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Well let's see, I've been reading the Bleacher Report for a while for its diverse opinions and I've always loved debating sports and espousing my own opinion, so when I realized I could join up and write, it was a no-brainer. I grew up watching the NFL and I caught MLB fever when I was in high school, NBA took hold in college shortly after college basketball had carved out its own niche in my heart. I went to UConn so naturally I'm a big Husky fan, and will forever mourn the death of the real Big East. I hope you all enjoy my work as much as I enjoy many of yours.

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  • Travis D posted 490 days ago

    Travis D

    Very impressed with your article comparing Brady's '07 with Peyton's '13

    I think it would be interesting to read a Contextual Article
    analyzing Pat's in '08 and Cot's '11/'12

    I hear people make this argument all the time why Brady is not good.
    Because Casell came in and led the Pats to a 11-5 Record
    But no one, no sports news sites consider the circumstances.
    It takes a much better team to go 16-0/18-0
    Then is takes to go 10-6
    So the drop off from 18-0 to 11-5 is really more then a 5/7 game drop off.
    Also Cassel is a better Talent then Painter, or Orlovsky or Kerry at age 40.
    Cassel was a 4 year primery Backup for N.E.
    Kerry 1st year F.A. with Colts. Painter 3rd string backup, Orlovsky 1st year F.A.

    Each transition between a QB is going to create additional challenges to winning.
    The Patriots had 1 consistent backup for the whole year. Adds to lends to winning.

    Also you can analyze what they did after their time with teams.
    Kerry retired. Orlovsky backup for T.B., Painter backup on N.Y.
    Cassel on the other hand became a Starter at K.C.
    lead a 2-14 team in two year to 10-5.
    Also Cassel's Stats in '10 further prove he is a capable QB.
    3000 yards, 27 TD's, 7 INT's (Peyton has never thrown less then 9)

    Even Peyton has gone 10-6 one year
    and then had a drop off to 6-10 (in '00 to '01)
    So going from a HOF QB to 3 Different QB's
    2-14 is not that extreme.

    Also it was widely considered the Colts were tanking for Luck.
    The "Suck for Luck" campaign seems to be forgotten.
    Considering what each team had to play for.
    The '08 Patriots for the Playoffs
    The '11 Colts for the #1 Draft Pick

    Lastly in '12 a Rookie Luck joined the team,
    with basically the same team Peyton had in '11,
    When Peyton led them to a 10-6 Record,
    And Luck Improved that Record to 11-5

    Would really like to read your take on this.

    But I really liked your article.


  • Mike Parent posted 513 days ago

    Mike Parent

    can you do an article showing the 2007 patriots schedule vs quality of opponents vs 2013 broncos quality of opponents? I honestly think that Brady's quality of opponents and strength was a lot harder imho.

  • Long gone posted 517 days ago

    Long gone

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  • Ted Wells posted 594 days ago

    Ted Wells

    Go Pats!

  • Long gone posted 602 days ago

    Long gone

    I know you guys will win. ATL stinks this year.