Brandin Cooks: I’m blessed to be part of an organization on the rise

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In an offseason in which the Rams have added a number of good players, the newest one is excited about what is being built in Los Angeles.

Brandin Cooks said at his introductory press conference today that he’s excited about the direction the Rams are going in.

“It’s part of the game. I’m extremely blessed for this opportunity to be part of a special organization that’s on the rise,” Cooks said.

Cooks said he has a lot of respect for the coach who traded him from New England, Bill Belichick, but after getting traded two years in a row he hopes he can work out a long-term contract that keeps him in Los Angeles for the long haul.

“As far as making this home, absolutely I would love to do that, and at the end of the day that will take care of itself,” Cooks said. “I just want to go to work and help this team win.”

After this offseason, Cooks is expecting the Ramsg to win a lot.

79 responses to “Brandin Cooks: I’m blessed to be part of an organization on the rise

  1. Can a young quarterback lead a locker room full of talented yet troubled players? Almost everyone the rams have acquired this offseason have huge off field red flags and this could ruin and poison the culture they’re trying to build up. It’s a very risky move.

  2. Good for him. He goes from an organization that is known for cheating and is clearly on a downfall to a team that has so much potential and will likely be in the SB hunt for years to come.

  3. Nothing risky about Cooks, minnesotablizzard. He’s a great young receiver that couldn’t work out a deal with New England. Belichick chose to get high value for him to address other areas of concern. Good move by the Patriots, and a great landing spot for Cooks.

  4. This guy is pretty lucky. First he go to play with Drew Brees and then he got to play with Tom Brady. Not that Goff is in their company but he certainly shows promise. Think of all the WRs on other teams that are stuck playing with guys like Ryan Tannehill, Andy Dalton, whomever the Jets or Browns throw out there…. Cooks has been quite a lucky guy thus far.

  5. There can be a number of locker room leaders besides the quarterback. And more importantly, the QB’s responsibility is 99.999% about the offense. As far as I know, there are no troubled players on this Ram’s offense.

  6. And here comes Pat fan to read way too much into what he said and whine about it. Because that’s what they do.

    Very strange.

  7. Fan InDenial says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:24 pm

    as opposed to being on a team that consistently makes the playoffs?

    ===================
    Not that hard to do in the AFC Least.

  8. That team on the decline would have won two consecutive Super Bowls if Cooks had even the faintest clue as to how to run with a football in his hands!

  9. Nice parting shot. Maybe he’ll run a 360 in the middle of the field if the Rams meet the Pats in the SBOWL. Good luck with Cooks if the Rams need to conveet on 3rd down. 3rd team in 4 yrs. Good player, but anyone that pays him 17 mil/yr will diacover he’a not on that level. Top #2 WR

  10. scmems07 says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:30 pm
    Good for him. He goes from an organization that is known for cheating and is clearly on a downfall to a team that has so much potential and will likely be in the SB hunt for years to come.

    Lame

  11. belichickdominatedjoemontana says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:41 pm
    Brandin, lets talk in 12 months.

    Rams were on the rise. Now we are all waiting for the sh*t to hit the fan

    All while a 41 year old will probably be back in his 9th Super Bowl.

    Probably not.

    I think he is in a far better place. This QB can throw the long ball. Playing in a far more competitive conference which helps players keep an edge and stay hungry. Playing a lot more exciting offensive scheme (dink and dunk and let your receivers do all the work isn’t all that exciting for a young wideout). Think he is going to see a little more Brees in Goff. Good for Cooks.

  12. Good for him. Pats will remain competitive, BB always keep things interesting. Not a SB team though, clearly in a rebuilding year. free agents wary of NE with Brady and Bill’s unknown future, along with benching of Malcolm. 2-3 years, with a young QB, we’ll be back in contention to win it all.

  13. “also blessed to have a QB who can throw more than 2 yards in the air!!”

    Don’t you get tired of humiliating yourself with that silly comment? Brady led the league in passing last season. He was #3 in completions of 20+ yards in the air, #1 in completions of 40+ yards in the air.

    I suppose you think he threw the ball to himself 2 yards away 19 times in a row or more on those long completions, right?

  14. thrifty says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:39 pm
    It’s far better than being with an organization that is on the decline.

    _______________________________________________________________________________

    ROTFLMAO!!

    Let’s see. LEAGUE MVP; 9 Straight AFC East Division Titles; 7 straight AFC Conf Championship Appearances; 3 SB Appearances in 4 years and 2 SB titles in that time frame.

    Maybe you should look up the word DYNASTY!!

  15. steelcurtainn says:
    April 5, 2018 at 3:10 pm
    So I guess he’s trying to say New Englands on the decline.
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    And yet still above the Steelers level …and 31 other teams.

  16. Prepare for cap hell, Brandin. You just forced your way out of a team that plays in the conference title game every year, with their 7th straight last year. 8th straight, this year.

    You either want a crack at a ring or you do not. Scouring for the highest possible contract, means you don’t.

    But, good luck.

    Your new contract will help make the Rams a fading team come 2020.

    2 year window at best.

  17. tbisgod says:
    April 5, 2018 at 3:09 pm
    Good for him. Pats will remain competitive, BB always keep things interesting. Not a SB team though, clearly in a rebuilding year. free agents wary of NE with Brady and Bill’s unknown future, along with benching of Malcolm. 2-3 years, with a young QB, we’ll be back in contention to win it all.

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    Butler benched himself with a 103 passer rating against in 2017. I believe his teammates, not the anti-BB media.

    And, 2 fraud TDs for Philly helped them win that SB, not Butler not playing poorly on national tv.

    You people will be SORELY mistaken come next January. Sorely mistaken.

  18. u4iadman says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:55 pm
    Pats cheat. Proven.

    6 18 Rate This

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    Actually, easily debunked with 56 lies in the Wells Report and Science….

    Oh…

    And this:

    2010:
    Bill Cowher: “You know, let me just say this: To answer your question, no, I don’t think so (it’s not an advantage for one team over another).
    I just know as a head coach, you are always looking for a competitive edge. We had people out there trying to look at signals. We had guys go to games. They would tape the signal caller and also write it down. They would take it back and match up the signals with the game film and certain defenses with certain plays that were being called, particularly the defenses being called, to see if we could come up with some kind of an alert for a signal. So, what they did with videotaping the signal caller, people do it with the people in the stands!!
    These people sitting there in the stands, looking at the signal, writing it down and matching up the 1st and 10 signal. Ok? Then you go back again and the 2nd and 10 and here’s the signal. You do that for a whole game.
    You then go back and match up the defenses with the signal. And you can come up with what the signal was.
    So, you don;’t need a video tape with what they were talking about doing. And people were doing it. WE were doing that. Everybody does that. You’re TRYING to gain a competitive edge. There is nothing wrong with that.
    That’s why baseball players go through the mirage of signals. They’ve got all these different codes. That’s part of the competitive spirit of the game. I think it’s totally overblown. I think if you get caught (signals compromised), then do what we did and go to wristbands, you are worried about it. We started putting defenses on wristbands. Then you find a way to not get caught (signals compromised). When your good at something and people try steal from ya, I think it’s flattering.”

  19. According to the haters, since he is on a new team this is also the time every former Pats player spills the dirt on how mean and cheatin’ that Bill Belichick is oh right that never happens.

  20. Braz says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:41 pm
    And here comes Pat fan to read way too much into what he said…
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    No, that is obviously the Pats haters, and others with condescending Pats fan comments due to the fact they are generally jealous of the superior NFL knowledge of Pats fans.

  21. .
    The cash rich Rams win because they get the experienced deep threat they needed to fuel their win now strategy.

    The Patriots win by getting the 23rd pick in a draft that may have 5 QBs go early. That would leave them with the 18th best position player. If they want a LT the difference between the Rams #23 and the Patriots own #31 is about the size of the grand canyon.

    However, Cooks is the big winner in this deal. He goes to another playoff team and now has an excellent chance of getting paid megabucks without the acrimony of free agency.
    .

  22. Forget about a team on the rise. God blessed him with a discount at Kroenke’s (aka the country bumpkin) home away from home Walmart. Can’t wait to see the Walmart arena flying into LAX.

  23. Not that hard to do in the AFC Least

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    Yeah….in non-division AFC games last year, each division was:

    East 15-9
    West 11-13
    North 11-13
    South 11-13

    If you remove the division winner:

    East 10-8 (thats Bills, Phins & Jets)
    West 8-10 (that’s Chargers, Raiders & Broncos)
    North 7-11 (that’s Ravens, Bengals & Browns)
    South 6-12 (that’s Titans, Texans & Colts)

  24. jeepster77 says:
    April 5, 2018 at 3:16 pm
    thrifty says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:39 pm
    It’s far better than being with an organization that is on the decline.

    _______________________________________________________________________________

    ROTFLMAO!!

    Let’s see. LEAGUE MVP; 9 Straight AFC East Division Titles; 7 straight AFC Conf Championship Appearances; 3 SB Appearances in 4 years and 2 SB titles in that time frame.

    Maybe you should look up the word DYNASTY!!

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    Hey Chief, looked up the word for you…not sure where you’re getting at with this. ROFTLMAO

    dy·nas·ty
    ˈdīnəstē/Submit
    noun
    noun: dynasty; plural noun: dynasties
    a line of hereditary rulers of a country.

  25. ariani1985 says:

    April 5, 2018 at 2:37 pm

    also blessed to have a QB who can throw more than 2 yards in the air!!
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    You guys kill me…… please know your facts before you throw out crap….

    In 2017 alone……here are 3 good QB’s……Mr Cooks played with 2 of them and will move on and play with the third this year.

    Brandon Cooks with Tom Brady > 1082 yards for 16.6 yard average 7 TD’S
    Brandon Cooks with Drew Brees > 1173 yards for 15.0 yard average 8 TD’s

    Tom Brady
    4577 yards last season
    66% completion rate
    11.9 yards per completion
    7.9 yards per attempt

    Drew Brees
    4334 yards last season
    72% completion rate
    11.2 yards per completion
    8.1 yards per attempt

    Jared Goff
    3804 yards last season
    62% completion rate
    12.9 yards per completion
    7.2 yards per attempt

  26. ariani1985 says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:37 pm
    also blessed to have a QB who can throw more than 2 yards in the air!!
    —–
    You realize everyone else looks at this and laughs, right? Except they’re not laughing for the reason you’re thinking.

  27. The LAmbs rose in 2017. Not sure if they are going to continue rising, or whether they have plateaued, or whether they will go back downhill again.

  28. rideforjesus says:
    April 5, 2018 at 4:03 pm
    ariani1985 says:

    April 5, 2018 at 2:37 pm

    also blessed to have a QB who can throw more than 2 yards in the air!!
    ________________________________________________________________________________________________

    You guys kill me…… please know your facts before you throw out crap….

    In 2017 alone……here are 3 good QB’s……Mr Cooks played with 2 of them and will move on and play with the third this year.

    Brandon Cooks with Tom Brady > 1082 yards for 16.6 yard average 7 TD’S
    Brandon Cooks with Drew Brees > 1173 yards for 15.0 yard average 8 TD’s

    Tom Brady
    4577 yards last season
    66% completion rate
    11.9 yards per completion
    7.9 yards per attempt

    Drew Brees
    4334 yards last season
    72% completion rate
    11.2 yards per completion
    8.1 yards per attempt

    Jared Goff
    3804 yards last season
    62% completion rate
    12.9 yards per completion
    7.2 yards per attempt

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    Did you just compare Jared Goff to Tom Brady?

    You are aware Brady was without his two favorite WRs (Edelman/Mitchell) last year, correct?

    Only in LA-LA land would someone claim Goff is on the same plane as the greatest QB who ever lived.

    LMAO

  29. Hey Chief, looked up the word for you…not sure where you’re getting at with this. ROFTLMAO

    dy·nas·ty
    ˈdīnəstē/Submit
    noun
    noun: dynasty; plural noun: dynasties
    a line of hereditary rulers of a country

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    and if you chose to look a little further (from Merriam-Webster)

    2 : a powerful group or family that maintains its position for a considerable time – born into a powerful political dynasty – a baseball dynasty2

  30. Cooks didn’t say anything negative about the Patriots. His comment about playing for a team on the rise wasn’t a dig at them, simply acknowledging that he could have been traded to a much worse situation.

  31. Braz says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:49 pm
    Fan InDenial says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:24 pm

    as opposed to being on a team that consistently makes the playoffs?

    ===================
    Not that hard to do in the AFC Least.

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    More like the AFC Most, as in the conference that has won the most SB’s since 2000.

  32. omeimontis says:
    April 5, 2018 at 4:14 pm
    The LAmbs rose in 2017. Not sure if they are going to continue rising, or whether they have plateaued, or whether they will go back downhill again.

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    That would be my concern. Taking out numerous starters and then plopping in new ones, many of whom have questionable desires to committing to winning, with massive contracts and egos running wild with an immature, MIllennial head coach.

    Swapping numerous starters in and out, is not really the way to do it. They could easily not win the division, and maybe miss on a Wild Card in that conference.

    Then the hotshot pretty boys (Snead and McVay) look like idiots, because cap hell will settle in for 2019 and beyond.

  33. whywerule says:
    April 5, 2018 at 3:30 pm

    Braz says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:41 pm
    And here comes Pat fan to read way too much into what he said…
    —————————-
    No, that is obviously the Pats haters, and others with condescending Pats fan comments due to the fact they are generally jealous of the superior NFL knowledge of Pats fans.

    =================================
    Pat fan in general is so sensitive for a fanbase that has witnessed their team win 5 championships and 8 conference championships in 17 seasons. It’s like they want other teams fans to validate their accomplishments. Not really sure why. They also have a bizarre persecution complex which I can’t figure out either. I thought the Raiders fans were bad enough but they got nothing on Pat fan in that area.

    If I’m Pat fan and a “hater” says Brady sucks then I just laugh at them not type up some 500 word scribe that nobody will read anyway on why he doesn’t.

    Very strange. As I said.

  34. m8gaman says:
    April 5, 2018 at 4:32 pm

    Braz says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:49 pm
    Fan InDenial says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:24 pm

    as opposed to being on a team that consistently makes the playoffs?

    ===================
    Not that hard to do in the AFC Least.

    ————-
    More like the AFC Most, as in the conference that has won the most SB’s since 2000.

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    And the last time the AFC Least deserved the label of “AFC East” was that very same year. Go figure.

  35. “Not that hard to do in the AFC Least.”

    You can quote Pats Hater Myth #1 all you want, it doesn’t make it true.

    Over the last 15 years the AFCE is 3rd in the league in wins outside the division, that’s including the division winner or not. So those 3 teams the Pats face twice a year regularly do better outside the division than most of the other divisions do.

  36. As a RAM fan I am happy with the moves as they are going for it . Lots of haters on this board but if it was your team you would be happy as hell . The Rams have sucked for years and now they are giving it a shot , why not ? If they win the superbowl its all worth it even if they suck for another 10 years . The greatest show on turf only had one superbowl win , Pats cheated so after that it blew up how a team is built means nothing and remember the Rams let Quinn , Tru , Watkins , Olgetree all go there cap number is about 55 million

  37. You guys do realize when you lose the war, the dynasty is over right? You may want to go watch the SB again, but I promise you didn’t win. Its the beginning of an Eagle dynasty until you try to win again this year. Good luck with that roster, smells like the dynasty is in the rear view mirror.

  38. Braz says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:49 pm
    Fan InDenial says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:24 pm

    as opposed to being on a team that consistently makes the playoffs?

    ===================
    Not that hard to do in the AFC Least.

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    Just imagine if they played in the cream puff AFC North

  39. minnesotablizzard says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:27 pm
    Can a young quarterback lead a locker room full of talented yet troubled players? Almost everyone the rams have acquired this offseason have huge off field red flags and this could ruin and poison the culture they’re trying to build up. It’s a very risky move.

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    What off field red flags does Cooks have?

    In NE he was a hard worker, good team mate, got along with folks, understood the playbook. He wasn’t a #1 game changer type but still he was a good solid receiver and did well for the team. The only reason he got traded was because he is about to become one of the top paid receivers in the league and in the Pats system they are not going to give that much of their cap space to a single player. They are better off with the draft puck while the keep the money spread out over a wider range of talent.

    There is nobody to rip on here, it was a good deal for all parties.

  40. ladyjet says:
    April 5, 2018 at 4:58 pm
    You guys do realize when you lose the war, the dynasty is over right? You may want to go watch the SB again, but I promise you didn’t win. Its the beginning of an Eagle dynasty until you try to win again this year. Good luck with that roster, smells like the dynasty is in the rear view mirror.

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    Huh? As a Pats fan I can tell you we are well aware we didnt win. The final score was the clue that tipped us off. So good job Philly. We do tip ourvhat to you guys. Meanwhile we are on to next year where we know for a fact we will contend again. Whether or not we win remains to be seen, all we know is it will be a good team and an exciting season. Sort of like every year.

    As far as the dynasty being over? Yeah, we hear that every year too.

    Philly fans have every right to feel good about the victory, their team did a heck of a great job. But the next step is to learn to act like you have been there before. Even if you havent.

  41. Fan InDenial says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:24 pm

    as opposed to being on a team that consistently makes the playoffs?
    ———-
    …because NE plays in the AFC East, who hasn’t had a relevant QB since Brady has been in the NFL. Fixed it for ya!

  42. Poor skawh still upset the Pats beat your team I see. Go back & read Harrison’s hits comment regarding the AFC. You comment on EVERY Pats story , maybe you should read the comments too. That way you would know the Pats winning percentage outside the AFC east is similar to inside, despite playing a first place schedule every year.

  43. Except they’re not Brandon. Lucky season playing a last place schedule. Back into a pumpkin.

  44. When you play the Eagles again Mr. Cooks. Be sure to know where Mr. Jenkins is this time.

    tylawpick6. You’re a tool and face it..The Eagles are world champs and they beat the Pats with a team on the rise that got better..as TB12 loses weapons and we gain. Nothing but respect for Brady and I don’t think he’s a cheater..just think he won’t play in a Bowl again and this will be his last year

  45. After being shunned by Major League baseball, Manny Ramirez signed with a Japanese team.
    His quote at the introductory press conference…” I’ve always wanted to play in Japan”.

    Sure Brandin…Sure

  46. The Saints shipped you out of town and the Patriots shipped you off out of town. Not saying the Rams are not a good team, but two good teams dealt you two years in a row. My guess is you will be in Cleveland next year.

  47. So he compliments his old team yesterday, compliments his new team today. Yet people keep thinking that there was some sort of negative coming from him.

  48. skawh says:
    April 5, 2018 at 5:46 pm
    Fan InDenial says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:24 pm

    as opposed to being on a team that consistently makes the playoffs?
    ———-
    …because NE plays in the AFC East, who hasn’t had a relevant QB since Brady has been in the NFL. Fixed it for ya!
    ================
    Not just QB. Coach too.

    Since 2000:
    Bills and Dolphins have had 9 head coaches…. each!
    Jets have had 5 coaches
    Pats have had Belichick. That’s it.

    It’s not the Pats fault the Least is pathetic but it definitely is pathetic and the Pats definitely benefited. Worst division in any pro sport since the turn of the millennium.

  49. As a Pats fan it would have been nice to see Cooks and Julian Endelman together on the same field. It seemed like Cooks and Brady never really connected. It felt as if Cooks gave up too early on plays resulting in just out of reach plays, It sometimes seemed that he would get knocked down by the first hit and appeared to grow “alligator arms” at times. On the other hand he couldn’t help being productive what with Brady throwing to him.

  50. People keep slating the AFCE but don’t you think the Patriots would do the same in your own sorry divisions. It’s not they lose to everybody else when outside of it, and it’s not like they fail at the first playoff game. As for Cooks what else is he supposed to say, ” I feel this is an ordinary organisation that could do well because we have signed some good players but we will have to wait and see because that hardly ever works”
    Players come out with all sorts of BS, it’s the off-season people nobody cares.

  51. Braz says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:49 pm
    Fan InDenial says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:24 pm

    as opposed to being on a team that consistently makes the playoffs?

    ===================
    Not that hard to do in the AFC Least.

    ==================

    Too bad Brady’s winning pct is pretty equal both in and out of AFC East, this despite almost always playing a first place out of division schedule.. Explain that and your point has a chance.

  52. Starting to see why this guy was traded now. I’m an Eagles fan btw. Pats fans you got a 1st round pick out of a bad attitude, malcontent, spoiled brat on the last year of his contract. You did well in this trade.

  53. tylawspick6 says:
    April 5, 2018 at 3:23 pm
    tbisgod says:
    April 5, 2018 at 3:09 pm
    Good for him. Pats will remain competitive, BB always keep things interesting. Not a SB team though, clearly in a rebuilding year. free agents wary of NE with Brady and Bill’s unknown future, along with benching of Malcolm. 2-3 years, with a young QB, we’ll be back in contention to win it all.

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    Butler benched himself with a 103 passer rating against in 2017. I believe his teammates, not the anti-BB media.

    And, 2 fraud TDs for Philly helped them win that SB, not Butler not playing poorly on national tv.

    You people will be SORELY mistaken come next January. Sorely mistaken.

    Hold on, let me understand. Butler benched himself then literally cried and whined about it RIGHT after? I take back my last kind comment to you and your fans. And as a NE fan you should NEVER talk about lucky calls (especially when our’s weren’t even lucky). Tuck rule? You should never have even BEGUN your dynasty you salty dog.

  54. genericuser8888 says:
    April 6, 2018 at 3:58 am
    Neither Sean Payton nor Bill B. wanted to keep him around… something to think about.
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    I don’t know about the Saints, but the Pats would have probably been happy to keep him around, but not at $15 million per year. We have no evidence that his attitude or work ethic was a problem with the Pats. In fact, BB was complimentary (for him) regarding Cooks work ethic.

  55. Regarding the AFC north “cupcake” comment above… I would say the Pats would probably be a non playoff team in the AFC North a lot more often than they were in the AFC Least.

    Not only do the teams in the AFC North not fear the Pats like the pathetic AFC Least teams do but they despise them. And that will show on the field. Every game in the North is a war. Most physical division in football. The Pats are not built to play that kind of game. They would wear the Pats down and make it very difficult to stay healthy for a deep playoff run. Why do you think Roethlisberger is hurt a lot? Brady would have no chance playing that division 6 times every single year.

    It is indisputable and undeniable that Brady and the Pats have benefited from facing the pathetic AFC Least for all these years.

  56. Butler benched himself with a 103 passer rating against in 2017. I believe his teammates, not the anti-BB media.

    And, 2 fraud TDs for Philly helped them win that SB, not Butler not playing poorly on national tv.

    You people will be SORELY mistaken come next January. Sorely mistaken.

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    Brady’s ordinary first half plus taking an avoidable game losing strip sack did the Pats in just as much as their defense did. Pats blow the Eagles out imo if Brady played great the whole game rather than just 28 minutes of the second half.

    I completely agree about Butler though. One (admittedly very clutch) INT doesn’t change the fact he really ain’t all that as a corner. Never was. There’s a good reason why he was not drafted. That’s what happens when you lack NFL level talent compared to the big names and stars.

  57. Braz says:
    April 5, 2018 at 11:07 pm
    skawh says:
    April 5, 2018 at 5:46 pm
    Fan InDenial says:
    April 5, 2018 at 2:24 pm

    as opposed to being on a team that consistently makes the playoffs?
    ———-
    …because NE plays in the AFC East, who hasn’t had a relevant QB since Brady has been in the NFL. Fixed it for ya!
    ================
    Not just QB. Coach too.

    Since 2000:
    Bills and Dolphins have had 9 head coaches…. each!
    Jets have had 5 coaches
    Pats have had Belichick. That’s it.

    It’s not the Pats fault the Least is pathetic but it definitely is pathetic and the Pats definitely benefited. Worst division in any pro sport since the turn of the millennium.

    ——————————-
    The AFC East has the third best record of any division in football. This includes games in and outside the division.

    If I had to pick the division to put my team into to get easy matchups within it I would take the AFC North any day. Show me anywhere that the ride is easier.

  58. Every game in the North is a war. Most physical division in football.

    ——

    that’s only because it is the dirtiest division in football. has been for a long time. everyone knows it.

  59. “Every game in the North is a war. Most physical division in football.”

    Lol yeah right. Funny that Brady-Belichick have something on the order of an .820 winning percentage against “the most physical division in football”. In fact its the division they have their best winning % against.

    Powderpuff division is more like it.

  60. “An organization on the rise” as opposed to the sinking ship which he just abandoned.

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