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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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GloryDayz 08:46 AM 01-17-2020
Originally Posted by Hugh Jayniss:
Dude, seriously, get help.
You could always just shut up. So there's that.
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FringeNC 09:15 AM 01-17-2020
Originally Posted by Chris Meck:
Here's the thing-

The QB position is 75% mental.

It's more about the mental processing ability than anything else. It always has been, but the NFL has been largely unable to find a way to predict and measure that ability.

Montana never had a big arm. Brees? Rainbows if it's over 20 yards. Brady? Physically, he WAS a 6th rounder.

Big arms? It's a plus to have, but that can also get you a Jamarcus Russell.

Accuracy is really important too, but knowing where to go and when to get it there is most of the game.

When you look at the greats, the truly greats, it's pretty clear.

Payton was like a ****ing computer. Brady was a machine until his physical ability just finally dipped below the ability to function.

And for all of Patrick's physical gifts, his best attribute is his ability to SEE and process everything happening around him in milliseconds. It's the difference between him and...oh, Josh Allen.

Hyped QB's every draft go in the first round. Until the league figures out how to predict and measure the mental processing part of the game, most will bust.
Good post. Would like to add the ability to slide in the pocket. Brady is good at that. Brees is a known as a freakish all-around athlete, and can avoid the sacks, too.

Another important issue: it's so hard to isolate QB performance from coaching, scheme, and talent on offense. For example, look at the most important number for a passing offense -- yards per attempt. Compare the first half of Aaron Rodgers career to the second half. Has he dramatically declined or has the personnel around him?
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Chris Meck 09:20 AM 01-17-2020
Originally Posted by FringeNC:
Good post. Would like to add the ability to slide in the pocket. Brady is good at that. Brees is a known as a freakish all-around athlete, and can avoid the sacks, too.

Another important issue: it's so hard to isolate QB performance from coaching, scheme, and talent on offense. For example, look at the most important number for a passing offense -- yards per attempt. Compare the first half of Aaron Rodgers career to the second half. Has he dramatically declined or has the personnel around him?
Also all true.
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RobertWeathers 10:09 AM 01-17-2020
Originally Posted by RunKC:
From NBC sports Boston

1st part is true.

BB looking for new jobs is false.
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