No Gronk, no AH and that group of WRs?
I'll bet there is a drop off to their passing game if they don't make moves to help.
Bradys great but he can'c catch...a football...himself. :yes:
Do you actually believe this sh1t? :eek:
He's a decent coach who benefited by stumbling onto the best QB of our generation. Nothing more. That you guys expand that luck into other areas, making someone without an ounce of communication skills in a master of the media is pretty funny.
Brady will get the most out of the NE receivers. Amendola is no scrub. He won't be Welker but not many players are. Edelman will also see the ball more.
To be honest I don't see NE's offense changing much. They never had a prolific vertical attack. If Ballard is healthy he is plenty good. Watched him when he was with the Giants. Would love to have that guy on my team.
Pats won't be winning by 40 points anymore but all they need to do is win by 1. And for all their woes, the NE defense does a good job keeping opponents off the score board.
BB is clearly a superior coach, organizationally they have done a great job at staying near the top even after they were caught cheating and employed numerous unsavory characters both on and off the field for years. I have no issue with BB cheating to gain an edge professionally or cheating on his wife or embarrassing his family by publicly keeping a mistress. I have no issue with the Pats drafting or signing free agent thugs or criminals. I have no issue with the NFL watering down it's product and trying to maintain a squeaky clean image in order to create a large national interest for 17 weeks before the playoffs begin.
Even though the league is filled with thugs, thug wanabee's and all kinds of less than savory agents, coaches, and players I understand that you can't have a brand with broad appeal based on the WWF formula.
The NFL has tried to mainstream themselves and create an image. The Pats as one of the most successful teams of the decade have had the public relations machine of the NFL and the networks that profit on the league try and create a myth around the Pats as part of that image machine. Lets face it if one of the NFL's most successful teams was portrayed as it really was it won't exactly help mainstream what was essentially a gladiator sport into the nice clean money making sport it is today.
My only point is the emperor is naked and he isn't what he was portrayed to be. As a Jets fan, a fan of a second tier organization, it's not that important for the league to create a phony image around our team, in fact it has helped the league promote itself by having rivals broken up into good guys and bad guys. We, as Jets fans have had to deal with the reality of what we are rather than the phony image the league and network portray one of our biggest rivals as. As a Jets fan it's refreshing to see that the really good teams are just as unsavory, filled with contemptible players, coaches and owners as we are. There is no longer the "Guys in the White Hats" and the "Guys in the Black Hats" when the Jets face the Pats.
Things I have learned from JI this week:
1) Belichick is basically Rich Kotite with a good QB at his disposal
2) Brady is going to collapse this year because he's reliant on elite weapons to be successful
Basically, BB's biggest mistake was not getting Brady a truly great WR. Just imagine if BB had sent all of his draft picks in 2007 to the Lions for the first pick in the draft - Calvin Johnson, Jr. Thank God BB's ego is so big that he has done everything in his power to limit the possibilities that Brady would overshadow him.
Your last sentence is just straight up trolling.