Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Ice_Ice_Brady, May 15, 2020.
Is there a safety in the league that benefits more from 5-10 yd QB overthrows?
Is that a skill or good fortune?
The Patriots really did dominate the 2010 decade like no other team before.
Well....you could argue 50s Browns, 60s Packers, 70s Squealers, 80s 49ers were just as dominant as they accumulated more titles but your point is taken. They kicked ass and took names.
The 2000s Pats weren't bad either. It might come down to Brady or Brady.
If I were a critic of PFF, which I'm not, this would be the perfect place to express that opinion.
I wasn't that high on McCourty until I talked to a friend who was a very successful HS HC. He thought that McCourty was more important than Brady.
Russell Wilson continues to be underrated
He gets that here too. Wilson has had much more success in half the games played than Aaron Rodgers. And he did it playing in a tougher division too.
Agreed. Second best QB in the league after Mahomes. Really no argument. Love Wilson.
Who the hell is Fun Johnson?
I wouldn't use a work computer to find out
Definitely love McCourty, and I'm glad he's getting some recognition. Underrated ball hawk, smart in coverage, both against the pass and the run, and a classy, effective leader in the locker room. I'm with some of the others here who think that, if Brady was #1, then DMac was #2...
As for Jordan Richards...he tried hard...I guess
Want to see a horse race??
Pep was a little better than most give him credit for.
People thought Romo was bad??
Manning is a top 5 QB.
Brady has 2 ELITE HOF careers.
You gotta watch out for #1...but don't step in #2...
Brandon Graham should thank Shack Ma$on for his surprisingly high #42 ranking.
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