Jared Goff: “It kills, it hurts”

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Rams quarterback Jared Goff acknowledged his lousy performance in Super Bowl LIII, putting the blame on himself in the postgame locker room.

Goff said it pains him to see the way he played in a game when his teammates were counting on him to lift them up.

“It kills. It hurts,” Goff said.

Goff said the defense played well enough against Tom Brady and the Patriots for the Rams to win.

“It hurts me knowing how well our defense played, against that team, against Tom, and us not holding up our end of the bargain. It’s our job to score points and we didn’t do that tonight,” Goff said.

After a season in which Goff emerged as one of the league’s bright young stars, his huge disappointment in the Super Bowl will lead to a long offseason of questions about whether the Rams can count on him to win big games in the future.

119 responses to “Jared Goff: “It kills, it hurts”

  1. Goff was a victim of what might be the best Patriots defensive performance in a Super Bowl, and I’m counting 01 since the rules are MUCH more in favor of offense.

    He will learn from this.

  2. This team will implode by the end of next year.
    Whitworth is retiring.
    Talib, Peters, Suh, Fowler are bad guys, front runners.

  3. Jared Goff got exposed for who he really is today, Guy wouldn’t be anything without a monster Defense, Top Oline, and best RB in the game..

    Put him on the Jets and he’d be out the league in 2 years max.

  4. vancouversportsbro says:
    Cam Newton is probably smiling. No one will remember his poor super bowl performance now that Goff has stolen the limelight.
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    Goffs performance was terrible, but he didnt have a play that was as bad as Cam’s not trying to pick up his fumble.

  5. It was a top defensive game guys! Old school! With the GOAT QB still squeezing 260yds but Goff couldn’t match because Goff can’t read and react at the line like Brady. That’s all. I hate it when there’s a low scoring defensive master-battle and most folks talk about a QB sucking.

  6. All I’ll say is i will forever curse and hate on Kansas city Dee Ford for having his hand a few inches in the neutral zone which negated the game-ending Interception of Brady. A play mind you where players did say is rarely call and if anything at worst you get a warning.If the refs don’t call that play no one cares since that play looks like any other snap. It just look like the NFL had the teams Preordain for the Superbowl, The Boston market along with the Los Angeles market.

  7. Damn Kroenke had a bad day today all around lol. All his teams took an L, did the Nuggets and his his ice hickey team play today? Asking a friend.

  8. Sweet Insanity says:
    February 3, 2019 at 11:23 pm
    All I’ll say is i will forever curse and hate on Kansas city Dee Ford for having his hand a few inches in the neutral zone which negated the game-ending Interception of Brady….It just look like the NFL had the teams Preordain for the Superbowl, The Boston market along with the Los Angeles market.
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    The refs let Chiefs’ D hold all day long that game, and let Kelce push off all day too. Even on the one phantom facemask on Brady they ignored Edelman being held big time. As to Saints, I feel for them (as I wanted a Brady-Brees final) but there were fouls by the Saints that weren’t called either.

  9. The more experienced QB, coach, and team won. Shocker. Jared Goff is a promising young QB and I don’t think he should hang his head too much over this. If he stays focused on improving himself as a qb he’ll have plenty of chances to make it back to the big game.

  10. Horrible performance and his coaches did him no favor with horrible play calling. The moment was too big for Goff and McVay.

  11. One wonders how much longer it’s going to take before folks understand that the most important — crucially important — aspect of the NFL is CONSISTENCY. Long term consistency. For some weird reason, many people are forever looking to the latest fad to win the day, when, in point of fact, roster and coaching consistency over time is what wins. The Patriots have now proven this beyond a shadow of doubt. Maybe some of these impatient owners will sit back now and let the coaches and players develop around a sound football philosophy and work their system year in and year out, refining it along the way and developing the players. Anything else produces chaos and a legacy of losing. Just ask the next Browns fan you happen to see. The good news for Cleveland fans is that at long last the Browns have a front office and coaching staff very capable of building a long-term, consistent winner. At least we must hope that the trigger happy owner (Jimmy Haslam) has finally learned that lesson.

  12. Look, after the Patriots took a beating for giving up 41 to Nick Foles last year, they were gunning for it this year. Pitching a 1st half shutout in Arrowhead against the league MVP should have been an omen for the Rams.

  13. One of the massive advantages this Patriots team has over others is that people will make excuses for the team that loses to New England. “Oh that’s a great team over there, they do that to a lot of teams.”

    So you’re not really preparing like it’s THAT big of a deal to lose. It showed tonight with the Rams.

  14. One Name: Nick Foles!!! We were rooting for you you Geoff!! We hate the PATS!!You should say WTF Coach!! but again look at the Bears game. You guys suck as well in that game. Saint should have played the Cheaters! They suck and you could not have capitalized. One of the worst SB ever. Glad we didnt pay 5,000 to watch this. My kid Pee Wee game was better!!!

  15. last year we got to the playoffs for the first time in 13 but went 1 and out. this year we won in the playoffs twice and then lost to the best HC/QB combo in the Superbowl era.

    I`m proud of the growth,we just got to the Superbowl before we were ready for it on O.
    remember the Gibbs era with the Redskins..got to the SB early into their time together,beaten by a more experienced team.beaten when they weren`t yet ready for it.regrouped,learnt from the experience and went onto win 3 with them.we were too young and green on O for it now but we`ll learn.now the Redskins back then had to compete with some of the all time great teams just to get into the Superbowl,in the era when whoever won the NFC won the superbowl. we don`t see that level of competition in the NFC now. Eagles are our bogey team but alot of key players either getting old or due to leave.

  16. That was no some masterful defense of game. Goff showed his reliance on the play action. Sure there were some well timed defense calls and Rams made a big play here and there but there was nothing spectacular.

    Broncos versus Panthers that game had great defensive plays. Seahawks Broncos I can list off 6 of 7 wow defense of plays.

    This was a snoozefest until almost halfway through the 4th quarter. Goff looks like the definition of a system QB.

  17. Yes it stings, but at least the refs didn’t refuse to call a blatant penalty on a potential game winning drive. Now that would have stung.

  18. I wouldn’t say it was a bad game, just underwhelming because we all expect NFL post season games to end 38 – 35 in today’s NFL. There was some really good defense being played lets acknowledge that, but the Rams offense overall looked average.

  19. It’s incredible how the Patriots managed to beat teams with superior talent. Obviously their coaching is in a category alone. Sorry Eagle’s fans, you won the Big One last year but that was a fluke. NE should be on title 7 now….heck, they should be on #8 at least. Goff needs to learn how to call a game and not rely on being told what to do on the field. Not being able to audible or go through progressions is a killer.

  20. Alright cam newton sucked but his team got 10 points I think 7 in 1st half against a more ferocious D with Von Miller, Aquib tali’s, Demarcus Ware, that was equally ferocious than Your rams have – what about boy wonder McVey and Goff 3 points, while punting in 4th down and 2 ,

    At least cam had the same excuse of poor receivers receiving head shots, beyond the whistle shoves like the rams constantly gave today to Edelman, gronk, Hogan etc

  21. campcouch says:
    February 3, 2019 at 11:46 pm

    Sorry Eagle’s fans, you won the Big One last year but that was a fluke. NE should be on title 7 now….heck, they should be on #8 at least.
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    Patriots have had some bad luck, and some good luck in SBs. I think they could have beat the Giants the first time, but they also could have easily lost to Atlanta or Seattle. On balance 6 outta 9 is about what they’ve earned.

  22. walllamp947460497 says:
    February 3, 2019 at 11:33 pm
    Goff needed only a Mark Sanchez buttfumble and a cam Newton non recovery to rank as the worst QB of all time.

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    Rothlesberger 9-21 123 YDS 0 TDS 2 INTS and he won. Hands down worst performance for a qb in the superbowl

  23. Saints fans would have flooded that town with money and charm….and spice and good humor. Instead, they got 543 Rams ‘fans’.

    Biggest loser in the intentional no call:

    – The city of Atlanta.

  24. SO WAS JEFF FISHER RIGHT ALL ALONG ABOUT JARED GOFF? was his rookie year what his career will be not wining the really big games and getting rattled easy ?

  25. The college football championship game was played in southern California. What a thrill. Rams artificially made it to the super bowl….what a thrill.

    Atlanta hosts it’s first super bowl.

    Trying to keep up with big bro Nola.

    Sorry Atlanta….this was kinda like 28-3 all over again

  26. As a Pats fan much respect for the Rams, they played a great game and it was a game of inches. It had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. Goff hasn’t proven he is the guy, and he hasn’t proven he isn’t the guy, though evidence seems to indicate he is the latter. He was what I hoped he was; getting hit in the face and not being the QB from earlier in the year.

  27. Fight went out of the Rams when Brady made that beautiful throw to Gronk followed by the TD run. This was actually the least stressful SB ending I’ve had with the Pats. The Rams were not meant to be champions and deep inside they always knew it. Saints/Pats would have been amazing and I hope we get it next year.

  28. Right now Goff is unable to process a defense quickly. He may eventually be able to do so but until that time he needs a very productive running game. That is the difference between good and great QB’s. He’s very young and has a good offensive mind for a coach so he just may get there.

  29. Not a Patriots fan at all, but I was glad to see the Rams lose. That Saints game no call was one of the worst I’ve ever seen. I had a feeling that would take some of the swagger and confidence from the Rams, knowing a lot of people didn’t think they belonged there.

  30. walllamp947460497 says:

    February 3, 2019 at 11:33 pm

    Goff needed only a Mark Sanchez buttfumble and a cam Newton non recovery to rank as the worst QB of all time.
    ____________________________________________________________________
    Eh, you need to go back and watch HALL OF FAMER Fran Tarkenton against the Steelers. As bad as Goff and the Rams were tonight, that was more pathetic. Goff had twice as many passing yds as Tarkenton did.

  31. Sweet Insanity says:
    February 3, 2019 at 11:23 pm
    All I’ll say is i will forever curse and hate on Kansas city Dee Ford for having his hand a few inches in the neutral zone which negated the game-ending Interception of Brady. A play mind you where players did say is rarely call and if anything at worst you get a warning.If the refs don’t call that play no one cares since that play looks like any other snap. It just look like the NFL had the teams Preordain for the Superbowl, The Boston market along with the Los Angeles market.
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    Ford wasn’t lined up in the neutral zone he was lined up offsides. Early in the game they might tell a player he’s lining up too close to the neutral zone but in the 4th quarter on a possible game tying drive in the AFCCG they will call that penalty every time. I haven’t heard anyone except for Andy “I Can’t Win The Big One” Reid say they rarely call that a penalty. Matter of fact I know they call that penalty b/c they do so almost every game thats played in the NFL. And the Pats would care b/c a penalty wasn’t called when one should have been. It’s a rule and Ford broke it.

  32. Goff looked bad and McVay looked unprepared. The first few play calls should have been simple plays to get Goff warmed up instead Goff is running play-action bootlegs. I don’t remember seeing the rams call any screen passes to the back possibly the whole game. Rams play calling looked very boring and uncreative. When receivers did get separation Goff missed them.

  33. Saints fans would have flooded that town with money and charm….and spice and good humor
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    Trust me when I say no one in Atlanta would agree with you. What you call charm we call annoying.

  34. campcouch says:
    February 3, 2019 at 11:46 pm

    It’s incredible how the Patriots managed to beat teams with superior talent. Obviously their coaching is in a category alone. Sorry Eagle’s fans, you won the Big One last year but that was a fluke…
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

    Ha Ha Ha …yep , We only had a Super Bowl MVP QB who could read a defense , Oh , by the way ,the GOAT threw for 500 yds and still lost , then ran off the field without shaking hands.

  35. It should kill and it should hurt. You’re a bum. The refs let the wrong team into this contest. Drew Breea would have taken them apart. Another break caught by the Golden Boy. One of the worst Super Bowls ever.

  36. Goff is easily confused and does not deal well if he has to read defenses. McVey hid Goff’ s issues but Belichek is the master at exposing the weakest link of a team and taking advantage of opposing key players.
    It is questionable that Goff will ever be smart about reading defenses and Goff likely will always need McVey to limit the reads. That works against lesser coaches but not Belichek.

  37. Goff getting alot of heat in this thread but no one seems to mention that Cooks dropped a beautiful TD pass right through his hands that would have tied the score at 10.
    His next pass was an interception but the Rams offensive line just couldnt stop the NE pass rush. Not using Gurley more throughout the game was inexcusable.

  38. campcouch says:
    February 3, 2019 at 11:46 pm
    It’s incredible how the Patriots managed to beat teams with superior talent. Obviously their coaching is in a category alone. Sorry Eagle’s fans, you won the Big One last year but that was a fluke. NE should be on title 7 now….heck, they should be on #8 at least. Goff needs to learn how to call a game and not rely on being told what to do on the field. Not being able to audible or go through progressions is a killer.

    I am sick of people saying the Rams Have More Talent! Nothing could be further from the Truth!!! Brady > Goff, Edelman > than ANY Rams Receiver! Gronk > than who ever plays for the Rams, Patriots Secondary > Rams Secondary, Pats O Line > Rams O Line and Pats Role Players Far Superior to Rams. Coaching is about Equal…..

  39. weepingjebus says:

    This was actually the least stressful SB ending I’ve had with the Pats.
    ——————————–

    Totally agree. No defibrillators needed this time. It was a little anti climactic. Usually, even in a SB win, it takes me quite awhile to come down and have all my vital signs return to normal!

  40. At least it wasn’t anything like Super Bowl XLVIII. First play Manny Ramirez snapped the ball into the end zone for a safety. And then then Seattle ran away with it.

  41. tylawspick6 says:
    February 3, 2019 at 11:38 pm
    Brees would’ve won, thankfully Roger tossed us a bone and gave us these scrubs
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    Brees would’ve gotten the smack down just like he did against Dallas in the regular season.

  42. The Rams without Cooper Kupp, against a strong pash rush and Gurley missing in action had almost no chance against the Patriots. To put all this on the shoulders of a young QB is false and simplistic.

  43. 13-3 or 3-0, a win is a win. Top of the hill, cream of the crop. When I watched them lose to Pittsburgh and Miami, at which point they hadn’t secured a playoff spot it hard to believe they’re here again. Today will be a joyful review of every “cliff talker” out there who proclaimed Brady done. Can’t wait to hear Rob Parker, Max Kellerman and the rest of the Jealousy Club explain why NE still sucks.

  44. That was a horrible game. Goff was the worst, and it was embarrassing for the whole Rams organization.
    Maybe a little less praise on the ‘Whisperer Coac’ he failed.

  45. For all the “McVay is an offensive genius” talk, McVay is the reason the Rams lost today. His offensive gameplan was exactly what Belichick expected, and McVay had no counter-punch. No plan b. Just repeatedly rammed his head into the wall over and over until they lost.

    The Rams never did figure out that they had their TE in single coverage any time they wanted him.

    Or that they could have confused the Patriots by putting Anderson and Gurley in the same backfield, with one of them taking an inside run and the other heading outside.

    Or that play action passes won’t work when the Patriots are run-blitzing one or two guys every down and taking away the play action along with the inside run.

    Also: Is Goff not allowed to audible? Seemed like the Rams walked their offense into a lot of obvious plays that the Patriots recognized and stopped easily. Taking a look at the defense and then calling a new play to counter it would have given the Rams a chance as well.

  46. Goff has nothing to be ashamed of. Bill Belichick makes everyone look bad in big games.
    Congrats to the Patriots and Rams for their great seasons.

    Packers fan.

  47. That was the Goff Jeff Fischer was stuck with and he chose to show up @ the most inopportune time.

  48. Goff and the Rams shouldn’t have been playing in the Super Bowl. SHould have been the Saints vs the Pats.

  49. I’ve wrote all year long in here that Goff is a poser. That said, I thought that McVay would have sense enough to protect him with the running game and passes to Gurley in this one. Guess not.

  50. Wrong the SEVEN blown calls in the 09 NFCCG were the worst and NO & their fans said nothing. YOU DESERVED IT!

    rainponcho87 says:
    February 4, 2019 at 12:13 am
    Not a Patriots fan at all, but I was glad to see the Rams lose. That Saints game no call was one of the worst I’ve ever seen. I had a feeling that would take some of the swagger and confidence from the Rams, knowing a lot of people didn’t think they belonged there.

  51. McVay said it best he got out coached defense played championship football and the offense played horrible. Hats off to the Patriots they stick to what they do now stop it and a lot of teams just can’t. Maybe teams need to start stealing stuff from the Patriots.

  52. I liked it how most people picked the Rams to win. Just goes to show you what people don’t know.
    Better Coached team won.
    Nuff said.

  53. As Demarcus Lawerence said, they stole his soul, now whose laughing? Goff was a big choker in the most important game of your life. If you look back at his career at Cal, he never played in a big game so it comes as no surprise that he choked on the biggest stage.

  54. Goff was clearly scared to death. You could see it in his face during the national anthem. He had a good year because the Rams running game was so good but once Gurley was hurt, Goff was exposed. When a QB plays that badly on the biggest stage, it generally has lingering effects. Rams are 8-8 at best next year. Book it.

  55. All I’ll say is i will forever curse and hate on Kansas city Dee Ford for having his hand a few inches in the neutral zone which negated the game-ending Interception of Brady. A play mind you where players did say is rarely call and if anything at worst you get a warning.If the refs don’t call that play no one cares since that play looks like any other snap. It just look like the NFL had the teams Preordain for the Superbowl, The Boston market along with the Los Angeles market.

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    Totally agree! It was a bogus call and the Kansas City Chiefs would have been in the Super Bowl. Really was terrible , worse IMO than the Saints non-call.

  56. Brees would have won if only…. He did not throw that
    ball straight up in the air, while under pressure, in OT…. Kind of like Goff except for the OT part. But you’re right.

    Dee ford’s “a play that’s rarely called” is called offsides or neutral zone infraction. If it is so “rarely called” wouldn’t everyone line up like that? If I only had a brain the scarecrow said to the tin man.

  57. Goff went to the Super Bowl in his third season. It took nine seasons for Peyton Manning to win a Super Bowl becaus he either went one and done in the playoffs or choked against Brady.

  58. Three points?! That’s it? The Saints would’ve scored 3 touchdowns in the first half. The Rams didn’t deserve to be there anyway, they only got there via referee assistance.

  59. Its funny hearing all the KC and NO fans complain that their teams should have been in the SB. Well, if you had made plays when you needed to, that might have been the case. Those complaining about the Dee Ford penalty actually being called is hilarious. He was offsides by a good 6 inches. It really wan’t even close. There was no judgement involved there – one of the easier calls of the day.

  60. At least you don’t have to carry around a fake trophy…ratings just came out too. No one watched the fake super bowl.

  61. Goff is garbage. He is a statue. He is a system made QB that cannot play out of his comfort zone. Bring or even disguise pressure and he crumbles like an old cookie.

  62. Goff can hold his head high and get in line with all the other conference champions that were beaten by the Patriots in super bowls. There were only two teams good enough to play in the super bowl. Jared Goff led one team into battle and Tom Brady led the other. Tom Brady has been the losing QB in 3 super bowls, so it can even happen to the best. Did Tom choke in those three super bowl losses? Give me a break. There’s no shame when you get beat by the best team in the world, and it’s that team’s 6th title.

  63. tylawspick6 says:
    February 3, 2019 at 11:38 pm
    Brees would’ve won, thankfully Roger tossed us a bone and gave us these scrubs

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    Brees may have mustered more than 3 points but Brady and the Pats would have hung 40+ on the Saints defense….. Last night’s game was far more of a contest

  64. mikespillane337 says:
    February 4, 2019 at 9:06 am

    Brees would have won if only…. He did not throw that
    ball straight up in the air, while under pressure, in OT…. Kind of like Goff except for the OT part. But you’re right.

    Dee ford’s “a play that’s rarely called” is called offsides or neutral zone infraction. If it is so “rarely called” wouldn’t everyone line up like that? If I only had a brain the scarecrow said to the tin man.

    ————–
    Are you referring to the ball Brees threw while getting punched in the face? The same ball that would have fallen straight on his WR had the WR not been hugged to not only stop his route but give the DB the push off momentum needed to get that “INT”?

    You must be talking about a different game altogether.

  65. I was surprised how immobile Goff is and his inability to make plays with his legs. For most young QBs, that’s something they can do. I think the Rams have a real issue on their hands with Goff. Paying him means less money to go around and so he’ll have to make up for the shortfall. Not convinced he can.

  66. vikesfansteve says:

    February 4, 2019 at 8:11 am

    Steve, my man. 5 fumbles, 2 picks, 12 men. Please don’t try and compare a game played over nine years ago when the game was different, rules were different to a game played today. Your team turned the ball over SEVEN times.

    XLIV!!

  67. SeenThisB4 says:
    February 4, 2019 at 10:11 am
    Three points?! That’s it? The Saints would’ve scored 3 touchdowns in the first half. The Rams didn’t deserve to be there anyway, they only got there via referee assistance.
    —————–

    The Saints would have won the Superbowl last year too…. according to Kamara. And the year before, if only they had made the playoffs. You should bank on strategies other than fake punts and voodoo.

  68. I said before the game that Goff and the Rams were going to buckle under to the pressure of playing in the Superbowl. Goff looked like I thought he would… panicked, like a deer in the headlights half the time, rushed, inaccurate, and just not ready to play on the big stage. All we heard all week was how Suh and Donald were going to get to Brady all night and sack him repeatedly. While Brady WAS rushed, he wasn’t flustered like Goff was. Never underestimate the value of SB experience vs. first timers getting there. Makes a difference. Go Pat! See you there again next year….

  69. Jared Goff is like a Derek Carr. Has physical tools, but his mind has not yet followed. Cannot play fearlessly or with resolve and win at all costs. You are going to get hit, but you still have to make THE throw and not just ANY throw. I do feel the game came down to who had the better QB, and that’s why I picked the Patriots beforehand. After Brady retires in 2032, NE will be average again. I just don’t know how they do it every year. It’s their mindset and ‘win at all costs’ and ‘win as a team’ attitude.

  70. All of you commenting on how he is a system QB, is terrible, a bum, sucks, etc…. This kid is 24! He will learn from this. The same stupid logic was applied to Brady for years. It is amazing how people only want to hate on these guys. Give him some credit. He led them to a Super Bowl, no matter what the saints fans think. He will learn from his mistakes, work to fix them, and improve moving forward. What he has done to date is impressive. Go back and look at the beginning of other QBs who have your respect, and hall of fame careers. See how they did at his age. Goff measures up, and surpasses many. Give the kid a break. He manned up and owned his mistakes. He will be better. No shame in losing to a Belichick team.

  71. Goff was the victim of Brandin Cooks’ inability to win out when he is being covered by a bigger/heavier defender. Love Cooks and his speed. But the game reminded me of last year’s Patriots game in Miami where Brady was intercepted a bunch because every time he threw to Cooks, the defender snatched the ball away.

  72. That was a pathetic Rams performance. Too bad it wasn’t the New Orleans Saints. It couldn’t
    possibly have been any worse.

  73. The last time the Rams played the Patriots in the Super Bowl, Rams’ players suspected that the Patriots knew in advance what offensive plays they were calling. Here, we have a Super Bowl won largely on a Patriots’ defense which did far better than it had ever performed all season. Draw your own conclusions. And don’t forget about Spygate, Deflategate and PEDgate. Past conduct is an indicator of future performance.

  74. Guaranteed it would have been far better watching Brees compete against Brady. (It was a Saints ‘win’ yesterday.) Tell me about Goff’s young age and I’ll show you Mahomes. C’mon man…

  75. At least you don’t have to carry around a fake trophy…ratings just came out too. No one watched the fake super bowl.

    I guess when Brees coughs up a desperation pass and it is intercepted, well that has nothing to do with the Saint loss right?

  76. I want to pile on Goff but I can’t,he was just overmatched. The Rams still have time to decide if he’s the guy and pat him…or not and move on. Last night wasn’t good but it was in the brightest of lights. The Rams were classy IMO, played hard and played clean. Even the punks- Talib, Peters, Fowler and Suh- played it right.

    Oh and…thank you Dee Ford.

  77. Goff can make the throws but he’s not that smart a QB.
    He needs McVay to think for him.
    Neutralize McVay and Goff isn’t worth much.

    Lets see if Goff develops over the next couple of years.
    My hunch is that he gets grossly overpaid and without a great team behind him under produces.

  78. walllamp947460497 says:

    February 3, 2019 at 11:33 pm

    Goff needed only a Mark Sanchez buttfumble and a cam Newton non recovery to rank as the worst QB of all time.

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    Um, the “worst QB of all-time” would probably be some dude that was a back-up in high school and not an NFLer who played in the Superbowl in only his 3rd season. Way to over exaggerate.

  79. kenmasters34 says:
    February 4, 2019 at 1:10 am

    The Saints would have beaten the Patriots tonight. Sad for Saints fans.
    …………………………

    Brees would have been running for his life out there last night.

  80. Bet it doesn’t hurt as bad as the most egregious officiating blunders in sports history keeping you from a super bowl.

    Fake. Super. Bowl.

  81. sdcharger123 says:
    February 4, 2019 at 2:28 pm
    Saints would’ve at least given us more than 3 points.

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    they would….but they would have given up more points than they scored. Heck, they let Goff light them up!

  82. @SWFLPC.INC

    But that is not what people are talking about, is it? Even if the score was NE 41, NO 24. It STILL would have been a better game and honestly way more viewers.

  83. Goff was bad but Brady looked off as well. How many passes did Tom throw that had no chance to get one hand one it. Poor game to watch.

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