I don't post my big board online for all to see. I said just prior to pick 15 they should take Mac Jones, and if not they should take Barmore.
I said after day one finished they should trade up in the second round and take Barmore, that it would be my dream scenario... it's all timestamped in posts... it happened.
Do you think all this ^ was me giving BB my stamp of approval after having looked into the future?
I said his 3rd and 7th picks sucked and that his 5th and 6th picks left me flat, 5/6 may pan out or might become special teams players at best... is that me rubber stamping his every move because I'm a BB honk?
This has been how I've graded Patriot draft classes going back almost two decades to the old Boston.com forums. Grades based on who I like before the draft, not after the team picks them. The draft is a crapshoot, great prospects could bust, average prospects could thrive... this is all an inexact science. I said I disliked the Easley and Duke Dawson picks in real time... this is what objective posting looks like.
There is no cult of BB, it doesn't exist... Brady fanboys created this invisible enemy to attack anyone who doesn't ascribe magical powers to their scared cow.
What does "Brady fanboys" have to do with your post being totally dishonest in claiming your grades were pre-draft when tthey were post-draft? I see nothing mentioned at all about Brady, other than you citing it as an excuse.
Why don't you post your big board online for all to see? Give a reason...I really want to hear it. You comment about the draft and you just posted these grades, so what is one actual legitimate reason why you wouldn't post it, especially when you've just agreed with BGC that people should post their pre-draft rankings?
You do realize how foolish this all sounds, right? Why can't you be honest for once? Post it and let's see your pre-draft rankings to see if they align with your post-draft cheerleading and implied claims that you were pushing for these picks before they made them. You should be able to post all the years.