The 2018 NFL season for the New England Patriots ended with their second Super Bowl victory in three years as they defeated the Los Angles Rams 13-3 in one of the most boring Super Bowls in league history. However, the Patriots will take it, pretty, ugly, or otherwise. This team has a true one game at a time mentality and it showed early on in the season. The Patriots started off the season slow, going just 1-2 in their first three games, with loses to Jacksonville and Detroit on the road. However, the team finished strong, winning 10 of their final 13 games.
Tom Brady over his 19 year NFL career has been one of the faces of the NFL. He has posted as of the end of the 2018-2019 season; 70,514 Passing Yards, 517 TDs, 171 INTs, and a passer rating of 97.6 while winning six Super Bowls and winning 207 regular-season games. He is in most peoples circles one of the greatest if not the greatest quarterback to ever play the game of football, and possibly the greatest all-around football player of all-time. In this article, we’ll be comparing Tom Brady’s eight healthy seasons to his other nine healthy seasons. We won’t be counting 2000 because he was a backup and only took kneel-down snaps and only threw three times and 2008 because he tore his ACL in the first game of the season. So we’ll be comparing 2001-2010 and 2011-2019. I will also be going over which one I think is better and giving my reasons. Continue reading →
NFL Networks Elliot Harrison recently compiled a list of his top 25 QB’s of All-Time, and his list for some people was god awful, and for some it was accurate but there are a couple things we all agree on. A) Only three QB’s have a legitimate argument for who is the G.O.A.T, Peyton Manning, Joe Montana, and Tom Brady, B) Aaron Rodgers must be in your top 10, although he is overrated by the masses. Those are a couple rules I have, you may have your own but let’s get down to critiquing his list and compiling our own list. I will only be going over the top 10 because the bottom 15 is just too subjective and extensive to cover. Continue reading →
On February 3rd, 2019 the New England Patriots took part in their fourth Super Bowl in the last five seasons; winning their third during that streak. Unlike the previous three appearances where the Patriots scored an average of 31.7 points per game, they were only able to put up 13 against the Los Angles Rams. However, a win is a win and Tom Brady couldn’t care less about how the score looks. With Brady’s sixth Super Bowl win, the argument for greatest quarterback of all time is pretty much over. In a season that had more drama and mistakes than usual, the Patriots still came out on top, winning it’s sixth Super Bowl in franchise history.
Julian Edelman took home Super Bowl LIII MVP after his astounding performance to lead his Patriots to their sixth Super Bowl victory in 18 years. He hauled in ten passes for 141 yards which were good enough to be the first receiver to be named MVP since Santonio Holmes won the award after his Super Bowl XLIII performance.
James White is one of New Englands many running backs it’s had during the dynasty of the 2000’s, but he may be one of the best to step into the backfield during this dynasty. In this article we’ll go over why he’s the Patriots X-Factor and why he’s one of the most versatile backs playing right now.