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Brady's is Not Undefeated at Home since late '06

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  1. groundgame

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    It is amusing to read national football pundits putting Patriots in Super Bowl already because Brady has not lost at Gillette since 2006. *The Pats, as we know, were smoked by the Ravens last January at home playoff game for a one-and-out.
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    It's the regular-season home streak they're all referring to.
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    in case you cant hear when they talk, they clearly say regular season.........every single time the say he is undefeated at home since 2006 in the REGULAR season. which is true
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    That playoff game last year was one of the worse playoff games.:mad:I hope they can come back this year from it.
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    Brady is undefeated at home without broken ribs though.........

    Yes, Baltimore beat them last year, but this team is light years ahead of that one, and I highly doubt any team is looking forward to coming to the Razor for the postseason.....
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    I understand that, but it also significant to note that their last playoff game was a loss at home with Brady at QB 11 mos. ago.
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    They had a playoff game last year?

    Huh...
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    For most individual achievements they count only the regular season (see Favre's playing streak for example, or first to 100 wins by Tom).

    With regard to season team success they always add in the postseason-- You always hear about the 17-0 Dolphins (rather than 14-0) 18-1 Patriots (rather than 16-0) etc.

    It doesn't really matter, but I always tack on the "regular season" qualifier.

    Like when people say that Peyton Manning is an all-time great QB, I correct the statement to "Peyton Manning is an all-time great REGULAR SEASON QB"

    Tom has a regular season home winning streak, OK?
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    Hey, we put up with when they kept saying the Colts had the most wins in the last decade. We all know that was only regular season even if the TV folks don't say it. It's just the way it works sometimes.
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    That's another one I'm always a stickler to insist contain "regular season" because as I said earlier, team win totals as they are typically presented, without any qualifications, cover the postseason as well: "18-1, 17-0, 17-2 etc."

    The Colts had the most regular season wins in the last decade

    The Patriots had the most wins in the last decade
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    Yup, just like we put up with it when groundgame started his Sanchez is impressive thread a month ago. I chalk it up to just another example of how in an effort to say something people find it necessary to blurt out the darndest things regardless of validity...
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    FWIW, they can't even say that anymore. The last decade (2001-present) has the Colts with 112 regular season victories and the Pats have 118.....
    We won't even add in the payoff games.....
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    If they don't count the humiliating playoffs losses that the colts have in their "record" win streak then they better not count our losses either.
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    We'd have alot less crappy threads if people just run the content by another human being before pressing the 'submit' button.

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    The pundants that are ready to put the Pats in the Super Bowl are doing so because the Pats are clearly the best football team at least in the AFC at this moment. Not because of Brady's win streak. That is subsequential. The Pats have the best offense in the NFL. Their defense has given up 17 points in the last 10 quarters. They have beaten the Steelers, Ravens, Jets, Colts, Chargers, and Bears (all potential playoff teams). They have been averaging nearly 40 points a game for the last five weeks. That is why people think they are going to the Super Bowl.
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    The pundits are not reciting your valid points, they are primarily stating (premise: advantage of Home Field Advantage) that Brady has not lost since 2006 at home, without mentioning that he lost in home playoff game last Jan.
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    Regular season records are for regular season, as records like the season touchdown record, the Favre streak and the Patriots all-time win streaks have demonstrated time and again. I'm not sure how that's amusing. :confused:
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    If you want to discuss a different record, consecutive wins by a starting quarterback at home, including the postseason,

    I am guessing that this record belongs to Tom as well:

    4-0 at home at the end of 2006 (1 playoff)
    10-0 at home in 2007 (perfect, 2 playoff wins)
    1-0 at home to begin 2009

    = 15 consecutive overall home wins

    ****

    edit...

    Brett Favre actually does own this record:
    Most Consecutive Home Wins, Regular Season and Post-Season, by a Starting Quarterback, 29, Brett Favre, Green Bay Packers, 1995–1998


    my apologies
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    Question: Do haters come onto Patsfans.com now and then just to troll our fans?

    Answer: Yes, because that's what envious loser fans do with dynasties like the Patriots.

    Next?:rolleyes:
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    Oh great--now I'm depressed the Pats didn't beat the Ravens.

    But what I wanted to say was, although this wasn't worthy of a thread, regular season streaks that were broken in the playoffs have always sort of grated (as opposed to TD records or whatever.) The Pats did recently get clobbered at home, so I could care less about the streak.
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    WR: Deion Branch
    WR: Wes Welker
    WR: Brandon Tate
    TE: Aaron Hernandez
    TE: Rob Gronkowski
    RB: Danny Woodhead
    RB: Ben-Jarvus Green-Ellis

    None of these guys played in the playoffs against the Ravens last season.

    Safe to say the offense is a bit different now.
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    You're right.

    They're over emphasizing home field advantage for NE
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    I thought Brady had a better record from 2002 to 2005.
    1-0 last game of 2002
    8-0 in 2003 regular season
    2-0 playoffs in 2003
    8-0 in 2004 regular season
    2-0 playoffs in 2004
    1-0 in 2005
    total 22 home victories including post season
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