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User Info: IMNOTRAGED

IMNOTRAGED
4 weeks ago#51
1NfamousACE_2 posted...
What's the Patriots' system?


Acquire an all-time great talent at WR/TE (extremely difficult to replicate).

Acquire a bunch of complementary pieces at the other WR spots. Over a decade ago they identified a market inefficiency in smaller, quicker receivers and have reaped the benefits of that for years by building the offense around the short passing game. (somewhat replicable)

Have the most impactful position coach of all time (extremely difficult to replicate).

Have their DBs hold every play in the playoffs because they know refs aren't going to call many of them (this has worked for a bunch of teams).

Brady is a good QB but you're delusional if you don't see that he landed in a beyond ideal situation (and has been insanely lucky on top of that).
http://i.imgur.com/kkm3QaD.jpg

User Info: koalabear9301

koalabear9301
4 weeks ago#52
Redskins
2005
1st round:
Jon Allen (17th)

2nd round:
Juju Smith-Schuster (49th)

3rd round:
Shaquill Griffin (assuming Kareem Hunt still ends up having that hotel incident)

4th round:
George Kittle (114th)
Desmond King (123rd)

5th round:
Xavier Woods (154th)

6th round:
Chase Roullier (199th)
David Moore (209th)

7th round:
Chad Kelly (230th)
Josh Holsey (235th)
Washington Capitals: 2018 Stanley Cup Champions

User Info: BilalPowell

BilalPowell
4 weeks ago#53
IMNOTRAGED posted...
1NfamousACE_2 posted...
What's the Patriots' system?


Acquire an all-time great talent at WR/TE (extremely difficult to replicate).

Acquire a bunch of complementary pieces at the other WR spots. Over a decade ago they identified a market inefficiency in smaller, quicker receivers and have reaped the benefits of that for years by building the offense around the short passing game. (somewhat replicable)

Have the most impactful position coach of all time (extremely difficult to replicate).

Have their DBs hold every play in the playoffs because they know refs aren't going to call many of them (this has worked for a bunch of teams).

Brady is a good QB but you're delusional if you don't see that he landed in a beyond ideal situation (and has been insanely lucky on top of that).

You left out cheat, the most important aspect.
Former #1 Birmingham Iron Fan. RIP AAF

User Info: koalabear9301

koalabear9301
4 weeks ago#54
koalabear9301 posted...
Redskins
2005
1st round:
Jon Allen (17th)

2nd round:
Juju Smith-Schuster (49th)

3rd round:
Shaquill Griffin (assuming Kareem Hunt still ends up having that hotel incident)

4th round:
George Kittle (114th)
Desmond King (123rd)

5th round:
Xavier Woods (154th)

6th round:
Chase Roullier (199th)
David Moore (209th)

7th round:
Chad Kelly (230th)
Josh Holsey (235th)

noticed I forgot to switch it from 05 to 17 >_>
Washington Capitals: 2018 Stanley Cup Champions
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