The forum is great. Ian has done and is doing a great job.
Can’t say the same for a lot of the posters recently.
If I had a nickel for every time DropKick dissed the coaches recently I could make Ian a millionaire when I purchase the forum. Just for one example.
Ian, first I’d like to compliment you for doing this. It really demonstrates just what a great job you do at working to make this forum better for all of us. Thanks!
I’d also like to say that although I can’t speak for anyone else for me at least the recent traffic on this board has...
I’d rather win games than test the character of our rookie QB.
What I’m seeing is that folks have given up on this season already. Heck some had given up on the game we just won before it even kicked off. That is making this board borderline toxic to those of us who want to see how things...
Problem with going for it and failing is the potential that it undermines the confidence of your young QB. I personally don’t think he’s that fragile, but I do think it’s a risk to consider. Remember that a big part of what you have in your rookie QB is potential, you don’t want to spoil it...
aw come on man!
you really think BB is more interested in challenging his rookie QB to show his stuff than he is in WINNING THE GAME?
sheesh. I used to think you had a clue, this makes me wonder.
Not exactly. It reflects his evaluation of the QB, the kicker, field position, weather...
I’d consider competitive to be a win or a loss by one score or less.
Pats have played five games, won two and lost one by one point and another by two points. I’d say they were competitive in all those games.
Arguing whether Brady or Belichick is better and more important to their success is like arguing over whether sodium or chlorine is better and more important to making salt.
It’s too damn bad that some people can’t handle the idea that praise for one is not disrespect for the other.