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If you dont mind -- Can you explain to me the difference between BB's/Phillips/Rexs 3-4...like the whole gap system you where talking about.
I actually thought our STs were awful. Folk missed that kick, Weatherford had a brutal game (its funny, he's been amazing in every stadium except of Foxboro). The coverage was amazing and Shaun Ellis played like a man possessed.
I thought the defense for the pats played well to be quite honest. We just had some big plays.
good game my man. Pats will be back for sure
How is it the one Patriots fan I throw out that Red Sox thing on is a Yankees fan?
smartest guy on the forum seriously no homo but dont ever leave the forum real smart
Oh okay understandable! I liked the Yankees as a kid but I started loving them because of Bernie Williams as well so thats whutz up! Im a Jets fan too so I guess thats why I had to ask lol.
Are you a Patriots fan thats a Yankees fan? I thought u was a sox fan by automatic since you support New England.
lol, the interesting thing is you could make a case that Manning was better then Brady earlier in their careers but right now, over the last 3 years, since 2007, Brady has def been better. Anyways, I found this interesting graph:
So the difference in QB rating and TD% between Manning and Brady is microscopic after this week.
Brady- 94.859, TD%: 5.471
Manning- 94.874, TD%: 5.521
Yeah, I mean you are talking about stuff that doesn't really have to do with calling plays. So Manning could still be given that set of 3 plays and not read the coverage right because he's not on the same page. It's similar with what happens with Brady and the Pats offense. Both are timing based and both teams run pretty complex offenses.
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