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Predictions for Bucs record and Brady's stats 2022

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Pats1971

In the Starting Line-Up
No, you need to learn to write. Your original quote...




They = Patriots. If you were referring to the Patriots passing offense, you should have used "it" the third time.



It's choking if you are beaten at home and by an opponent who played on fewer rest days...and it was the Rams fumbling the ball that got the Bucs back into the game, not Brady
So the fumbles were ran in for td's?
 

Pats1971

In the Starting Line-Up
sure ill admit that… but you can’t argue it’s a players game and take credit only for the wins.
I have looked and I cannot find a single play on the field Bill made. When a coach calls a play, if the players execute it, he is a genius, if they dont he is a clown. Luckily Bill had a Qb for 19 years that could execute those players that made him look like a genius. Now he just looks like a coach with a 17-15 record since Brady left.
 

PatsWSB47

Pro Bowl Player
The only reason the Rams broke the tie was the Bucs left time on the clock for them and there was a blown coverage. No. Stafford delivered. Lol, see how an actual accomplishment turns into luck for some people?
 

carmelo15

In the Starting Line-Up
The only reason the Rams broke the tie was the Bucs left time on the clock for them and there was a blown coverage. No. Stafford delivered. Lol, see how an actual accomplishment turns into luck for some people?

Man coverage on Kupp with a safety has to be the worst defensive call of all time let alone Stafford being the best WB in the league be the blitz. How the **** do you make that call
 

MAC10

Big Mac Jones fan
2020 Weekly NFL Picks Winner
You sure? Brady had a 106 rating in that 4th quarter.

The Bucs had 17 points off Rams turnovers...without which the Bucs would not have been able to mount a comeback. It's called a momentum swing. Just think - if Brady showed up in quarters 1-3 the Bucs would have won the game. Even one additional FG drive would probably have done it.

Man coverage on Kupp with a safety has to be the worst defensive call of all time let alone Stafford being the best WB in the league be the blitz. How the **** do you make that call

The guy is your HC now...

The only reason the Rams broke the tie was the Bucs left time on the clock for them and there was a blown coverage. No. Stafford delivered. Lol, see how an actual accomplishment turns into luck for some people?

The Bucs left 45 seconds left on the clock. Very difficult for any QB to bring his team back with that much time reamining. Yet Stafford did it on two throws. 45 seconds is too little time on the clock for Brady but not for Stafford apparently
 
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PatsWSB47

Pro Bowl Player
The only reason the Rams broke the tie was the Bucs left time on the clock for them and there was a blown coverage. No. Stafford delivered. Lol, see how an actual accomplishment turns into luck for some people?
Quoting myself to clarify what I was trying to say. I was being facetious. I responding to the notion that the only reason the Bucs came back to tie the Rams was because of fumbles. No it isn't the only reason. Brady had to deliver a number of times with the opportunities he got. It wasn't luck or only because the Rams fumbled. So I made the same kind of dumb argument that the only reason the Rams won was because the Bucs left too much time on the clock. Stafford had to deliver with the opportunity he got. Neither quarterback was lucky. They both delivered. You can't say one did and the other didn't. In both cases they accomplished their mission
 

sb1

Hall of Fame Poster
The Bucs had 17 points off Rams turnovers...without which the Bucs would not have been able to mount a comeback. It's called a momentum swing. Just think - if Brady showed up in quarters 1-3 the Bucs would have won the game. Even one additional FG drive would probably have done it.
You said the comeback wasn't because of Brady. A 106 rating during that comeback disagrees with that take. The Rams gave them the opportunity to come back and Brady and his offense took it. Not sure why that would be a bad thing.
 

MAC10

Big Mac Jones fan
2020 Weekly NFL Picks Winner
You said the comeback wasn't because of Brady. A 106 rating during that comeback disagrees with that take. The Rams gave them the opportunity to come back and Brady and his offense took it. Not sure why that would be a bad thing.

Since when do you care about passer ratings? Want me to compare Brady's super bowl passer ratings to Montana's again?

The most important factor in the Bucs coming back was the turnovers created by the D as well as that stupid botched snap that went over Stafford's head.
 

sb1

Hall of Fame Poster
Since when do you care about passer ratings? Want me to compare Brady's super bowl passer ratings to Montana's again?

The most important factor in the Bucs coming back was the turnovers created by the D as well as that stupid botched snap that went over Stafford's head.
Rating tells a good story. Like I said, the Rams gave them the opportunity and Brady took full advantage. 106 rating. Proves that the comeback didn't happen by accident, Brady made it happen.
 

crawhammer

Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job
Tom Brady Regular Season Records:

Wins (243)
Division Titles (18)
Pro Bowls (15)
Completions (7263)
Passing Yards (84,520)
Passing TDs (624)
Three-TD Games (101)
Four-TD Games (39)
TDs Thrown to Different Receivers (82)
Only Player to Beat All 32 Teams
Oldest Player to Win NFL MVP (age 40)

Tom Brady Postseason Records:

Wins (35)
Consecutive Wins (10)
Completions (1165)
Passing Yards (13,049)
Passing TDs (86)
Multi-TD Passing Games (27)
Conference Championship Appearances (14)
Conference Championship Wins (10)
Game-Winning Drives (14)
Fourth-Quarter Comebacks (9)

Tom Brady Super Bowl Records:

Wins (7, more than any NFL franchise)
MVPs (5)
Completions (277)
Completions Single Game (43)
Passing Yards (3039)
Passing Yards Single Game (505)
Passing TDs (21)
Game-Winning Drives (6)

If you really want to be impressed then look up second place in all of those.
 

MAC10

Big Mac Jones fan
2020 Weekly NFL Picks Winner
Rating tells a good story. Like I said, the Rams gave them the opportunity and Brady took full advantage. 106 rating. Proves that the comeback didn't happen by accident, Brady made it happen.

No, Brady had more to do with the comeback in SB 51 than he did with last year's loss to the Rams. In fact, Brady had only led two FG drives prior to the first Rams turnover in the second half. That basically proves that the defense had more to do with the comeback than Brady did.

Tom Brady Regular Season Records:

Wins (243)
Division Titles (18)
Pro Bowls (15)
Completions (7263)
Passing Yards (84,520)
Passing TDs (624)
Three-TD Games (101)
Four-TD Games (39)
TDs Thrown to Different Receivers (82)
Only Player to Beat All 32 Teams
Oldest Player to Win NFL MVP (age 40)

Tom Brady Postseason Records:

Wins (35)
Consecutive Wins (10)
Completions (1165)
Passing Yards (13,049)
Passing TDs (86)
Multi-TD Passing Games (27)
Conference Championship Appearances (14)
Conference Championship Wins (10)
Game-Winning Drives (14)
Fourth-Quarter Comebacks (9)

Tom Brady Super Bowl Records:

Wins (7, more than any NFL franchise)
MVPs (5)
Completions (277)
Completions Single Game (43)
Passing Yards (3039)
Passing Yards Single Game (505)
Passing TDs (21)
Game-Winning Drives (6)

If you really want to be impressed then look up second place in all of those.

If you are a good QB who plays for a quarter of a century, you're bound to get records. Besides, I don't see super bowl winning % or super bowl rating on this list...

proof records are meaningless…

 
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