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  1. His mobility and throwing mechanics aren't any different than any of his past 17 years, yet he's put up HoF numbers for his entire career, so that doesn't concern me. I think what's changed the past few years in San Diego is the poor pass protection and subsequent poor decision making. Well, we have an elite O line here... I'm just hoping that fixes the decision making as the year progresses.
  2. Because this year's draft class sucks in terms of pass rushers.
  3. Because this year's draft class sucks in terms of pass rushers.
  4. For once, the IndyStar had a worthwhile article on this today. The gist of it being... they've tried to fix the interior of the line through cheaper means. Six... SIX starting centers since Luck has been on board. That's a lot of futility and instability in the region that Luck is getting most of the pressure. At some point, you can't keep monkeying around in such a critical area. Like someone said earlier, no one would be complaining today if we took Travis Frederick in 1st round several years ago. And Kelly is about as sure thing as there is in this draft.
  5. Maybe Grigson might finally decide to focus on O line in the next preseason?
  6. For being a former offensive lineman, Grigson is terrible at evaluating O-Line talent. Never was known for it in Philadelphia... never will be known for it here. It's all about the offensive skills players with Grigson. That, he understands.
  7. We're just trying to give you some encouragement. Gotta, you know... boost the self esteem. Multiple studies show that it increases future performance.
  8. No, like Brady and 4 games suspended. I hate to sound like a broken record, but really, Brady has no one but blame but himself.
  9. Or, Brady shouldn't have put himself in that type of situation in the first place? Really... If you don't want to be caught with your pants down, don't drop the trousers in the first place.... It's as common sense as anything else.
  10. Or, maybe if Brady didn't cheat in the first place, this all would have been irrelevant. That's kind of the bottom line. The rest of your post is essentially just deplacing blame. It's what my 5 year old does when I catch him in the cookie jar.
  11. Well, considering it was institutionalized Pats cheating, involving at least 3 people, as opposed to one pitcher, you do the math. And as noted above, do we also not say the punishment was severe enough, as Brady wasn't removed from the game when the cheating was discovered? Seriously, if you're going to try to justify your team cheating, pick a better article... And actually read it next time.
  12. I think it's a bit more than that. Let's just skim past how much the underinflation really helped the Pats or not. I think it really did, but that's less important for this discussion. For this discussion, let's even ignore the fact that Brady has been lying to the league about it.This wasn't just a matter of "Whoops, we just slightly underinflated the balls. My bad!". This was a premeditated and concerted effort to circumvent the rules. Remember, you had the Pats lackeys stealing away with the balls, running to some hidden corner, then intentionally deflating the balls and decieving the
  13. Bravo. And that's really the point. When did the world get to the point that fully grown up men can't be accountable for their own actions? Seriously. Stop the deflections. Stop blaming other people and other teams. The Patriots did bring this on themselves, and they have no one else to blame. At least if they stopped making excuses and said, "Yes, we did it. We made a mistake. We'll accept the punishment", I could respect them for being grown up adults.
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