I say I have differentiated the system, you say I haven't. Nothing is going to change either side, so there is no point in arguing this one further.
and then insisted that you could throw TD passes to Moss, which further invalidates your understanding of football.
I was using hyperbole to make the point of how talented Moss is (or at least was). Look it up if you don't know what that means, as you clearly don't get the concept.
If anyone could play well with Moss, then anyone WOULD have played well with Moss. There are QBs who haven't.
Yeah, when Moss wasn't trying. We all know he quit on plays and on teams, and those instances can't really be compared with the times when he actually gave an effort.
It's also interesting that this conservative system you described once put up record setting offensive numbers. Or did the "system" change?
You're misinterpreting (perhaps intentionally) a number of things and creating a mishmash of misinformation.
First, the system itself isn't necessarily conservative. It is a system designed to downplay Brady's weaknesses so he doesn't lose games for a talented team.
Second, the record setting numbers had precious little to do with Brady and everything to do with a great o-line, Welker, and especially Moss. We've been over that before. Brady threw down the field more with Moss because of Moss' talents, which means they altered the system to capitalize on the fact they had the most talented receiver in football (a smart move). That doesn't mean the whole system changed. The goal has always been to minimize Brady's weaknesses and take advantage of the players they have - that's why they went out and got Welker and Moss. Welker fit the existing system incredibly well, and Moss is a talent any team should have wanted to get (provided he wanted to play and actually tried).