Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by PP2, Jul 30, 2019.
Sean McVay knows he screwed up in the Super Bowl — and his Rams will be stronger for it
“Because you bet your ass you’re going to see that game plan again.”
Yeah, but how many teams can carry out a game plan that calls for holding you by the nose while they kick you in the ass?
Seems like hes been lamenting over his lack of preparedness and being out-coached since February. I applaud his honesty, humility and willingness to admit mistakes but for God's Sake move on.
Apparently he didn't learn the lesson Belichick gives on how to handle such questions:
"We're not here to discuss 2018, 2017, 2016... we're here focused on the 2019 season."
I smell a Super Bowl hangover for LA still thinking about last year (can it be called a "Super Bowl Hangover" for the losing team or do you have to win the Super Bowl to have a "Super Bowl Hangover"..?)
I think the best plan against the Pats for that particular Rams team should have been scorched earth attack, attack, attack offense. (I know kind of obvious, clueless opinion. "score a lot")
The fact is either their D was awesome or we were off big time offensively. Two TDs for that Rams team? Because of what the Rams D did, that was the Rams Super Bowl to lose.
PS. Flip side. Pats D only gave 3 points... That is a darn good Super Bowl formula for victory right there
Goff really messed up too. No NFL starting QB should take the sacks he took. Failed to throw it away a number of times.
You a Patton fan, eh?
Sadly my familiarity with the phrase predates the movie. However it does not (thankfully) date back to Patton's real life 3rd Army speech. Even I'm not that old
While McVay was outcoached I think this story is being over played. In the end the Rams offense just didn't play well. Particularly Goff who had an awful game.
I think a lot of McVay doing this is trying to take the heat off his young QB.
I think it's fair to say Goff's head was scrambled by BB significantly more than McVay's.
McVay is the NFL version of a helicopter parent.
Oh.. too bad. I've always admired him even if only for the reason that he was the only general the Germans were afraid of. He was never where they thought he would be. Monty.. on the other hand...
You missed this part:
No I got it. Hes not down in the dumps . He just can't let it go and move on,
It's "too bad" I'm not in my 90's???
Don't quite see it that way. He was asked a question and he answered truthfully. You have to look past how the media always frame things into clickbait content.
Too bad that you only speak of that phrase, not of the man behind the phrase, like most people do.
And speaking of being in your 90's.. now that wouldn't be a bad thing would it? It meant you lived a good, long life.
Those are the biggest hangovers of all. The Seahawks weren't the same after Malcolm Butler. The Falcons weren't the the same after 28-3. And frankly, the Patriots weren't the same after 16-1.
Thats the issue. Hes answering it truthfully.
You mean 18-1, right?
If TB12 is healthy they go 13-3.
Separate names with a comma.