I want to see Tom win more Super Bowls while some of these “fans” cry about it.
Your Brady obsession is embarrassing.
I probably agree with you, but you don't have to discredit the information I posted. I am angry most days and especially today, because of my excessive pain, not an excuse, but I am making it one. It is Easter and Passover, and people should be with their families not getting sick from a virus and dying from a virus, but eating together.
What is your buddy Brady about? Himself!
Have a beautiful day, what is left of it. Enjoy those that can be around you today. Get pissed at me anytime you want.
The 'still successful' Eagles went 9-7 last year, while the Pats went 12-4 with Brady throwing to equally bad receivers. If the Eagles were still successful last year, then the Pats were not just successful, but considerably more successful.
I am talking about the offensive production. I am talking about making use of all the receiving group and not honing in on one guy.
That article was idiotic, though.
Keep your feckin leftist garbage opinions the FECK OFF this thread, you feckin ignorant libtard.Remaining in the dark is your privilege; you don't need to tell me you wear a blindfold and plug your ears. You probably do the same regarding criticism of the present Commander of Lies. Brady and the Commander have much in common.
The offense was in the top 5 for about 85-90% of the years since 2001 and investing more draft picks into something that is humming along just fine is just not an ideal use of limited resources when you have an entire roster to consider. Especially, when history has shown that you can always get your LaFells or Hogans who don't break the bank but do their job via FA.
But then again maybe your prefer the Colts way of building teams.
To restate your conclusion
Since 2001, Brady-led teams have been in the top 5 for offense 85-90% of the time.
THEREFORE, since Brady is gone, Belichick can continue to rely on the same level of players own offense. Presumably, the replacement of Brady will be able to be in top 5 with the same help.
If Brady's replacement is a fine franchise QB, but not as good as Brady, wouldn't we still need more quality help than before to have the same success on offense?
Agree with the piece or not, no one bolsters their argument saying they disagree with something while having never read it. That being said, the piece does go to the extreme though I agree with many of its points.GTFO with this sh!t...Not giving that garbage website a click to read what is, judging by its title, a garbage opinion piece, not now and not ever...