Tom Brady expects “emotional environment” in Jacksonville

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The Patriots and the Jaguars were the last two teams standing in the AFC last season and the Patriots advanced to the Super Bowl with a fourth quarter comeback on their home field.

The two teams are going to face off again in Jacksonville this Sunday with a little bit less at stake than the last time around.  Patriots quarterback Tom Brady still expects both sides to be amped up for the contest.

“It’s going to be an emotional environment,” Brady said, via a transcript of his press conference. “I think everyone, whenever you play some of the best teams, you want to see where you’re measured up to, and that defense has been ranked very high all last year, and I could see why. We practiced against them. They were very good. They’ve got a lot of very talented players — some of the guys that are probably the best at their position. So, it’s going to be a great environment for football — 4:30 game, so everyone’s going to be watching. It should be a really great game for us to go out and see what we’re made of.”

One piece of the emotional landscape is cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who discussed both Brady and tight end Rob Gronkowski in recent interviews. He said Brady doesn’t suck, which the quarterback said he appreciates, but was less kind about Gronkowski and Brady was asked how trash talk can impact a game.

Brady said he thinks “it raises everybody’s game as long as it doesn’t get to the point where you do something stupid” because emotion is “critical” in football. That didn’t lead him to engage in any trash talk of his own as he called Ramsey a great player and it would be a surprise to see anyone with the Patriots throw down the gauntlet before everything cuts loose on Sunday.

101 responses to “Tom Brady expects “emotional environment” in Jacksonville

  1. The refs handed the PEDtriots that playoff game. Ramsey will have lots to say after the PEDtriots get beaten and the Jets take over the AFCLeast.

  2. I expect Jacksonville getting hit with a bunch of BOGUS offensive holding penalties, defensive holding penalties, and defensive pass interference penalties while playing new england.

  3. No, the Pats generally throw down the gauntlet on game day. Often they succeed, there are days when the opponent is better.

    May the best team on Sunday win, that is always the case.

  4. The whiners and excuse makers are already hard at work to explain why Jacksonville could lose.

    What a sad and pathetic way to go through life.

  5. Lol. Hilarious to see all the Patriots hater claiming they need the refs to win. I don’t understand why they get so much respect from all the analysts if they can’t win without cheating or help from the refs. Football has the most immature fans in sports. Now stick your tongues out and put your fingers in your ears and wiggle your hands. Grown men acting like 12 year olds. Unbelievable.

  6. “…the Pats generally throw down the gauntlet on game day”
    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

    TRANSLATION: The majority of new england patriots victories
    can be attributed to a few well placed BOGUS pro-brady penalties

  7. whywerule says:
    September 12, 2018 at 5:13 pm
    No, the Pats generally throw down the gauntlet on game day. Often they succeed, there are days when the opponent is better.

    May the best team on Sunday win, that is always the case.

    Don’t know if it is always the case, but I love the comment. I am just rooting for a great game, which is, btw, always the case.

  8. I’m a huge Jag fan.

    Emotions are neat. But unless we can piece together some form of MODERATE passing attack, this one won’t be as close as we think.

    New England will score points, and there is only so much our team can handle without needing the QB to make some plays with the arm.

  9. @
    whywerule says:
    September 12, 2018 at 5:13 pm

    No, the Pats generally throw down the gauntlet on game day. Often they succeed, there are days when the opponent is better.

    May the best team on Sunday win, that is always the case.
    _____________________________________________________________________________
    Generally, like the last 15-20 years? What about before that? Yeah, we all know what a bandwagon looks like. We also know the train will be coming into the station sooner than later.

  10. “So, it’s going to be a great environment for football — 4:30 game, so everyone’s going to be watching.”
    ===================================================

    Not everyone is going to watch the team who sat for the Star Spangled Banner and stood for God Save The Queen. I’m not.

  11. The Patriots get everybody’s best shot. It will be Jacksonville’s most-watched game of the year, which you will be able to say for a lot of New England’s opponents.

    In fact, one of the amazing thing about this 17-year run (and going) is the high level of performance by New England, with a bulls eye consistently on their back.

  12. I wish I could have more faith in Bortles. But if week one says anything, he hasn’t improved a lot. A lackluster offense is going to kill the Jags in this game, and throughout the season. If they could’ve landed one of the big name free agent qbs, they’d be a stellar team all around.

  13. As someone who openly rooted for the Jags last year (and prior ones) aside from when they faced my team, I know they and their fans have a lot to be proud of. I also counsel against adopting the bitter cyncism of the resident fans of perennial Patriots doormat teams, since that always becomes self fulfilling.

  14. JustBlameTrumpOrRussia says:
    September 12, 2018 at 5:07 pm
    The refs handed the PEDtriots that playoff game. Ramsey will have lots to say after the PEDtriots get beaten and the Jets take over the AFCLeast.

    ——————–

    Blake Bortles. That is all.

  15. doctorrustbelt says:
    September 12, 2018 at 5:18 pm
    “…the Pats generally throw down the gauntlet on game day”
    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    TRANSLATION: The majority of new england patriots victories
    can be attributed to a few well placed BOGUS pro-brady penalties

    ———–

    No… they cant. That’s tinfoil hat stuff.

  16. Like the Steelers (who the Jags beat TWICE in Pittsburgh last year), what’s going to be the excuse as to what’s wrong with NE? When will people see what’s RIGHT with Jag Nation?

  17. ayokel21 says:
    September 12, 2018 at 5:24 pm
    I hope they go after Ramsey all night.

    ——————

    That would be silly. I hope the Patriots win, but that’s not a winning strategy. For all his bluster, Ramsey deserves respect. I actually hope they occupy Ramsey with Patterson/Dorsett deep routes and never throw at him once. Gronk all day long.

  18. @gotitan

    No, like the last 50+ years. That Pats have had some bad years for sure, and that is okay, it is just a game after all. And the Pats have been in 10 Super Bowls, and competed in 9 of those games. Frankly, good times, even under Rod Rust.

  19. softhelmet says:
    September 12, 2018 at 5:21 pm
    Does Tommy boy think everyone will get emotional just because he’s in town?

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    Well if you read the comments here it would appear they did.

  20. Tom is being kind. The Jags will get a beat-down that will remind them they are, well, the Jags. Just like last year’s AFC championship game, the best team will win. I’ll be back here Monday! :o)

  21. No offense Pats fans, but I can not wait for the day your team is like any other. Capable of losing every week, questionable coaching decisions each week, a team that’s not always prepared. One of these years you’ll be brought back down to realville like every other team. You’ve been spoiled and you know it.

  22. Generally, like the last 15-20 years? What about before that? Yeah, we all know what a bandwagon looks like. We also know the train will be coming into the station sooner than later.

    Except they have sold out every game since 1994

    And of course they have a lot have fans now it’s totally normal
    Does golden state have more fans now? Yes
    Do the Seahawks have more fans obey? Yes

    If your Titian’s won 3 SB would they have more fans? Yes

  23. Bill Bixby says:
    September 12, 2018 at 6:08 pm
    No offense Pats fans, but I can not wait for the day your team is like any other. Capable of losing every week, questionable coaching decisions each week, a team that’s not always prepared. One of these years you’ll be brought back down to realville like every other team. You’ve been spoiled and you know it.

    ———————-
    Your point being?

  24. @Bill Bixby

    There is not a true Pats fan on this planet who does not admit we have been spoiled.

    And being spoiled rocks!!!

    When it ends in 200 to 300 years so be it. One helluva run. 😄

  25. dadsource says:
    September 12, 2018 at 5:50 pm
    Like the Steelers (who the Jags beat TWICE in Pittsburgh last year), what’s going to be the excuse as to what’s wrong with NE? When will people see what’s RIGHT with Jag Nation?

    ———————-
    The Steelers lost those games because they went into them already assuming the win. Much like you are doing here.

  26. softhelmet says:
    September 12, 2018 at 5:21 pm

    Does Tommy boy think everyone will get emotional just because he’s in town?
    ———————

    Going by the comments, everyone is already emotional, and it’s only Wednesday.

  27. Jags 21 Pats 7-Jags killer D destroys the Pats O. Brady goes into concussion protocol and Gronk gets ejected for throwing a tantrum from getting beasted on by Church and Ramsey. And #44 Myles Jack wasn’t down!

  28. Did you say Patriots gauntlet? They play in AFC East. Name a weaker division in football?

    Now think bigger picture and look at the conferences. The NFC teams have to kill each other to get a spot. AFC win 9 games and you’re in

  29. I think their mad because the refs early whistle cost them the game and a trip to the Super Bowl. Had they gone, they’d probably have won and be the World Champs right now. Its not whining; its the truth.

  30. I HATE the Patriots and the refs DO bend over backward to call Pass interference plays to help Brady and Gronk etc.

    Belichick alleged greatest LOST the SUPER BOWL to a ROOKIE HEAD COACH and a BACKUP QB.

    Pasties 24-14.

  31. gotitan says:
    September 12, 2018 at 5:24 pm
    @
    whywerule says:
    September 12, 2018 at 5:13 pm

    No, the Pats generally throw down the gauntlet on game day. Often they succeed, there are days when the opponent is better.

    May the best team on Sunday win, that is always the case.
    _____________________________________________________________________________
    Generally, like the last 15-20 years? What about before that? Yeah, we all know what a bandwagon looks like. We also know the train will be coming into the station sooner than later.

    __________________________________

    You do realize how foolish your statement sounds……

    20 Years ago there was no internet or social media.

    Prior to Brady Patriots already went to 2 Super Bowls.

    There are no Bandwagon fans.

    Prior to Brady the Patriots had 14 winning seasons out of 30 years. I would say pretty typical for most franchises without a dynasty

    Also you do realize that Brady is still playing at a high level.

    You should wait another 3 years before claiming the Brady Demise.

  32. terripet says:
    September 12, 2018 at 6:54 pm
    Jacksonville got robbed last year when the refs blew the whistle toooo soon on the Lewis fumble should of been a jaguars Td
    ——————
    60 minute game.

  33. harrisonhits2 says:
    September 12, 2018 at 5:15 pm
    The whiners and excuse makers are already hard at work to explain why Jacksonville could lose.

    What a sad and pathetic way to go through life.

    69 24 Rate This

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    What do you expect? They’re 5th place trophy crybaby millennials.

  34. terripet says:
    September 12, 2018 at 6:54 pm
    Jacksonville got robbed last year when the refs blew the whistle toooo soon on the Lewis fumble should of been a jaguars Td

    4 15 Rate This

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    would have been great if it was actually a fumble

    you don’t seem to get just who does the cheating

    it happens out of 345 park ave

  35. The Pats will have to work extra hard. I don’t even know the players. Their roster is dangerously thin. I don’t think the plug ins can adjust that fast to the Pats plays and methods. We’ll see.

  36. Bill Bixby says:
    September 12, 2018 at 6:08 pm
    No offense Pats fans, but I can not wait for the day your team is like any other. Capable of losing every week, questionable coaching decisions each week, a team that’s not always prepared. One of these years you’ll be brought back down to realville like every other team. You’ve been spoiled and you know it.

    —————-

    Yes, we’ve been spoiled. Who could deny it. Being spoiled is pretty great.

  37. jagsfan1 says:
    September 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm
    I HATE the Patriots and the refs DO bend over backward to call Pass interference plays to help Brady and Gronk etc.

    Belichick alleged greatest LOST the SUPER BOWL to a ROOKIE HEAD COACH and a BACKUP QB.

    Pasties 24-14.

    —————

    I like that score.

    The Patriots lost two other Super Bowls also. They also lost 4 AFC Championships. Can’t win them if you don’t get there. To be great you have to have legit competition and Brady certainly has.

  38. thebirdofprey says:
    September 12, 2018 at 6:48 pm
    Did you say Patriots gauntlet? They play in AFC East. Name a weaker division in football?

    Now think bigger picture and look at the conferences. The NFC teams have to kill each other to get a spot. AFC win 9 games and you’re in

    —————-

    Brady record vs NFC since 2001: 54-14 (0.794)
    Brady record vs AFC East since 2001: 81-23 (0.779)

  39. jagsfan1 says:
    September 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm
    I HATE the Patriots and the refs DO bend over backward to call Pass interference plays to help Brady and Gronk etc.

    Belichick alleged greatest LOST the SUPER BOWL to a ROOKIE HEAD COACH and a BACKUP QB.

    Pasties 24-14.
    ———-
    Football games are hard to win. I heard they just hand the Lombardy trophy to random teams each year too. My goodness. If the Patriots even lose a game, even the SB, the end is near, the sky is falling, and brady is the hill.

    Only 1 of 32 teams win the SB, you do realize that right? 31 losers.

    You still have Bortles, Mark Brunelle ain’t walking through that door man (in case you’re wondering, he’s still crying on national TV, literally crying about ball psi. Now that was cute).

  40. YourTeamGolfsInJanuary says:
    September 12, 2018 at 7:55 pm

    Let’s talk about getting screwed by the refs and look at the 76 Divisional round against the Raiders. Sugar Bear called for a phantom roughing the passer allowing sons of Al to keep ball and get win.
    ————————-
    I remember that game, one of the worst and most costly calls ever. Pats beat the Raiders 48-17 earlier in the season.

  41. Should be a great game….. the Pats D is really going to have to play well….Pats are pretty thin at WR & RB….Many of the guys on offense are new…..I hope Rex clears concussion protocol, he’d be a HUGE LOSS….
    Really like to see Sony play but I feel it’s WAY MORE IMPORTANT to rest him till he 100% good to go, gotta thing long term big picture here!!!
    GO PATS!!!!

  42. “Belichick alleged greatest LOST the SUPER BOWL to a ROOKIE HEAD COACH and a BACKUP QB.”

    Pederson has shown he’s one of the better coaches, but lets just stop with the backup QB nonsense. In the not that distant past Foles was a pro bowl starter who had 28 TDs and only 2 INTs that season. He may have been a “backup” last season but he probably could have started on at least a half dozen other teams, and was certainly one of the best couple backups in the league with extensive starting experience.

    So lets stop acting like Foles was some terrible no name backup like you people make the situation out to have been.

  43. terripet says:
    September 12, 2018 at 5:40 pm
    Brady in for a long day

    /-/

    There it is—the terripet “special” — it’s officially been blessed.

    Pats win and cover.

  44. Jaguars 27
    Patriots 20

    The Cheatatriots will loose this one as the hometown New England refs won’t be there to bail them out in this one … Jags and Ramsey get there most needed revenge and statement game as the new king on the block in the AFC … Book it Baby !!!

  45. Brady fumbled away his last chance to win a superbowl. Even with the refs Roger on their side, they lost the superbowl. What an embarrassing way to end a long, very controversial career marred by cheating, scandals and “The Final Fumble”

  46. Ramsey talks while the rest of the D works
    Jacksonville has a great D and an OK CB
    He was going to stop Odell 11 catches for 111 yards
    That is not stopping anyone

  47. bullcharger says:
    September 12, 2018 at 8:01 pm
    thebirdofprey says:
    September 12, 2018 at 6:48 pm
    Did you say Patriots gauntlet? They play in AFC East. Name a weaker division in football?

    Now think bigger picture and look at the conferences. The NFC teams have to kill each other to get a spot. AFC win 9 games and you’re in

    —————-

    Brady record vs NFC since 2001: 54-14 (0.794)
    Brady record vs AFC East since 2001: 81-23 (0.779)

    —————-
    I guess that debunks that argument

  48. “Joe never lost a Super Bowl “?? Seriously, that’s because he lost before he could get to one!!
    What exactly is a cheating cover up?? You mean when footballs naturally lost pressure due to weather? Did you miss the NFL admission in Federal Court saying that they had no evidence too?? Seems like you missed Wells saying he didn’t need Toms phone as well. SMH !

  49. Pats haters are showing their internal frustration here because they know either Pats got screwed on the Dion Lewis play last year ( Lewis was down by contact) or the Pats should have a perfect record banner hanging in Gillette. If Tyree can pin it to his helmet and Baldwin can pin it to his leg then Lewis indisputably can pin it to his hip.

  50. JustBlameTrumpOrRussia says:
    September 12, 2018 at 9:43 pm
    Brady fumbled away his last chance to win a superbowl. Even with the refs Roger on their side, they lost the superbowl. What an embarrassing way to end a long, very controversial career marred by cheating, scandals and “The Final Fumble”
    ——————————————————————————-
    There she is….. the funniest anti Patriot poster on the web….I just love the laughs you bring us all with your warped perspectives……I’ve been a life long Patriots fan from the Grogan to Morgan days & wish I was as obsessed with them as you are!!! I’m just a bit curious to know What’ its like to care more about a team you can’t stand than the team you WISH WAS GOOD AS THE PATRIOTS…..I have a blast watching my favorite team year after year….it puts a smile on my face knowing how much that must just tick you off!!! GO PATS!!!!
    DILLY DILLY!!!

  51. yodaddycrapper says:
    September 12, 2018 at 9:38 pm
    Jaguars 27
    Patriots 20

    The Cheatatriots will loose this one as the hometown New England refs won’t be there to bail them out in this one … Jags and Ramsey get there most needed revenge and statement game as the new king on the block in the AFC … Book it Baby !!!

    ——————-
    Actually I am providing the refs for this weekend. I had them over here earlier. We had a big barbecue, drank some beers, smoked cigars and I told them what I wanted. They are flying on down there tomorrow.

  52. mlhigh says:
    September 12, 2018 at 10:25 pm
    Joe is the GOAT. He never lost a SB and was never suspended for cheating coverup.

    ————

    How many times do people need to explain that losing before the Super Bowl is worse than losing in the Super Bowl. Joe was only good enough to make 4 Super Bowls and 7 Championship games and lost before that every other season. Joe played in an era when the NFC won 14 of 15 Super Bowls. They weren’t the only ones to dominate the AFC at that time. Brady hasn’t had a tomato can game with the exception of maybe the 2004 season against Philly.

    The cheating thing is what it is… It’s sad that he was suspended for something so stupid. The rules dictated that should be a small fine and they came down hard with 0 evidence.

    In Montana’s era they did that too, but nobody cared. In 2002 Brad Johnson said he payed a ball boy $7000 to mess with all 100 balls before the Super Bowl so they would be how he liked them. He won the game. Nobody cares.

  53. raymondmac says:
    September 12, 2018 at 10:28 pm
    NE fan. I hope Burkhead doesn’t play this week.
    Give him the needed time.
    CTE is absolutely no joking matter.

    —————–

    How long he is out isn’t up to him. It’s up the neurologist.

  54. yodaddycrapper says:
    September 12, 2018 at 9:38 pm
    Jaguars 27
    Patriots 20
    The Cheatatriots will loose this one as the hometown New England refs won’t be there to bail them out in this one … Jags and Ramsey get there most needed revenge and statement game as the new king on the block in the AFC … Book it Baby !!!

    ————–

    No matter how it ends you can’t have a statement game in Week 1 and 2. Ask KC how that went last year.

    It’s all about what happens after Thanksgiving. This game will be a nice win for who ever gets it and it may be a tie breaker but anything can happen in a long NFL season. The reality is that this would be one of the losable games on both teams schedule and it won’t kill either’s chance to win the Super Bowl if they lose.

  55. JustBlameTrumpOrRussia says:
    September 12, 2018 at 5:07 pm
    The refs handed the PEDtriots that playoff game. Ramsey will have lots to say after the PEDtriots get beaten and the Jets take over the AFCLeast.

    And they made up for it in the Super Bowl handing Philly a couple freebies. Hey, you brought it up.

  56. “As someone who openly rooted for the Jags last year (and prior ones) aside from when they faced my team, I know they and their fans have a lot to be proud of. I also counsel against adopting the bitter cynicism of the resident fans of perennial Patriots doormat teams, since that always becomes self fulfilling.”

    LOL! Most of the haters can’t even comprehend this.

  57. I’m just here for all the comments by the haters of the GOAT especially that goofball JustBlame. It will be a sad day in the life of the GOAT haters when he retires for they will have no purpose in after he is gone !

  58. The Truth says:
    September 12, 2018 at 7:22 pm
    @flash1287

    Post an article about NE and you seem to be one of the first that comes running

    Yeah , how SHOCKING it is for a Patriots fan to comment on an article about the Patriots .

    #moron

  59. mlhigh says:
    September 12, 2018 at 10:25 pm
    Joe is the GOAT. He never lost a SB and was never suspended for cheating coverup.

    ———
    No Joe lost before he even made it to the SB most of the time….

    And Joe’s favorite WR already admitted to cheating every season after his rookie year.

  60. New England will lose to the jags and steelers this year.
    _________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    I’d be more worried about beating Cleveland than what the NE is going to do this year.

  61. Yes Tommy will throw a temper tantrum if things don’t go his way. Of course the Patriots homers will label it as him being competitive while Cam Newton does the same thing….they call him a whiner.

  62. superpatriotsfan says:
    September 13, 2018 at 9:06 am
    Yes Tommy will throw a temper tantrum if things don’t go his way. Of course the Patriots homers will label it as him being competitive while Cam Newton does the same thing….they call him a whiner.

    ————-

    Tom goes after his own fumbles….. Cam flees them like they are an angry hornet’s nest

  63. wheywheyprotein says:
    September 13, 2018 at 12:24 am
    if Jacksonville ever beats the Patriots, I’ll eat my shoe
    ————————————————————

    Jax did beat the Pats in a playoff game years ago, although I assume you meant “ever again.”

    The Pats and their fan base know how tough Jax was in the AFC championship game last season. A Jax win would not be a shocker at all.

  64. blessedunliketherest says:
    September 13, 2018 at 8:43 am
    New England will lose to the jags and steelers this year.
    _________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    I’d be more worried about beating Cleveland than what the NE is going to do this year.

    —-

    Exactly.

    Brady is undefeated vs. the Jaguars in his career, and famously destroys your Steelers, going 11-2 against them with a 115.1 overall passer rating.

    It’s nice to wish things though, isn’t it?

    Hope you’re not a betting man…

  65. “Yes Tommy will throw a temper tantrum if things don’t go his way”

    What like the one you’re throwing in this thread about mean ol’ Tom?

    Lolz

  66. Lockport Lax says:
    September 12, 2018 at 7:43 pm
    I wonder what Ramsey thinks of the real GOAT, AAron Rodgers?

    ————–

    I would think the “GOAT” could muster more SB appearances than Trent Dilfer or Doug Williams. Nope sorry…..Rodgers is only the 3rd best QB to ever play for the Packers…..let alone the entire NFL.

  67. “as the hometown New England refs won’t be there to bail them out in this one ”

    You realize this isn’t the 1950s any more and there is no such thing as “hometown refs” right? That the league has however many teams of refs and flies them to whatever game they’re assigned to any given week? And that every team sees most of the refs once a year right?

  68. thebirdofprey says:
    September 12, 2018 at 6:48 pm
    Did you say Patriots gauntlet? They play in AFC East. Name a weaker division in football?

    Now think bigger picture and look at the conferences. The NFC teams have to kill each other to get a spot. AFC win 9 games and you’re in
    _______________________________________________

    Just so we are clear. The AFC East was the toughest division in football the year the Pats won their first Super Bowl, this is a fact look it up. Since the Patriots have had their run, the rest of the AFC East has tried to dethrone them. This is why the AFC East has “sucked” for the past 15 years. Which is not really the truth either if you actually look at the stats. Nevertheless, the Jets, Bills and Dolphins have gone through tens of coaches and QBs in an effort the beat the Pats and have failed at every turn. The Pats are the direct reason the AFC East is considered weak, they are not a result of it. Their overall record against the other teams in the league proves this. So keep on saying what you say, the Patriots will keep on doing what they do… win.

  69. thebirdofprey says:
    September 12, 2018 at 6:48 pm
    Did you say Patriots gauntlet? They play in AFC East. Name a weaker division in football?

    _______________________________________________

    And by the way… here’s your weaker divisions.

    Jacksonville’s AFC South 2017. Two teams with 4-12 records

    AFC West. Bottom 3 teams had the same records as the AFC East bottom 3 teams with the 1st team having 3 less wins than the Patriots

    AFC North… well you get The Browns twice a season and the Bengals still could get 8 wins and Baltimore was 1 game over .500.

    NFC East – Win percentage is lower

    That’s 4 divisions big guy.

  70. mlhigh says:
    September 12, 2018 at 10:25 pm
    Joe is the GOAT. He never lost a SB and was never suspended for cheating coverup.

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

    So no problem with the admitted stickum, silicon spray and PED use by the 80’s 49ers? Interesting.

  71. thebirdofprey says:
    September 12, 2018 at 6:48 pm
    Did you say Patriots gauntlet? They play in AFC East. Name a weaker division in football?

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

    First place out of division schedule almost every year of Brady era. Only NFL team of the era with a winning record against playoff teams.

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