Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by PatsRule, Feb 3, 2008.
Well maybe if he could get more than 2 seconds to throw the ball he could do something.
yea...Tom Brady has no passion...
This is the worst thread I've ever seen.
I think one of Tom's best trait's is that he never gets too high or too low... or at least he usually doesn't show it. I would worry more about our offensive line or Randy Moss.
What i mean is when he was on the sidelines he is normally pacing and cheering the guys on.I did not see that last night.
isn't he dating Gizzele Bunchin? He has PLENTY of passion if you ask me. lol
He was def off last night! Maybe his ankle was bothering him. There were some wide open receivers that he missed. Brady looked like a average QB. But you can't place blame on Brady, the Giants' D brought the HEAT on him all night. He stood in there strong on almost all the pressure.
I think what the OP is trying to say, is that in the biggest game of Brady's career, he wasn't himself... HE DID... He looked sick to me, his face had a yellowish tint to it on the close ups after plays in the 3 quarter on, he was sweating heavily... I can't remember the last time I saw Brady's face sweaty like that... Seriously... He really needs some rest and get his body checked out..
I'm more a reader than a poster but I gotta chime in here. Tom Brady is the greatest QB ever, he is more passionate than any QB ever, but last night he did look sick.
My friends first brought in up when Tom was walking in the tunnel at halftime, Tom just looked sick.
I'm not sure if his ankle was really hurt and he knew that he was in big trouble, but I do believe his innacuracy on passes he usually completes meant he couldn't push off and get behind a throw.
I think his ankle was hurting him. I don't know if it just suddenly began hurting again finally playing in a real game or if it was hurting previously. God this game makes me sick.
I doubt it was the ankle the arm or even spy gate. It was that he was getting rushed, killed on almost every drop back. He did not look down field because he was getting hit and he could not step into throws and that killed his accuracy. Bottom line is we lost in the trenches. Nothing more, nothing less. If Brady had just 1 second more, the outcome would have been different, but the Giants literally tossed him, slammed him to the ground over and over and EARLY. That is the key - EARLY. By the time Tom had a second more he thought about the throws too much, they got into his head a bit and that screwed him up.
Brady did not lose this game, the OL did!
That's what happens when you've been beaten up all night long!
What I noticed was when they showed him across the line getting ready for a snap with the end zone camera he had this look on his face that just seemed off. It's hard to describe it but it was a hollow look.
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