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Old 12-20-2005, 06:03 PM   #21
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hopefully that streak is broken before we make it there. the pats are very scary in the playoffs, and if we met them in the afc championship i'd be shitting bricks all week. the only team that will blow out the pats is the colts cause of their style, our style keeps them in the game and that's not good with that bastard brady
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Old 12-20-2005, 07:35 PM   #22
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hopefully that streak is broken before we make it there. the pats are very scary in the playoffs, and if we met them in the afc championship i'd be shitting bricks all week. the only team that will blow out the pats is the colts cause of their style, our style keeps them in the game and that's not good with that bastard brady
You could argue that neither style has been particularly effective against the Pats - against the Steelers we take away the run, against the Colts we take away Mannings easy reads of our Defensive backfield.

Maybe I am biased, but the Colts win against us earlier in the season wont be that relevant come the playoffs should we meet - our D has stepped it up a few notches since then and we are creating pressure on the opposition QB on a regular basis.

In the regular season blow out I think we got pressure on Manning once....and he threw a pick - that will be our recipe for success again if we get there.

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Old 12-21-2005, 02:23 PM   #23
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You could argue that neither style has been particularly effective against the Pats - against the Steelers we take away the run, against the Colts we take away Mannings easy reads of our Defensive backfield.

Maybe I am biased, but the Colts win against us earlier in the season wont be that relevant come the playoffs should we meet - our D has stepped it up a few notches since then and we are creating pressure on the opposition QB on a regular basis.

In the regular season blow out I think we got pressure on Manning once....and he threw a pick - that will be our recipe for success again if we get there.

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i've noticed as long as you get pressure on a qb, they're nothing. i noticed this with brady along with peyton. last year in the reg season we got pressue on brady, he looked so confused and was moving his feet like someone with a gun was playing the game 'dance.' pressure=victory (even with a preo bowl qb)
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i've noticed as long as you get pressure on a qb, they're nothing. i noticed this with brady along with peyton. last year in the reg season we got pressue on brady, he looked so confused and was moving his feet like someone with a gun was playing the game 'dance.' pressure=victory (even with a preo bowl qb)
That actually happens to be complete nonsense.

Brady is the best in the NFL at sensing pressure and then moving just far enough from it in order to get his pass off.

Did you not see Brady's pass at the weekend when Simeon Rice had a full grip on his helmet - Brady STILL completed a 27 yard pass right on the money.

Or maybe you think that Brady has the best O-Line in the league?

Manning has had the benefit of excellent protection for the vast majority of his NFL career, how often do you see him getting hit just as he throws?

I bet its not often because I can tell you - this episode against San Diego at the weekend was typical of what he does on the RARE OCCASION when the heat is on.

Maybe you think quoting one game of your choice is enough evidence to prove your 'theory' ...I do not.

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That actually happens to be complete nonsense.

Brady is the best in the NFL at sensing pressure and then moving just far enough from it in order to get his pass off.

Did you not see Brady's pass at the weekend when Simeon Rice had a full grip on his helmet - Brady STILL completed a 27 yard pass right on the money.

Or maybe you think that Brady has the best O-Line in the league?

Manning has had the benefit of excellent protection for the vast majority of his NFL career, how often do you see him getting hit just as he throws?

I bet its not often because I can tell you - this episode against San Diego at the weekend was typical of what he does on the RARE OCCASION when the heat is on.

Maybe you think quoting one game of your choice is enough evidence to prove your 'theory' ...I do not.

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well the only patsies games i watch are against the steelers....the games we lost we couldnt get pressue, the game we won we did. thats all i based it on
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well the only patsies games i watch are against the steelers....the games we lost we couldnt get pressue, the game we won we did. thats all i based it on
Right.......well that sample size is way too small to be making assumptions about how Brady and Manning react under pressure.

I have seen plenty of games of both QB's and Brady deals with pressure alot better than Manning - one factor could be that Manning is just not used to dealing with a pass rush - his O-Line is quite a bit superior to ours.

The Brady 'dancing with guns' game you quoted happened to be one where we managed to run for 5 YARDS all game due to Corey Dillon being out - this meant that the Steelers rushed Brady every time knowing he had to pass.

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