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I completely disagree. Since leaving the Pats, Brady has become a lovable doofus off the field while remaining a killer on it. Belichick is the same humorless, sociopathic prick he’s always been. This

Hasselbeck on espn just said Mac would go #1 in a re draft lmao

The best possible outcome is for Brady to destroy Belichick, then pull a muscle in his vagina on his final play which causes him to have to retire at last. To get over the humiliation Kraft decid

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5 minutes ago, SteveAoikiAsics said:

Yet pats only scored 17pts. His stats will look pretty, but who cares?
 

Not a fan of that style of play. It’s hard to execute 15 yd drives in the NFL. 

They give him a lot of help by making it simple, having a proven system, and not asking him to do too much. He is smart but has a noodle arm and is immobile. Collinsworth was way over the top with his ball washing tonight. 

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18 minutes ago, SteveAoikiAsics said:

Yet pats only scored 17pts. His stats will look pretty, but who cares?
 

Not a fan of that style of play. It’s hard to execute 15 yd drives in the NFL. 

Disagree. Those are actually pretty easy to execute. It's just that most of the time that means you're punting 😆

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36 minutes ago, SteveAoikiAsics said:

Yet pats only scored 17pts. His stats will look pretty, but who cares?
 

Not a fan of that style of play. It’s hard to execute 15 yd drives in the NFL. 

I assume you mean 15 play drives? If so, that’s literally how Brady won many of his Super Bowls.

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2 hours ago, Pichula said:

Hasselbeck on espn just said Mac would go #1 in a re draft lmao

He’s definitely been the most impressive of the rookies. Doing the simple stuff well, if it was that easy everyone would do it.

He sees the field very well and is comfortable with the speed of the game. Was definitely the least raw of all the prospects. I doubt he goes first in a redraft but some here are in denial about how he looks. He’s been excellent.

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5 hours ago, Irish Jet said:

He’s definitely been the most impressive of the rookies. Doing the simple stuff well, if it was that easy everyone would do it.

He sees the field very well and is comfortable with the speed of the game. Was definitely the least raw of all the prospects. I doubt he goes first in a redraft but some here are in denial about how he looks. He’s been excellent.

No one is in denial about anything. The kid has a good processor but isn’t physically gifted. He was coming off a 3 pick game and lucky white dropped what would have been an absolutely horrendous game losing pick 6.

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5 hours ago, Irish Jet said:

He’s definitely been the most impressive of the rookies. Doing the simple stuff well, if it was that easy everyone would do it.

He sees the field very well and is comfortable with the speed of the game. Was definitely the least raw of all the prospects. I doubt he goes first in a redraft but some here are in denial about how he looks. He’s been excellent.

They're 1-3...Not sure everyone would do it.

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7 hours ago, Facts said:

I assume you mean 15 play drives? If so, that’s literally how Brady won many of his Super Bowls.

1st, that's not true.  

2nd, trying to compare Mac Jones to the greatest QB of all times is just silly.

It's very hard in the NFL to sustain long drives consistently.  It's really not even a topic that's debatable.  Heck it's Saleh's entire style of defense.  Bend don't break, get to 3rd down and make a play.  

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11 minutes ago, Pichula said:

No one is in denial about anything. The kid has a good processor but isn’t physically gifted. He was coming off a 3 pick game and lucky white dropped what would have been an absolutely horrendous game losing pick 6.

He has vision a fast processing mind and a great release.  Those are physical gifts.      

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3 minutes ago, Biggs said:

He has vision a fast processing mind and a great release.  Those are physical gifts.      

A mind and processing is literally not a physical gift

where was the processor on his horrible dropped pick to white or the horrible three picks the week before? I’m not saying he’s bad, but he’s a low ceiling player

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8 hours ago, Facts said:

I assume you mean 15 play drives? If so, that’s literally how Brady won many of his Super Bowls.

16, 24 (4 turnovers),  13, 17

He’s not scoring points and the Pats are 1-3. 
 

It’s hard to execute 15 play drives. The more plays you run the more likely something goes wrong. That is Salehs philosophy in a nutshell. 

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1 minute ago, Pichula said:

A mind and processing is literally not a physical gift

where was the processor on his horrible dropped pick to white or the horrible three picks the week before? I’m not saying he’s bad, but he’s a low ceiling player

The brain and the ability to see the things other people can't and process it into action at lightning speed is definetly a physical gift.  It translates to every sport including boxing. 

He's an outstanding QB prospect who is right now the best rookie QB in this class.  

The conditions last night were terrible.  It was a high pressure game.  He played well with a team that was outmanned across the board.   Tom Brady looked like dog sh*t in the same conditions with an allstar team. 

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12 hours ago, Ghost420 said:

Why exactly is Brady a douchebag? 

You serious?

Lied throughout the Deflategate scandal. whiny b on the field, skirts salary cap by selling supplements to his team, messaging that drinking water prevents sunburn, the way he dresses...

That's just scratching the surface.

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27 minutes ago, Biggs said:

The brain and the ability to see the things other people can't and process it into action at lightning speed is definetly a physical gift.  It translates to every sport including boxing. 

He's an outstanding QB prospect who is right now the best rookie QB in this class.  

The conditions last night were terrible.  It was a high pressure game.  He played well with a team that was outmanned across the board.   Tom Brady looked like dog sh*t in the same conditions with an allstar team. 

No genius, it’s a gift but not a physical gift. It’s a mental gift, of the mind. 

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9 minutes ago, Pichula said:

No genius, it’s a gift but not a physical gift. It’s a mental gift, of the mind. 

Your brain is the most complex physical organ in your body.  There are plenty of dummies with small brains and great hamstrings who are uncordinated.  Kurt Warner is in the HOF because of the processing speed of his brain.  A physical gift. 

You act like the skills don't have to be learned.  They just happen becuase.  They don't.  Physical gifts that you don't attribute to brain function are almost irrelevant to great professional athletes.  

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7 minutes ago, Biggs said:

Your brain is the most complex physical organ in your body.  There are plenty of dummies with small brains and great hamstrings who are uncordinated.  Kurt Warner is in the HOF because of the processing speed of his brain.  A physical gift. 

You act like the skills don't have to be learned.  They just happen becuase.  They don't.  Physical gifts that you don't attribute to brain function are almost irrelevant to great professional athletes.  

You’re just being argumentative. Steven hawking is greatest athlete to ever live now? 

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9 minutes ago, Pichula said:

You’re just being argumentative. Steven hawking is greatest athlete to ever live now? 

I'm sure you have big biceps and a tiny brain.  Here's some reality.

Tom Brady, Payton Manning, Joe Montana, Johny Unitas, Kurt Warner and Drew Brees weren't in the same physical catagory as John Elway, Dan Marino or Cam Newton.  They were all quicker processors and had better anticipation and saw the play faster than their more "physically" gifted counterparts.  

You want to say they had a lower ceiling because of their physical gifts have at it.  You're discounting that some people's brains work differently.  It's not a matter of smarts, it's a matter of seeing it and turning it into coordinated action at a quicker rate.  That's a physical gift.  It's not argumentative it is obvious. 

 

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5 hours ago, JetPotato said:

You serious?

Lied throughout the Deflategate scandal. whiny b on the field, skirts salary cap by selling supplements to his team, messaging that drinking water prevents sunburn, the way he dresses...

That's just scratching the surface.

  • Left his pregnant wife for that dude Gisele
  • Took small business money during the pandemic to peddle his "anti-COVID" vitamin supplements like a snake oil salesman
  • Cried during an interview because he was drafted in Rd 6 and insulted insurance salesmen everywhere in the process
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3 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:
  • Left his pregnant wife for that dude Gisele
  • Took small business money during the pandemic to peddle his "anti-COVID" vitamin supplements like a snake oil salesman
  • Cried during an interview because he was drafted in Rd 6 and insulted insurance salesmen everywhere in the process

That COVID one is the worst.  That's just icing on the scumbag cake. 

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5 hours ago, FidelioJet said:

1st, that's not true.  

2nd, trying to compare Mac Jones to the greatest QB of all times is just silly.

It's very hard in the NFL to sustain long drives consistently.  It's really not even a topic that's debatable.  Heck it's Saleh's entire style of defense.  Bend don't break, get to 3rd down and make a play.  

1st, it is true. That’s McDaniels entire offensive philosophy. The west coast offense.

2nd, I don’t give a crap if it’s Saleh’s philosophy. Until proven otherwise; he’s crap. His defense couldn’t stop Tannehill from marching down the field with 1 minute left and hasn’t stopped anyone else either. Thank goodness their kicker missed that kick.

 

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5 hours ago, JetPotato said:

You serious?

Lied throughout the Deflategate scandal. whiny b on the field, skirts salary cap by selling supplements to his team, messaging that drinking water prevents sunburn, the way he dresses...

That's just scratching the surface.

The way he dresses lmao. 

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17 minutes ago, Facts said:

1st, it is true. That’s McDaniels entire offensive philosophy. The west coast offense.

2nd, I don’t give a crap if it’s Saleh’s philosophy. Until proven otherwise; he’s crap. His defense couldn’t stop Tannehill from marching down the field with 1 minute left and hasn’t stopped anyone else either. Thank goodness their kicker missed that kick.

 

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So Randy Moss was a ball control kinda WR?

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38 minutes ago, FidelioJet said:

So Randy Moss was a ball control kinda WR?

Patriots never won any SB’s with Randy Moss 🤦🏻‍♂️

Their Super Bowl teams were almost all west coast offense systems with Brady averaging 6.9 yards per throw in his first two Super Bowls and 7.1 and 7.6 in his fourth and sixth Super Bowl seasons.

Brady dinked and dunked his way to Super Bowls. How any knowledgable football fan doesn’t know this is beyond me.

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