I serious doubt more than Peyton. Cmon. He STILL does it to this day and he isn't even playing.Vircavs....your dislike for the Pats is looking a little obvious here....Brady works harder than any QB in the league....he has watched more film than any QB in the league by twice and that includes Peyton....luck isn't something that is particular to a person, it is the result of hard work and relentless pursuit.....following a game Brady goes immediately to his next opponent and studies and by Monday morning when all the Pats are sitting the war room going over Sunday's goofs and upcoming opponent Belichick says if he's not totally prepared then Brady blows him out of the water.....he reads defense as well as anyone and that's because he studies more than anyone....and what game were you watching last week when Brady was zipping balls at 100mph into ridiculiously small windows within 1.5 seconds of identifying where he was going....i could go on and on but the facts are Brady had been operating at the very highest level for 17 years against the very best and succeeding not due to luck but because he is an incredibly high functioning human being who works harder than anyone at his craft....for you to demean that is just plain wrong
I did, and 8 things is not a sample sizeUh 8 Brady/Bel super bowls. Can you get a better sample size lmao? Im talking about the B/B Pats, Teed, not super bowls in general. Not sure you caught that
You're right it is a trend. Whether it is a predictive trend with causation is another question. The team composition and strategy has changed greatly over those 8 superbowls so I would lean toward not relying on this trend as predictive.Uh 8 Brady/Bel super bowls. Can you get a better sample size lmao? Im talking about the B/B Pats, Teed, not super bowls in general. Not sure you caught that
Prob not going to play it myself, just thought the continuity over time was interesting. Pats mentality seems pretty composed and business-like. Seems like underdogs like Atlanta come out with a lot more fire. I would think along those lines.You're right it is a trend. Whether it is a predictive trend with causation is another question. The team composition and strategy has changed greatly over those 8 superbowls so I would lean toward not relying on this trend as predictive.
I'm liking the thought process that NE would receive, LA would defer. I can't find a who gets the ball first propBetter way to view the angle in this one (1st Quarters) is that the Pats have scored a combined 3 points in all their SB appearances with Hoodie.
This gets to the heart of how the Pats NORMALLY approach this game...don't worry about the start, focus on the finish. BUT...I think they receive if they win the toss today and want to play from ahead....its a stay away from me, but GL whatever you gents play
To be fair, Gilmore and Lattimore are probably the 2 best corners playing today. Gilmore is fucking outstanding and probably the No.1 guy in the league IMORams never had a chance.
But on defense how hard was it to stop 2 marginally average players like Robert Woods and Brandin Cooks? It was fairly easy.