Having said that, while the final stats look pretty good his game to game numbers certainly aren't the depiction of "consistency" he's complaining the rest of the team lacks.
Right on. The point is that he is guilty himself of what he accuses his teammates as being. For the record, I LIKE Aaron Brooks and believe he does have what it takes to be a great QB.
I'm all for confidence and even maybe a little cockiness, but in the case of Brooks he has the physical gifts but falls short on the mental part. I'm NOT saying he's dumb, rather he doesn't seem to have good football sense some of the time and makes bad decisions on the field. So instead of blaming his teammates he needs to look at himself, maybe learn a little humility and realize he has some things to work on, too.
This reminds of that Kevan Barlow quote a few weeks ago where he blamed his bad season on a bad offensive line and bad play-calling. Too many pots calling the kettle black.