In your response to the Brady-Rodgers comparison, my point is I could say the same thing, but switch the names Brady and Rodgers and have it be similarly crazy to me.
It's not "similarly crazy" to me. It's perfectly reasonable to point out how Brady doesn't make elite plays nearly as often as he should if he's supposedly elite. Rodgers - and most other QBs reasonably held to be elite - DO make plays that show how elite they are and they do it on a regular basis most of the time. *(Stats have been shown to you that explain how Brady makes plays down the field at practically the same rate as other elite QBs do. So…you’re wrong. Numbers don’t lie. If you’re going to bring up “he has all day to throw” there are numbers that show that he gets rid of the ball as quickly as anyone in football, and the o-line, at least this year, is average at preventing sacks.)*
But he is constantly in the playoffs, largely because of what he does on the field, which you disagree with entirely, dispite the overwhelming evidence thats been presented to you. That's where we largely bump heads.
He's "constantly in the playoffs" for the same main reason he won 3 SBs - he has played on talented teams. *(Again – For his 3 Super Bowl wins, he had a below average offensive line, below average offensive weapons, and put up well above average numbers. A defense can only carry you so far.)*
As I already said, if Brady was HALF AS GOOD as any of you Brady lovers state, he'd have won at LEAST 5 rings by now and be on his way to 6 - and really, he'd probably have 7 or 8 and be on his way to another. There's no reason a QB as talented as you CLAIM Brady is wouldn't have been able to get the job done with the talent on that team. *(Want to make sure I got this right – if Brady was half as good as one of the Top 3 QBs in football…so, does Matt Schaub work? Schaub would have won with a below average offensive line and below average receivers and running backs. Do I have it right? And then he would have won more? You’re arguing if Matt Schaub took over for a struggling Drew Bledsoe in 2001, he would have gone on to win 5 Super Bowls. If that makes sense to you, there’s something very wrong with the way your mind works.)*
You don't know when the "system" began because there's no magic system that works in football. You can't pinpoint it because it doesn't exist in the way you think it does.
No. I can't pinpoint when it began because I'm not a member of the coaching staff and have never been one and haven't asked them when it began. *(So how do you know a system was designed to make average QBs look elite existed at all? You haven’t asked the coaching staff, and you aren’t a part of it.)*
It's not magic. It's simply good coaching strategy to implement a system that takes advantage of both matchups and the players you have. *(Are you implying that other teams don’t do this?)*
You said Ty Law got the pick 6 because he knew what play was coming in the 2nd quarter, based on the fact the Pats knew the first 15 offensive plays. Why didn't they know the plays before that play? If they did, they surely would have kept the Rams from moving the ball down the field. "Used that info throughout the game"? You said it was their first 15 plays.
I remember they knew the first 15 plays, but obviously there was other information they learned from the video of the Rams walk-through. Again, you are deliberately thinking in absolutes to try to argue against what I'm saying and it doesn't work that way because it's not absolute.
Also, as I already pointed out, knowing the plays doesn't necessarily mean you can absolutely stop every single one of them or stop a team from ever scoring. It makes it easier, but you also have to remember how great the Rams offense was.
If you don't stop ignoring everything in favor of absolutes, I'm done discussing this with you.
*(My problem with your argument is that A) you know this tape exists, when it never has been found. B) you knew what was ON the tape, (first 15 plays) despite no tape being found. And C) you know that Law’s pick was made PURELY on the fact that the Pats had this tape, with no chance of Law just making a good play on the ball, Warner making a bad read, or the receiver making a bad play on it. YOU are speaking in absolutes – that there is no way Law makes this play if the Pats didn’t have this tape that has never been found.)*
Dating women and getting them pregnant makes him a bad person?
There are too many children growing up with single parents and/or parents who don't love them and raise them correctly. Many of these are because people who are dating are having irresponsible sex and making babies that should never exist. Many of them can't afford these children and won't love them or be good parents, and it creates a host of problems for society that would be solved if these idiots just didn't have sex. If you can't be responsible for using birth control methods (there are plenty out there) to prevent unwanted pregnancies, then you shouldn't be having sex at all.
Brady doesn't get an exemption from this because he's famous or wealthy. He's just as much of an idiot (and the woman is too) for making a baby he shouldn't have been making by having sex he had no business having.
By the way, do not attempt to argue this with me, because I won't do it. I believe what I believe about this and don't care if you or anyone disagrees, so there is no point in an argument because I won't change my mind.
*(Brady was in a relationship. Are you saying that everyone needs to be married to have children? If that’s your fundamental belief, OK. But being a “bad person” shouldn’t be determined purely on whether someone was married or not when they had children. You also understand that birth control doesn't always work? Also, please address the arrogance argument. Do you hate Joe Flacco because of his arrogance?
Also, do you hate Dan Marino for having an affair and a child out of wedlock? When people bring him up as being on of the best QBs that ever existed, will you bring up how bad of a person he was?
I just want to make sure you’re equal in hating people for being “bad people.”