without Talib, we probably win.

    For every big name Denver lost, we still have them in spades in terms of injury destruction.

    Vickerson = Kelly

    We lost Wilfork, they had Knighton.  Advantage Denver at DT and LB there.

    They lost no LBs like we lost Mayo and Spikes, which was a huge difference when comparing.

    Each lost a starting Tackle.  They lost their starting Center.  We had injuries to other OL during the year. At one point, Mankins played Tackle, so that element is a wash.

    Also, I'd rather have Logan Ryan over 34 year old Quentin Jammer. So, this whole "we had to stary rookies" premise blows. Logan Ryan was a better player than Quentin Jammer. Fact.

    Dennard had a knee procedure in Denver. Rodgers-Cromartie was healthy.

    I can right on down the list when comparing the two.  No team has ever sustainng the wrath of injuries and made it to the conf title game like NE did. Not one.

    Exposed and bludgeoned with ease.

    Thanks again to BB for an impressive year as Exec of the Year w/Caserio.




    God are you STUPID!  Their O executed, scoring on 6/7 drives and 500+ yards ( a record) because the Pats D SUCKED.  Plain and simple.

    They didn't embarrass the Chargers that way.  The lowly chargers gave up less points with more possessions.

    500+ yards and scoring on ALL BUT ONE POSSESSION, is beyond embarrassing.

    Scoring on 3 of 7 drives, is very respectable.  6 of 7 is ludicrous!

    Any other Gm (other than Jerry Jones) would be FIRED for that s hit!

    Bottom ranked defenses for YEARS, always get GMs fired!

    It's the offense that has prevented that from happening.

     
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    God are you STUPID!  Their O executed, scoring on 6/7 drives and 500+ yards ( a record) because the Pats D SUCKED.  Plain and simple.

    They didn't embarrass the Chargers that way.  The lowly chargers gave up less points with more possessions.

    500+ yards and scoring on ALL BUT ONE POSSESSION, is beyond embarrassing.

    Scoring on 3 of 7 drives, is very respectable.  6 of 7 is ludicrous!

    Any other Gm (other than Jerry Jones) would be FIRED for that s hit!

    Bottom ranked defenses for YEARS, always get GMs fired!

    It's the offense that has prevented that from happening.



    Truth!

    Rusty exposed as a fraud again.  Keep trying to push your agenda Rusty and keep getting beat down. Hahaha!  Fraud!

     
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    Thanks again to BB for an impressive year as Exec of the Year w/Caserio.

     



    Again, not enough talent to get to the big game.  Not very impressive.

     



    Look, off season signings of Washington, Amendola, Kelly and Wilson did not work out.

    The Blount trade was great. (Talib trade was last year)

    Signing Vollmer to such an incentive based deal was very smart! signing Arrington at his number maybe wasn't so smart. Waiting on the field to sign Talib was smart.

    The performance of all of the UDFA's is a coaching positive IMO, not. GM deal. 

     




    Armstead, Amendola, Donald Jones, Molasses Mike, Sanders offer... all fails.  Lets see what Blount brings to the table this season.  2 great games, lets see if he can do more.



    Agreed. I wonder if a player such as Blount plays as well if used in a different manner than BB played him? There is a lot of over lap with what BB the coach gets out of the players, to compensate misses by BB the GM. 

     
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    BB decimated the WR position and failed to bring in anyone that could contribute a quarter of what Hernandez did. He had a couple of months to find a tight end that could run a route and make a play here and there but he went in to the season with two blocking tight ends who brought absolutely nothing in the pass game instead. This having known that Gronk would be a huge question mark too.

    He also had barely any quality depth behind Wilfork and Kelly which many posters expressed great concern about in the offseason leading to the overmatched Vellano playing way too much and even starting a handful of games. Surprise surprise, no push up the middle again.

    Sorry, that is not runaway executive of the year material.

     
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    BB decimated the WR position and failed to bring in anyone that could contribute a quarter of what Hernandez did. He had a couple of months to find a tight end that could run a route and make a play here and there but he went in to the season with two blocking tight ends who brought absolutely nothing in the pass game instead. This having known that Gronk would be a huge question mark too.

    He also had barely any quality depth behind Wilfork and Kelly which many posters expressed great concern about in the offseason leading to the overmatched Vellano playing way too much and even starting a handful of games. Surprise surprise, no push up the middle again.

    Sorry, that is not runaway executive of the year material.



    I was impressed with what I saw from Sudfeld in camp, but was also really surprised that Dallas Clark was not signed. He would have been a huge asset for TB. 

     
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