Brady blames himself for Patriots' re...

Brady blames himself for Patriots' red-zone woes

There are 40 comments on the WTEN-TV Albany story from Sep 25, 2013, titled Brady blames himself for Patriots' red-zone woes. In it, WTEN-TV Albany reports that:

Tom Brady bent forward and put his hands on his knees in frustration. Then he stood up, slapped both sides of his helmet and jogged off the field.

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Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#1 Sep 26, 2013
I know why Brady's "parked in the red-zone"
He wants Giselle to have an abortion
Tony W

La Palma, CA

#2 Sep 27, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan has dropped to new lows and is exhibiting behavior that is way beyond disgusting. Please turn back before you have no options but hell. God knows you have earned it many times over. Look to the Lord with humility or suffer foreve in a place created for those who turn their backs on God and what is right. How can you not respond to someone who died for you so that you can escape judgment? At some point you won't be able to turn because your mind will be so depraved and contaminated that hell will be the only road you can follow. Hope you repent before its too late. Seems you are getting very close if not there already.
Grandma Rose

La Palma, CA

#3 Sep 27, 2013
Pastor says when people are as far gone as these boys are that they demonstrate just how bad America has gotten and why Mr Graham says America will face destruction like Sodom and Gomorrah. Seems these boys are exhibiting the same behavior that got those ancient cities destroyed. All you can do is warn them once then leave them to themselves for judgment. Just like Lot left people like this I think it would be best if you left them alone. Your comments though true only causes them to build a hotter fire for their final residence. Hell will be excruciatingly painful so don't cause them to stoke their own fires. Just pray for them quietly and hope for the best. They are not receptive so don't cast your pearls. Save them for someone ready to listen.
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#4 Oct 3, 2013
Still talking to yourself? Of course you are
Sally M

La Palma, CA

#5 Oct 3, 2013
What's the difference? I don't understand when they say it's the Thursday Night Edition of Sunday Night Football. Isn't it just Thursday Night Football. Why all the titles?
hmm

Grundy, VA

#6 Oct 3, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
I know why Brady's "parked in the red-zone"
He wants Giselle to have an abortion
how many bears does it take to win a championship 1 Walter Payton and he's Gone so keep laughing
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#7 Oct 4, 2013
Don't forget the facial humiliation the Bears gave to the Redskins in a championship game....73-0
Janitor

La Palma, CA

#8 Oct 5, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
Don't forget the facial humiliation the Bears gave to the Redskins in a championship game....73-0
Wow, you must really be an old fart, or maybe just a fart.:D
Janitor

La Palma, CA

#9 Oct 6, 2013
Brady is being kind. He should put the blame where it belongs, on Belichick. Today Brady threw a pass to Dobson that should have been a TD but Dobson didn't cut back for the score. Then Amendola caught a pass and fell inches from the end zone and tried to roll in instead of just reaching the ball over. Replay shows he was in but Belichick didn't throw the red challenge flag. Bottomline, Belichick the genius has had over ten years to figure out he has a great QB that needs some decent receivers and hasn't done squat to get some. Even when Brady pulls a rabbit out of the hat to score Belichick puts the rabbit back in the hat for a loss and killing any chance of Brady getting the record for consecutive games with a TD pass. Let's face it, Belichick may be a great coordinator but when it comes to being a Head Coach, he is just along for the ride. It's really more than that though. The Pats have won not because of Belichick but in spite of him. Give him Three weeks to find some receivers or fire his ass. He's takes away from how good Brady really is. Kraft will never get rid of Belichick. Kraft not only gave away his SB Ring but wins and championships by letting Belichick hang on. Consider Belichick having a losing record before Brady. Then consider his SB wins came with players that Pete Carrol brought in (see Seattle). Since picking the groceries himself, with the exception of a lucky Randy Moss pickup, he is the reason the Pats don't win. Either get rid of Belichick or get rid of Kraft so a reasonable owner will take the appropriate action before Brady collects social security. Sports writers may think Belichick is a genius but a real genius would look at the facts and causality. They both tell us that Belichick is no genius and is the cause of Brady's problems. Maybe it's his diet. Too much Kraft Mac &. cheese? As long as Belichick is in control minus any massive change in how he approaches team building, the Pats are doomed and will never, ever win another Super Bowl. Pats would have been better off keeping Pete Carrol. They'd probably have 5-6 SBs by now. Just imagine jhiw much better the defense would have been and the better receiving corps Brady would have had. Belichick should thank Brady every day for rescuing him from the mediocrity that would have otherwise befallen him.
TNS

La Palma, CA

#10 Oct 6, 2013
Janitor wrote:
Brady is being kind. He should put the blame where it belongs, on Belichick. Today Brady threw a pass to Dobson that should have been a TD but Dobson didn't cut back for the score. Then Amendola caught a pass and fell inches from the end zone and tried to roll in instead of just reaching the ball over. Replay shows he was in but Belichick didn't throw the red challenge flag. Bottomline, Belichick the genius has had over ten years to figure out he has a great QB that needs some decent receivers and hasn't done squat to get some. Even when Brady pulls a rabbit out of the hat to score Belichick puts the rabbit back in the hat for a loss and killing any chance of Brady getting the record for consecutive games with a TD pass. Let's face it, Belichick may be a great coordinator but when it comes to being a Head Coach, he is just along for the ride. It's really more than that though. The Pats have won not because of Belichick but in spite of him. Give him Three weeks to find some receivers or fire his ass. He's takes away from how good Brady really is. Kraft will never get rid of Belichick. Kraft not only gave away his SB Ring but wins and championships by letting Belichick hang on. Consider Belichick having a losing record before Brady. Then consider his SB wins came with players that Pete Carrol brought in (see Seattle). Since picking the groceries himself, with the exception of a lucky Randy Moss pickup, he is the reason the Pats don't win. Either get rid of Belichick or get rid of Kraft so a reasonable owner will take the appropriate action before Brady collects social security. Sports writers may think Belichick is a genius but a real genius would look at the facts and causality. They both tell us that Belichick is no genius and is the cause of Brady's problems. Maybe it's his diet. Too much Kraft Mac &. cheese? As long as Belichick is in control minus any massive change in how he approaches team building, the Pats are doomed and will never, ever win another Super Bowl. Pats would have been better off keeping Pete Carrol. They'd probably have 5-6 SBs by now. Just imagine jhiw much better the defense would have been and the better receiving corps Brady would have had. Belichick should thank Brady every day for rescuing him from the mediocrity that would have otherwise befallen him.
Pats are easily fixable. Just don't let Belichick anywhere near the draft or selection of free agents. Get Parcells or Shottenheimer to pick the players and let Bill train them. That's the one area that he's pretty good at.
Janitor

La Palma, CA

#11 Oct 6, 2013
TNS wrote:
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Pats are easily fixable. Just don't let Belichick anywhere near the draft or selection of free agents. Get Parcells or Shottenheimer to pick the players and let Bill train them. That's the one area that he's pretty good at.
That and taking credit for Pete Carrols draft selections and Brady's play. Yet it's the media that creates perception regardless of what the facts say.
TNS

La Palma, CA

#12 Oct 6, 2013
TNS wrote:
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Pats are easily fixable. Just don't let Belichick anywhere near the draft or selection of free agents. Get Parcells or Shottenheimer to pick the players and let Bill train them. That's the one area that he's pretty good at.
Ideal situation would be for Belichick to put his ego in check and become the defensive coordinator and let Marty Shottenheimer or Parcells take the reigns as the Head Coach with control of personnel selections. Bill just lacks the player selection gene, and is a much better coordinator than head coach. Pats need to outsource this responsibility.
BarTender

La Palma, CA

#13 Oct 6, 2013
Its a little early in the evening to be sloshed but a couple of Pats fans, executive types, where saying that Brady is thinking about retiring because Belicheck is screwing him over with the lack of receivers he's been getting. Given that Bradys best friend is Wes Welker and he left the team because he felt Belicheck was and is an asshat, it's not much of a stretch to think that Brady may feel the same way. Brady may never admit it but you can tell how pissed he was today when no less than eight of his passes where dropped. That means instead of going 27-38 (71%) he looks the chump at only 19-38 (50%). Belicheck even screwed him by not challenging Amendolas catch to give Brady a passing TD. When you slow it down the tape shows he crossed the goal line before being touched. Concur with the rising tide that Belicheck is the problem, and just along for the ride Brady provides.
Tom Brady Bunch

Miami, FL

#14 Oct 7, 2013
BarTender wrote:
Its a little early in the evening to be sloshed but a couple of Pats fans, executive types, where saying that Brady is thinking about retiring because Belicheck is screwing him over with the lack of receivers he's been getting. Given that Bradys best friend is Wes Welker and he left the team because he felt Belicheck was and is an asshat, it's not much of a stretch to think that Brady may feel the same way. Brady may never admit it but you can tell how pissed he was today when no less than eight of his passes where dropped. That means instead of going 27-38 (71%) he looks the chump at only 19-38 (50%). Belicheck even screwed him by not challenging Amendolas catch to give Brady a passing TD. When you slow it down the tape shows he crossed the goal line before being touched. Concur with the rising tide that Belicheck is the problem, and just along for the ride Brady provides.
Why listen to "executive type" Pats fans when you can go on the internet and read posts from a wannabe Mensa doofus?
Mesna6farts

Houston, TX

#15 Oct 7, 2013
2 field goals...what a power house the Pats are....
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#16 Oct 7, 2013
Tom Brady Bunch wrote:
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Why listen to "executive type" Pats fans when you can go on the internet and read posts from a wannabe Mensa doofus?
The troll will hide after Brady's 16.8 QBR
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#17 Oct 7, 2013
Mesna6farts wrote:
2 field goals...what a power house the Pats are....
bench brady..it will work for schaub
Mensa6ScrotumLic ker

Miami, FL

#18 Oct 7, 2013
TNS wrote:
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Pats are easily fixable. Just don't let Belichick anywhere near the draft or selection of free agents. Get Parcells or Shottenheimer to pick the players and let Bill train them. That's the one area that he's pretty good at.
....because Parcells did such a wonderful job with the Dolphins and Cowsluts.

Parcells' old ass is still stuck in the 1986 NFL.

TNS

La Palma, CA

#19 Oct 10, 2013
Mensa6ScrotumLicker wrote:
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....because Parcells did such a wonderful job with the Dolphins and Cowsluts.
Parcells' old ass is still stuck in the 1986 NFL.
Never said they were good at training them just picking them. Meanwhile Belichick is good at training them just not picking them. When they work together good things happen, by themselves, not so much.
Back Door Bill

Houston, TX

#20 Oct 10, 2013
Meanwhile Belichick is good at training them...nice shower room hobby he has....

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