New England Patriots dominance topic

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Sora96

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The New England Patriots have the highest regular-season winning percentage in major American professional sports since 1994 to go with four Super Bowl championships, seven AFC championships and a ton of wins over the Colts.

 

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Doesn't change the fact that Eli kicked Brady's ass when it mattered most. Remember that perfect season? Oh yeah. It didn't happen. 18 wins and one giant loss.

Brady is not perfect against Eli. There was no domination. He's 0-2. Suck it.
 

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As I’ve been criticizing the Colts for a couple years now, I’m man enough that I can admit to that. From Pep Hamilton’s predictable play calling and failure to utilize talent to Ryan Grigson’s failure to draft good players that make sense for our style of play and address needs like an offensive line, which has been terrible for the past 3-4 years, and a secondary defense that can’t defend big plays. And yes, Andrew Luck needs to stop throwing interceptions too. He’s a great QB with amazing potential but needs a coach that can help him develop.

Still doesn’t change the fact that Eli kicked Brady’s ass in two Super Bowls.
 

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As I’ve been criticizing the Colts for a couple years now, I’m man enough that I can admit to that. From Pep Hamilton’s predictable play calling and failure to utilize talent to Ryan Grigson’s failure to draft good players that make sense for our style of play and address needs like an offensive line, which has been terrible for the past 3-4 years, and a secondary defense that can’t defend big plays. And yes, Andrew Luck needs to stop throwing interceptions too. He’s a great QB with amazing potential but needs a coach that can help him develop.

Still doesn’t change the fact that Eli kicked Brady’s ass in two Super Bowls.
Technically Brady played fine in both Super Bowls, and even then we got our fourth this year. I'm sure any team would gladly take the Patriots success over the past 20 years.
 

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Technically Brady played fine in both Super Bowls, and even then we got our fourth this year..
The defense figured him out and was hammering him in the first one. I remember very clearly all the sacks the Giants were getting (and all the gif images that emerged as well).

I'm sure any team would gladly take the Patriots success over the past 20 years.
I'm sure teams in general would like to have winning seasons and win the big one. But why just focus on the Patriots when the Steelers, 49ers and Cowboys have dominated for so many years as well? Can't teams want to be like them too?

Hell, that's not even factoring in the time BEFORE the Superbowl was a thing. Who would want to be the Patriots when the Packers won 11 titles from 1929 to 1967?

Giants probably don’t mind though. Being the only team who have beaten the "dominating" Patriots not once but twice has to be pretty fucking satisfying.

It's like taking out a multi-billion dollar business. The bigger they are, the harder they fall. 18-1 is a pretty big and hard fall. ;)
 
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The defense figured him out and was hammering him in the first one. I remember very clearly all the sacks the Giants were getting (and all the gif images that emerged as well).



I'm sure teams in general would like to have winning seasons and win the big one. But why just focus on the Patriots when the Steelers, 49ers and Cowboys have dominated for so many years as well? Can't teams want to be like them too?

Hell, that's not even factoring in the time BEFORE the Superbowl was a thing. Who would want to be the Patriots when the Packers won 11 titles from 1929 to 1967?

Giants probably don’t mind though. Being the only team who have beaten the "dominating" Patriots not once but twice has to be pretty fucking satisfying.

It's like taking out a multi-billion dollar business. The bigger they are, the harder they fall. 18-1 is a pretty big and hard fall. ;)
He got the Pats the lead both times. Not he's fault the Giants got the luckiest catches of all time and that Welker drop one.

Yeah, before the salary cap and how have those teams been doing in recent years? How have the Giants been since? Pretty fucking terrible.

Nothing you say will touch the Pats as they continue to win 12+ games every year plus play-offs. Four Super Bowl wins since 2001/02. Peyton Manning 1-2 in Super Bowls. Andrew Luck yet to make one.
 

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He got the Pats the lead both times. Not he's fault the Giants got the luckiest catches of all time and that Welker drop one.

Yeah, before the salary cap and how have those teams been doing in recent years? How have the Giants been since? Pretty fucking terrible.

Nothing you say will touch the Pats as they continue to win 12+ games every year plus play-offs. Four Super Bowl wins since 2001/02. Peyton Manning 1-2 in Super Bowls. Andrew Luck yet to make one.
I have no problem saying that the Patriots are a great team and have been since the Brady and Belichick era started. I have no problem saying that Manning is one of the best regular season QB's but struggles during the play-offs. I have no problem with saying that Andrew Luck needs to stop throwing interceptions and needs a coach that can help him develop.

But nothing you say will change the harsh reality that your Pats lost to the Giants two times in the Super Bowl. You can bring up all this other stuff as much as you want. It doesn't sting me and nothing changes. The Giants have touched the Patriots and that will be part of history whether you like it or not.

Man up!
 

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I have no problem saying that the Patriots are a great team and have been since the Brady and Belichick era started. I have no problem saying that Manning is one of the best regular season QB's but struggles during the play-offs. I have no problem with saying that Andrew Luck needs to stop throwing interceptions and needs a coach that can help him develop.

But nothing you say will change the harsh reality that your Pats lost to the Giants two times in the Super Bowl. You can bring up all this other stuff as much as you want. It doesn't sting me and nothing changes. The Giants have touched the Patriots and that will be part of history whether you like it or not.

Man up!
And nothing will change the harsh reality of how many times the Pats have defeated the Colts in the play-offs.

I don't need to man up. I can just sit back and watch the greatest quarterback of all time and greatest coach of all time.