Are you for real here? Week 2 our D and the crowd flustered Brady into consecutive delay of game penalties on one series, and had him on the run most of the game. The D also had a couple of great stops inside the 20. Feely made 3 chip shots because our offense stalled inside the 20 twice and just outside the 3rd time. And are you really counting extra points as part of "winning the game"?
As for the Buffalo game, don't mention the fact that we ran for 250 yards or anything, or that our D played lights out again. He made one longish field goal and 3 chip shots in a dome, so he's definitely God.
Also, if you want to make the kicker the center of the universe,as you are doing here, Feely technically lost us the first Buffalo game then. He missed a 44 yarder going into the half and those 3 points would have forced Buffalo to score 2 TD's instead of a TD and a FG to tie. (Yes I realize Sanchez' five INT's are the main factor in that loss)
The way your posts read, you didn't even actually watch these games. You just went to a box score and dug up some numbers and told a totally different story then what actually happened.
Are you really using breaking tackles as a criteria for proving Jones better than LT? I can't remember one tackle TJ broke in 3 years here. I loved TJ, but the man dropped like a fly if someone breathed on him.
Agreed, I thought it was awesome to see him have their backs like that. Mangini woulda stood there with a blank expression and chewed just a little bit harder on that gum. I wish it would've made an impact though. If that were Belly then you know the make up call would've been coming, but we don't get one. Though I guess Cindy would've gotten the flag to begin with so...
So Freeman does it and we can just throw it out. Sanchez does it and he's the god damn devil. Oh and to once again answer your question, this is now 4 times since Sanchez that a QB has thrown 5 INT's so I guess it happens pretty frequently.