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No great HC or great QB win every game. It's not possible. But HOF QBs career winning percentages are much higher than HOF coaches, in the modern NFL. BB is the perfect example of that.
Did you watch the Bucs game Sunday night? Obviously the Saints coaching schemes confused Brady. The Saints HC trumped the GOAT QB. You might consider a more balanced take in the future.
Any argument who penalizes Belichick for losses after the plug was pulled on the Browns franchise is a good indicator to me that it's not an argument to be taken seriously.
You are obtuse. Everytime doesn't mean every single matchup, and also Brady lost to Brees.Previously you said, "A great QB trumps a great HC everytime." I said that that is not true, "everytime" is not true. Now you say QBs winning percentages are much higher. I take "much higher" to be different than "everytime".
In the future, instead of writing lengthy rebuttals trying to create drama by putting words in other people's mouths, you might simply state that "everytime" was probably too strong of a phrase, and "much higher" would have been better wording. I am not sure if "much higher" is correct or not, but it is a balanced point of view and a starting place for a mature debate.
The reading comprehension on this board is lacking at times.Except for last night when Tom Brady lost because of Arians? (Your words)
You are obtuse. Everytime doesn't mean every single matchup, and also Brady lost to Brees.
A great QB is more valuable than a great HC everytime, meaning if you have to pick one for your team, you pick the QB. It's about importance level. Both are important but it's rare that teams have the luxury of getting both. If you can only have 1 you pick the QB everytime.
Well to be fare we do have a QB that can throw the ball pretty well. Unfortunately, he seems to not understand that he is supposed to throw it to the guys wearing the same jersey as him.11-5 with Cassel
3-1 with Brissett and Garoppolo
Probably better than 2-4 if the QB could throw a football.