Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by stevedogc, Nov 26, 2018.
This stat is crazy.
Is Aaron Rodgers Really the Comeback King?
Rodgers is 54th since 1994 that’s crazy.
Elway's before the time period that most of us are using.
Championships are very important and a major factor, but (a) not the only factor and Rodgers/Brees are consistently elite quarterbacks, (b) having a 2-1 advantage isn’t some enormous lead, and (c) both Rodgers and Brees had memorable, dominant championship runs in getting their rings. Roethlisberger was never clearly the best player, even on his own team, during his.
Discount Double-Choke vs the tea-bagging criminal horse face is indeed a tough debate...
...For number THREE.
Drew Brees is CLEARLY number TWO.
WTF is the matter with you people?
In this case, "WTF is the matter" with me is your lousy evaluation of Brees v. Manning. You know I love your posting, but "Drew Brees is CLEARLY number TWO" is just crazy talk.
When you link, can you link to the actual URL site and not the google search hit please. I don't need google knowing what I like to look at. Thanks, I appreciate it.
I would say sorta in this order, injuries, lack of execution and then a mini fire sale.
Leaked ESPN Ranking
Terrible clock management, including a laughable lack of urgency, has to be up there somewhere.
Yeah that too. Part of the reason I think Mikey is gone on Black Monday.
ARod has a lower 4Q comeback percentage than....Mark Sanchez.
**** stat. The Packers this year were down 20-3 going into the 4th quarter in game one of this year against the currently 8-3 Bears. It doesn't count for this "statistic" because at the time the Bears were 0-0. You know because the season just started.
Eh, I think they were pretty critical about Manning too.
I think the basic deal is that the media cannot comprehend how a player can be good if they don't run super fast, jump super high, or have bulging muscles. They're looking for their Ken and Barbie, athletically. Brady and Manning, guys that succeed on smarts and precision, are boring and always due to be replaced by a newer, faster, stronger model (so thinks the media).
This isn't necessarily just the media. A lot of people think this way, especially debutantes to the game of football.
Did you try googling it?
Took me 30 seconds and the stat is correct
“Rodgers has never won a game in which he trailed by more than one point in the fourth quarter to a team with a winning record. He’s 0-35 in those games, which is shocking.”
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