i wish i had never read this
nothing personalc'mon yimyammer you prick (haha) what you doing giving me a thumbs down. First time i ever got a thumbs down on this website. I look and see a red circle and i am like.."WTF is this stand for". And i see its you handing out a thumbs down.
nothing I said was factually incorrect. Belichick before Brady ever started a game, was 16 games under .500
Please don't misunderstand my post, the point was not to slam Brady as I think he's amazing and a freak of nature if for no other reason than his ability to adhere to his crazy diet. His competitiveness and work ethic are off the charts. He's a winner and deserves all the kudos.here is what I can say IMO about Tom Brady. For years, I resisted the urge to think he was the best QB ever. I always thought it was Montana. But a few years ago, I finally gave in....and not only do I think he is the best QB ever, but the best football player (offense, defense, ST) I have ever watched since I started watching in 1974. Now, people a little older than me, still maintain that Jim Brown is the best player ever--but I just never saw him play.
Never mind Brady's ability to throw and run the offense...but his motivational and leadership skills makes nearly ever player on their team better. I truly believe he does that. He lifts every player.
This would have more merit except for the fact Brady has been the QB virtually his entire stay in New England. The one time Brady had a long term injury (essentially missed the 2008 season) Matt Cassell won 11 games and Pats made the playoffs.Let's be fair, its a lot easier for BB when he has Tom Brady attached to his hip. I just looked it up, prior to Tom Brady taking the field as the starter, Belichick's head coaching record was 41-57.
For some reason, he wasn't such a great head coach when his starting QB was Mike Tomczak, Todd Philcox, Mark Rypien, Kosar, Eric Zeier, Bledsoe, Testaverde.....what a shock.