This. 100% this. But his defenders (aka the media) will point to his rating and say how much better he played than Brady (which isn’t the case either).This is on Rodgers. His defense gave him the ball three times with a chance to take the lead or tie the game, and he got only a FG.
The Vikings lost 4 in 8 years in the 70s but I have no idea if anyone was there for all 4. I thought Tarkenton may have been, but I forgot he went to the Giants for a few years in between Vikings stints and missed the first one.3 players lost 4 with the Bills and then an additional one later. Can’t find all the Bills who lost 4 though.
Fran wasn't there for SB IV but a number of the defenders (Eller, Page, Marshall) were there for all four.The Vikings lost 4 in 8 years in the 70s but I have no idea if anyone was there for all 4. I thought Tarkenton may have been, but I forgot he went to the Giants for a few years in between Vikings stints and missed the first one.
This is probably discussed ad nauseum in other threads, but what's the consensus on what Brady does on the Pats this year?No this is nonsense. Brady left NE and went to a team loaded with weapons. He’s been fantastic and this will enhance Brady’s legacy but in no way diminishes Belichick’s.
“Is the player the face of the league?”I'm not rooting for it, but after last weeks bell-ringing, I don't think Mahomes makes it through this game.
I'd love to know what the latest NFL concussion protocol consists of.
Which is fine but people using this year as a reason to denigrate BB are being dumb. I have no doubt both guys would’ve have plenty of success without the other but the two working together for 20 years is what gave us 6 trophies and 9 trips to the big game.It’s not clear the Belichick needs Brady but a sb win for Brady would prove Brady doesn’t need Belichick
edit: I’m not saying Brady winning does anything to Belichicks legacy