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  1. From a clean pocket he was only good, not great. He was outstanding at making great throws from a muddy pocket but is this sustainable?
  2. How do you figure that Allen is more productive than Brady on a per snap basis? Allen does not read defenses as well as Brady and the stats do not include throws not made because they are never seen by the quarterback in the first place. Brady had a tougher job than Allen did in 2020 and he performed at a higher level at said job.
  3. I think play action does make a considerable difference when we are talking about qb production standards. Roethlisberger's problem is throwing too many uncatchable passes aimed downfield while targeting the short middle too often. They actually could have used some more play action in all likelihood but Roethlisberger was too limited. Brady's deep ball has been on point in recent seasons. He is pinpoint accurate.
  4. I think Rodgers and Mahomes show more consistent accuracy and read defenses better pre and post snap. They take care of the ball better in the pocket and make better decisions. Basically almost everything that goes into being a top qb they do better. Allen's sudden rise to supposed superstardom coincided with his play action attempts sky rocketing. That is suspicious. This was the first season he has shown consistent accuracy in the league and he did it throwing to receivers who were more open than average. The Saints likely should have used more play action pass attempts. Considerin
  5. I'm not using any metrics. Just using my eyes and watching film. It tells me Brady is a better "quarterback" then Allen and it isn't that close in honesty. I can certainly judge a quarterback by how many play action attempts they ran. These plays consistently fool linebackers, and safeties and create big gaping windows in the intermediate ares of the field which is what Allen exploited. It is basically like playing quarterback with an aide if you will. Jared Goff is another quarterback who runs a lot of play action. Baker Mayfield's sudden rise this year? What do you know, a healthy dose
  6. No I really don't think so. Peyton had a strong arm and could make all the throws. No one threw deep comeback to field side better than Peyton. His footwork in the pocket was expertly crafted. Rodgers has a strong arm but I doubt its stronger than the likes of Greg Cook, Joe Gilliam, Bert Jones, John Elway, ect. He runs well but not at the top level. He is a great off schedule quarterback making plays. It really just depends on personal taste on who you take between these two.
  7. Allen was the beneficiary of many more play action pass attempts, you know the types of plays that turn a league average qb essentially into Joe Montana.. His receiver targets also ranked highly in seperation meaning his guys were more open than typically seen. Why are we taking what the talking heads are saying as some type of gospel. Maybe the "conversation" was never correct in the first place. Ever stop to think about that? MVP votes are pretty much meaningless dude and are influenced by hype. The best quarterbacks in the regular season this year were Rodgers followed by Mahomes,
  8. that is a good return on Watson.
  9. It is fun to go on youtube and watch old Bears games and see Doug Plank and Gary Fencik flying around the field. Both hard hitters. Fencik had good ball instincts and range.
  10. I'm not a big Favre fan. More dynamic than Brady but not a better quarterback. I feel like you guys don't evaluate quarterbacks but look at passers. There is a lot that goes into playing quarterback beyond the throw leaving the quarterbacks hand to catch point. I think his weapons are good. Evans is good, not great. Godwin is good, not great. Brown is better than those two but he missed a lot of time and Brady was great without him during that period. Gronkowski is an above average tight end at this point and little more. Brady's unreal accuracy short, medium, and deep and ability to read
  11. I'm not a big Favre fan. More dynamic than Brady but not a better quarterback. I feel like you guys don't evaluate quarterbacks but look at passers. There is a lot that goes into playing quarterback beyond the throw leaving the quarterbacks hand to catch point. I think his weapons are good. Evans is good, not great. Godwin is good, not great. Gronkowski is an above average tight end at this point and little more. Brady's unreal accuracy short, medium, and deep and ability to read defenses pre and post snap lifted this team far beyond what they actually are. The Bucs are good, Brady is gre
  12. Pro Football Focus ranked Brady as the second best qb in the regular season so I am not understanding why some are ranking Josh Allen or Russell Wilson ahead of Brady. He soundly outplayed both of them. I'll give Brady a 95 overall for regular and postseason.
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