Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Antdawg, Dec 29, 2019.
If its anything like how he gave up on the end of the 2nd quarter, it wont be pretty.
Kraft forced Belichick’s hand to trade Garropolo.
NO guarantee that Bill keeps him around for 2020...if we crash and burn in the wildcard round I can see Bill moving on.
Point being even if Tom can rebound a bit next year, I just don’t think the personnel will cut it.
I think our defense and old school running game caught fire at just the right time last year and that's why we won the SB. I think Jimmy would have won it too, plus we'd have a franchise QB for the next decade in Foxboro.
Far from it.
I don't buy that rumor. Moving on
TB would have to rebound more than a bit just to get back to career average numbers. At age 43, such a revival is pretty unlikely. From a shrewd GM's standpoint, it's time to move on. Although, we don't know what we really have in Stidham yet.
Exactly the talent level of this Team BLOWS on O: double Edelman its basically over. Chiefs were going to steam roll us anyway. We didn't deserve the Bye week and we only beat ****ty Teams. Offense checked out after the Sanu Trade. Wish we had AB.
Greatest player of all time, but he's also washed up and it's time to move on.
Get a pick for him!!
I’m ready for a down year if need be. Bring on the 2021 draft class.
And BB has also drafted ****ty offensive talent the past 3 seasons. Give Brady zero supporting cast, and he's gonna look bad. This is the least talented offensive team I've seen around Brady since 2006 and even then we had a better OL.
PS You do realize we won the Super Bowl LAST YEAR, right?? Was Brady our QB then or was that Garappolo who went down with a season ending injury just 3 games in?
Tom hasn't had his best year. Big reason we lost today. I hope he's back next year. That's all I have to say.
Nobody's trashing him.
People trash everyone around him all the time as they try to deflect any and all blame away from Tom.
It sucks, but the guy had a terrible year. A lot of that was on him (or on injuries), but it is what it is.
Things aren't looking good for his future.
Did you see Sanu catch that ball at the 18 with wide open territory before him late in the game? He made it to the 10. 99% of the WRs in the league score a TD there.
Brady was literally working with nothing out there once we took Edelman out of the mix. And I'm not only talking about the constant drops.
Brady may have lost it, but you can't tell when there is literally no one to throw the ball to.
This team with Stidham would be lucky to win 4 games. Belichick coached without Brady before. We all know how that ended.
Explain how the Patriots keep Garoppolo, given that trading Brady would have resulted in $14M in dead money in 2018 before paying Garoppolo.
I agree... Not to mention losing amendola and gronk. To me the Philly sb was the Pinnacle of his performance. Not putting in the time in the off-season catches up with you... Can't blame Brady for wanting to be with his family
Edelman can't consistently beat double teams. He's a great receiver, but he's a great SLOT receiver. He's not a #1. And he has nobody else to take pressure off him as the focal point.
Problem is BB thought he had a #1 in Harry but he has been anything BUT that guy. As for AB, Kraft sabotaged any possibility of that happening by forcing the cut. We can't draft talent and we can't hold onto it because Kraft cares more about image... *cough* massage parlor *cough* than winning.
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