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The Lounge>The uncomfortable reality that is a fading Tom Brady
Hammock Parties 03:01 PM 10-07-2018
He's done.

Originally Posted by :
Brady's passer rankings the last three years:

2016: 2nd

2017: 3rd

2018: 15th


Yards per attempt?

2016: 2nd

2017: 4th

2018: 23rd


Completion percentage?

2016: 5th

2017: 5th

2018: 12th


Touchdown percentage?

2016: 3rd

2017: 5th

2018: 8th


INT percentage?

2016: 1st

2017: 3rd

2018: 26th


Yards per completion?

2016: 6th

2017: 8th

2018: 28th


Passing yards?

2016: 4th

2017: 1st

2018: 20th


Winning percentage?


2016: .916

2017: .812

2018: .600
Excuses can be made -- have been and will continue to be -- but these numbers are tough to dismiss.
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Amnorix 04:30 PM 10-09-2019
Originally Posted by BlackOp:
A Masshole pile-on...trying to convince the world their shit-cheating franchise is legit.

It's very sweet...like a loyal GF making excuses for her lying, manipulative lover.

Nice non-response. Your lying is proven, and your bullshit misdirection worthless.
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TomB 06:12 PM 10-09-2019
Originally Posted by BlackOp:
A Masshole pile-on...trying to convince the world their shit-cheating franchise is legit.

It's very sweet...like a loyal GF making excuses for her lying, manipulative lover.

I see. So this isn't really a football forum, it's about how far from reality you can get. Interesting. I bet you're the winner.
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Hog's Gone Fishin 06:48 PM 10-09-2019
Originally Posted by TomB:
I see. So this isn't really a football forum, it's about how far from reality you can get. Interesting. I bet you're the winner.
A few years back I was looking for a porn site called "Cheating Hoes"

Google took me straight to PatriotsPlanet.
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CrookedTrump 07:20 PM 10-09-2019
Originally Posted by BlackOp:
You are also blessed to have not one...but two coaches that have been fined and docked picks for filming/cheating.

I don't think that has happened in NFL history.

Congrats?
Only 1 team in history has been disciplined for filming a teams practice and that would be the Denver Broncos.....and the coach wasn't responsible for it.
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CrookedTrump 07:46 PM 10-09-2019
Originally Posted by BlackOp:
I'm not bragging on a Patriots forum...maybe that little detail is lost on you.

KC hasn't been to a SB in 50 years... so yeah, only a weak-ass vicarious loser comes here to chest-beat.

You're team has been the beneficiary of every crucial call for years...it never fails. If KC got those same breaks...they would have been to multiple SBs too. All it takes is one or two at pivotal moments.

You guys are just spoiled ass-holes at this point...that cant even honestly admit you are a favored franchise with Brady. Everyone in the NFL world knows it...it's just a given, unwritten fact that NE will an receive an important, game-altering call at some point.

When your team get this kind of call in the playoffs...get back to me. You haven't experienced it...
No offense, but the problem is you. Two years ago the Pats were on the right side of a few "catch rule" calls in the regular season. Then got then benefit of a bad call in the AFCCG vs Jags on the fumble. Then unbeknownst to the Pats or anyone else, the NFL changed the rules for the SB and the Eagles benefitted in one of their TDs that shouldn't have counted. Either way all those called they got that year did not result in a SB.

The tuck rule is the only other time I can remember them getting a big call in a big game, 18 years ago. That call was actually a rule called correctly so in reality they didn't benefit. In 2006 , as I recently posted, the refs made up a rule that cost the Pat's a SB and had to send them a letter of apology.

So Pat's (as everyone other than you know) haven't won a single SB because of the refs. Pat's have won often from other teams being stupid. Chiefs were the latest example. Good teams are smart, don't make a lot of dumb mistakes, take penalties, and create thier own luck. You refuse to give Belichick , Brady, and the rest of the Pats any credit...that's on you!
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Red Dawg 08:04 PM 10-09-2019
3 of Pats rings don't count to real fans of the league. You can't get caught with 50 tapes of the others stuff that you obtained by illegal video. McDaniels publicly admitted they taught their staff how to get the video without getting caught. So fuck off. Dity bastards are fake champs and so us Bradys first 3 for sure.
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TomB 08:32 PM 10-09-2019

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Sweet Daddy Hate 09:45 PM 10-09-2019
Originally Posted by TomB:
That's right, you lost to us at home.
Breaking your Quarterback's legs makes me cum.
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Giant Octopodes 10:08 PM 10-09-2019
Originally Posted by Red Dawg:
3 of Pats rings don't count to real fans of the league. You can't get caught with 50 tapes of the others stuff that you obtained by illegal video. McDaniels publicly admitted they taught their staff how to get the video without getting caught. So **** off. Dity bastards are fake champs and so us Bradys first 3 for sure.
LOL

First, the offense they were caught for was a videography and communications violation. Often responded to with a warning, or when severe a fine up to $25k. Again the Steelers (among a dozen other teams) committed such a violation as well, and got a fine of $10,000.

Second, as I'm sure you know, Every team was recording other team's signals. It was NOT A RULES VIOLATION to record the signals of an opposing team. The violation was that you weren't supposed to use video to do so. Rather, the common practice was for a guy in the stands to take notes, and then to later reproduce them for the coach himself. That didn't mean that it was uncommon for them to be stolen by video, of course, just that using video was a rules violation.

The fact that stealing signals was such a well-understood practice made the paranoid Belichick take action against it by petitioning the league to allow the defensive captain to have a sideline radio, like the Quarterbacks were already doing at the time on offense. The NFL denied the petition, due to concerns regarding cost and available bandwidth for communications devices, so it continued to be the practice that the offense got to radio in the plays, while the defense had to rely on easily stolen hand signals.

An interesting bit of trivia, the JETS were caught filming the PATRIOTS at Gillette in 2006, a year prior to the Patriots getting caught filming the Jets at the Meadowlands. The Jets though received no punishment for the offense at all, just a warning, compared to the $1 million fine and first round draft pick being taken from the Patriots for literally doing the same thing in reverse. In some ways, Belichick got what he wanted all along, though it cost him. After all, following Spygate they got the radios installed in the helmets of defensive captains, and started radioing in them as well. Thus no more hand signals and less opportunity for the signals to be stolen, the very outcome Belichick had unsuccessfully petitioned for the year prior.

Regardless, if you think a common rules violation often dealt with by a warning or up to a $10k fine related to a common practice somehow invalidates 3 Super Bowls, then you just keep on thinking that. Just keep in mind that in 2018 alone, the Chiefs were fined a total of $255k for rules violations, and were caught violating the rules 147 times, with over a thousand yards outright given to their opponents to try to make up for their unfair play. The Chiefs haven't been caught violating the rules less than 100 times in a season since 2014, and in those same 4 years from 2015 onwards they've been fined nearly $1 million for their violations. So according to your logic, if they win the Super Bowl this year, they as serial cheaters routinely penalized by the league for their transgressions also wouldn't have actually earned the title, and it also would not count, correct?
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BlackOp 11:25 PM 10-09-2019
Originally Posted by Giant Octopodes:
LOL

First, the offense they were caught for was a videography and communications violation. Often responded to with a warning, or when severe a fine up to $25k. Again the Steelers (among a dozen other teams) committed such a violation as well, and got a fine of $10,000.

Second, as I'm sure you know, Every team was recording other team's signals. It was NOT A RULES VIOLATION to record the signals of an opposing team. The violation was that you weren't supposed to use video to do so. Rather, the common practice was for a guy in the stands to take notes, and then to later reproduce them for the coach himself. That didn't mean that it was uncommon for them to be stolen by video, of course, just that using video was a rules violation.

The fact that stealing signals was such a well-understood practice made the paranoid Belichick take action against it by petitioning the league to allow the defensive captain to have a sideline radio, like the Quarterbacks were already doing at the time on offense. The NFL denied the petition, due to concerns regarding cost and available bandwidth for communications devices, so it continued to be the practice that the offense got to radio in the plays, while the defense had to rely on easily stolen hand signals.

An interesting bit of trivia, the JETS were caught filming the PATRIOTS at Gillette in 2006, a year prior to the Patriots getting caught filming the Jets at the Meadowlands. The Jets though received no punishment for the offense at all, just a warning, compared to the $1 million fine and first round draft pick being taken from the Patriots for literally doing the same thing in reverse. In some ways, Belichick got what he wanted all along, though it cost him. After all, following Spygate they got the radios installed in the helmets of defensive captains, and started radioing in them as well. Thus no more hand signals and less opportunity for the signals to be stolen, the very outcome Belichick had unsuccessfully petitioned for the year prior.

Regardless, if you think a common rules violation often dealt with by a warning or up to a $10k fine related to a common practice somehow invalidates 3 Super Bowls, then you just keep on thinking that. Just keep in mind that in 2018 alone, the Chiefs were fined a total of $255k for rules violations, and were caught violating the rules 147 times, with over a thousand yards outright given to their opponents to try to make up for their unfair play. The Chiefs haven't been caught violating the rules less than 100 times in a season since 2014, and in those same 4 years from 2015 onwards they've been fined nearly $1 million for their violations. So according to your logic, if they win the Super Bowl this year, they as serial cheaters routinely penalized by the league for their transgressions also wouldn't have actually earned the title, and it also would not count, correct?
And...how was your relationship with your mother? Any other repressed guilt you need to write out...now seems like a good time to get it off your chest.

Massholes ability to rationalize their scumbag cheating team even tops to the Donkotards...pretty amazing.

You guys can go ahead and write out a novel of half-truths here...nothing is going to change what everyone already knows.

Only when you are a Patriot, is the below picture a championship game deciding completion...even after being challenged. Take a close look at the arrow...and the white stripe on his left glove.

Are you going to come up with a 100 ways to convince yourself the ball didn't hit the ground...:-)

Fake Dynasty.



You will never be respected around the league....


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TomB 12:27 AM 10-10-2019
Originally Posted by BlackOp:
You will never be respected around the league....
Oh but the Patriots are the most respected team in the league. Ask any player or coach.
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RaidersOftheCellar 05:48 AM 10-10-2019
Charlie Weis: “We knew all your calls and you still beat us!”

Cheating bastards. Bet these apologists have an excuse for stealing playsheets from locker rooms too.

It’s very clear that they broke many rules in doing everything possible to gain an advantage. Why not just line up and play if you’re the greatest coach and QB of all time? Because you’re frauds. There’s a reason that a failure like Belichick turned it around when he did.
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RobertWeathers 06:08 AM 10-10-2019
Originally Posted by RaidersOftheCellar:
Charlie Weis: “We knew all your calls and you still beat us!”

Cheating bastards. Bet these apologists have an excuse for stealing playsheets from locker rooms too.

It’s very clear that they broke many rules in doing everything possible to gain an advantage. Why not just line up and play if you’re the greatest coach and QB of all time? Because you’re frauds. There’s a reason that a failure like Belichick turned it around when he did.
Yawn
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Amnorix 06:44 AM 10-10-2019
Originally Posted by RaidersOftheCellar:
Charlie Weis: “We knew all your calls and you still beat us!”

Cheating bastards. Bet these apologists have an excuse for stealing playsheets from locker rooms too.

It’s very clear that they broke many rules in doing everything possible to gain an advantage. Why not just line up and play if you’re the greatest coach and QB of all time? Because you’re frauds. There’s a reason that a failure like Belichick turned it around when he did.

:-) There's plenty of ways to know someone's calls that don't involve breaking any rules. I've seen stuff as varied as picking them up from televised games (comment made by a non-Patriot).

You also have the simple fact that players on each team HEAR each other's calls. If you aren't good enough at switching them up, etc. then they can easily be stolen. Or, if you figure out a call early in teh game, you might be able to know what they're doing later in the game.

Or, of course, you can do the old Howard Mudd sideline-to-sideline spying. The simple fact is that signal-stealing is legal in the NFL. Only CERTAIN, very limited, conduct has ever been made illegal.
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Giant Octopodes 07:20 AM 10-10-2019
Originally Posted by BlackOp:
And...how was your relationship with your mother? Any other repressed guilt you need to write out...now seems like a good time to get it off your chest.

Massholes ability to rationalize their scumbag cheating team even tops to the Donkotards...pretty amazing.

You guys can go ahead and write out a novel of half-truths here...nothing is going to change what everyone already knows.

Only when you are a Patriot, is the below picture a championship game deciding completion...even after being challenged. Take a close look at the arrow...and the white stripe on his left glove.

Are you going to come up with a 100 ways to convince yourself the ball didn't hit the ground...:-)

Fake Dynasty.

You will never be respected around the league....
You don't need to survive the ground anymore to have a catch. The rules were changed prior to the beginning of that year after endless petitions from the Lions and Cowboys among others. The ball Did hit the ground. That just isn't relevant anymore. Learn the rules, buddy.

Frankly the Patriots don't need the respect of folks who can't even be bothered to take the time to understand the things that they're complaining about. It's ok to be ignorant, but when you're both ignorant and unwilling to learn, there's no helping you. In some ways it's sad, the greatest dynasty in the history of the sport is happening right before your eyes, and you're too blinded by your own hatred and ignorance to see it.
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