High Priest at Team Bill's Temple
It’ll take a while…I suppose I can do it when I get a chance. The point I guess I was making is that I expected the league MVP to perform better against the better teams, especially with the kind of offense Tampa has.
Pretty common for MVP winners to tread water against great teams and dominate against bad ones.
In those games you cited, Brady is 4-1, 2 of the 3 INTs were against Dallas on a Fournette drop/bobble and a hail mary. But the biggest thing: all four wins against quality teams came on game winning drives in the closing minutes.
They’ve averaged just about 30 ppg in those five games with only one legit interception. The defense has allowed 27.6 ppg in those five games. 4-1 record. They’ve scored (and needed) over 30 in every one besides the Patriots.
Also, Buffalo, New England, and LA Rams have 3 of the 5 best secondaries in the league, if not the top 3.