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    Brady should holdout.

    He should demand a trade and if it isn't forthcoming he should holdout. His legacy is withering before our eyes because the GM is just some f'n guy. It is ridiculous the crap BB has surrounded Brady with.

    Either that, or Kraft should man up and put his foot down.

    Somebody needs to stop this madness of mediocrity that is our GM.

    You will never see another Lombardi as long as BB is GM.

     

     

     

     
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    Mayeb he should take another pay cut so BB can sign scrubs like arrington , amendola , adrian wilson if if brady agrees for vet min. salary ,

    BB will still over pay FA 

     
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    Brady hasn't won a big game in a decade.  He should probably lay low.

     
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    Maybe Brady demands a trade to SF, his favorite team growing up.  You never know, since the 49ers just got eliminated and may just trade Kapernick for Brady.

     
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    Brady hasn't won a big game in a decade.  He should probably lay low.

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    maybe we should fire BB because th defense cant stop a blind folded qb on third downs ,

    why didnt brady won a big game ???

    give him midget WR ,

    putrid defense

    over matched OL 

    and see how far he carries the team

     
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    Brady hasn't won a big game in a decade.  He should probably lay low.

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    Yeah, And BB won't have to worry about losing any big games with Tom gone, because he will never be in one.

    What's he got without Brady, 2 playoff games in 7 seasons as a HC?

     
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    Brady hasn't won a big game in a decade.  He should probably lay low.

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    Edelman should hold out until Brady can deliver a pass to him when he's WIDE OPEN 50 YARDS DOWN FIELD!

     
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    Edelman should hold out until Brady can deliver a pass to him when he's WIDE OPEN 50 YARDS DOWN FIELD!

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    You're an idiot. Ignored.

     
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    He should demand a trade and if it isn't forthcoming he should holdout. His legacy is withering before our eyes because the GM is just some f'n guy. It is ridiculous the crap BB has surrounded Brady with.

    Either that, or Kraft should man up and put his foot down.

    Somebody needs to stop this madness of mediocrity that is our GM.

    You will never see another Lombardi as long as BB is GM.

     

     

     

     




     

    Babe, Tom cant even hit open receivers downfield anymore. Edelman deep left third, Collie right sideline, Edelman in the Endzone, Vereen button hook middle, ALL BLATANT MISSES by a QB who just doesnt have it when it comes to accuracy consistancy anymore. He has no mobility and is a big reason for yesterday's loss. Be real. If he wants to be the guy, then hes has to be the guy. No excuses. I Love Tom for what he has done, but yesterday was one of his worst games as a PAT When it comes to making the play. No meaningful big wins in 10 years is a long time now and he's gettting less effective no matter who he throws too. He's missing them. he's been terrible on deep balls for years now. Open receivers always are missed when running deep. We see it almost every single game. Not even close! Face the facts.  Peyton made him look pedestrian. Tom is immobile and innacurate in AFC CHAMPIONSHIP games. Unnacceptable. Next man up!!! 

     
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    He should demand a trade and if it isn't forthcoming he should holdout. His legacy is withering before our eyes because the GM is just some f'n guy. It is ridiculous the crap BB has surrounded Brady with.

    Either that, or Kraft should man up and put his foot down.

    Somebody needs to stop this madness of mediocrity that is our GM.

    You will never see another Lombardi as long as BB is GM.

     

     

     

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    Babe, Tom cant even hit open receivers downfield anymore. Edelman deep left third, Collie right sideline, Edelman in the Endzone, Vereen button hook middle, ALL BLATANT MISSES by a QB who just doesnt have it when it comes to accuracy consistancy anymore. He has no mobility and is a big reason for yesterday's loss. Be real. If he wants to be the guy, then hes has to be the guy. No excuses. I Love Tom for what he has done, but yesterday was one of his worst games as a PAT When it comes to making the play. No big wins in 10 years is a long time now and he's gettting less effective no matter who he throws too. He's missing them. We we've ben terrible on deep balls for years now. Face the facts.  Peyton made him look pedestrian. Tom is immobile and innacurate in AFC CHAMPIONSHIP games. Unnacceptable. Next man up!!! 

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    Sorry Rally, no hard feelings, but I just don't want to hear what you have to say anymore. I'm just going to discuss with people who know the game. That leaves about 75% of the board out. Be well. Ignored.

     

     
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    Babe, Tom cant even hit open receivers downfield anymore. Edelman deep left third, Collie right sideline, Edelman in the Endzone, Vereen button hook middle, ALL BLATANT MISSES by a QB who just doesnt have it when it comes to accuracy consistancy anymore. He has no mobility and is a big reason for yesterday's loss. Be real. If he wants to be the guy, then hes has to be the guy. No excuses. I Love Tom for what he has done, but yesterday was one of his worst games as a PAT When it comes to making the play. No big wins in 10 years is a long time now and he's gettting less effective no matter who he throws too. He's missing them. We we've ben terrible on deep balls for years now. Face the facts.  Peyton made him look pedestrian. Tom is immobile and innacurate in AFC CHAMPIONSHIP games. Unnacceptable. Next man up!!! 

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    Manning's receivers made the Pats "bend but don't break" defense wish it were pedestrian. 

    You can't surround a superstar with losers and expect victory every time.  There is only so much one man can do.

     
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    Edelman should hold out until Brady can deliver a pass to him when he's WIDE OPEN 50 YARDS DOWN FIELD!

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    You're scouting report on Denver Broncos was all wrong.  Yes he overthrew collie but even if the throw was good it would have been a tough catch. If he catches it they point FG big deal.

    would you prefer Welker -Decker- 2Thomas's - a good RB to hand off to. If you watched the game and really followed it u would have noticed manning over threw receivers to. BUT when you have 2  9 minute drives u can still win but very unlikely. The defense allowed  two 2 nd 20 's from the Denver 10 and both times hit Thomas for first downs. Manning played a great game without a doubt. You can have extra DB's Back there to defend against the big play, but won't matter if manning has old day back there. Manning was hurried 3 times all day. Fact not opinion. 

     
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    Edelman should hold out until Brady can deliver a pass to him when he's WIDE OPEN 50 YARDS DOWN FIELD!

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    You're scouting report on Denver Broncos was all wrong.  Yes he overthrew collie but even if the throw was good it would have been a tough catch. If he catches it they point FG big deal.

    would you prefer Welker -Decker- 2Thomas's - a good RB to hand off to. If you watched the game and really followed it u would have noticed manning over threw receivers to. BUT when you have 2  9 minute drives u can still win but very unlikely. The defense allowed  two 2 nd 20 's from the Denver 10 and both times hit Thomas for first downs. Manning played a great game without a doubt. You can have extra DB's Back there to defend against the big play, but won't matter if manning has old day back there. Manning was hurried 3 times all day. Fact not opinion. 

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    ^ Truth.

     

    You understand the game, unlike 75% of the people who post here.

     
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    Brady hasn't won a big game in a decade.  He should probably lay low.

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    Are we glad Brady plays defense, too?

     
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    You can't surround a superstar with losers and expect victory every time.  There is only so much one man can do.

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    I don't think the Patriots have "losers" on their roster; this team was the highest character team in a long time.  Also the most fun to watch because they overcame so much.

    The losers are Hernandez and Gronkowski.

    Both terrible signings.  At the time it looked great - I would have signed them too - but it is obvious that those two signings have really hurt the team.

     

     

     
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    He should demand a trade and if it isn't forthcoming he should holdout. His legacy is withering before our eyes because the GM is just some f'n guy. It is ridiculous the crap BB has surrounded Brady with.

    Either that, or Kraft should man up and put his foot down.

    Somebody needs to stop this madness of mediocrity that is our GM.

    You will never see another Lombardi as long as BB is GM.

     

     

     

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    Babe, Tom cant even hit open receivers downfield anymore. Edelman deep left third, Collie right sideline, Edelman in the Endzone, Vereen button hook middle, ALL BLATANT MISSES by a QB who just doesnt have it when it comes to accuracy consistancy anymore. He has no mobility and is a big reason for yesterday's loss. Be real. If he wants to be the guy, then hes has to be the guy. No excuses. I Love Tom for what he has done, but yesterday was one of his worst games as a PAT When it comes to making the play. No big wins in 10 years is a long time now and he's gettting less effective no matter who he throws too. He's missing them. We we've ben terrible on deep balls for years now. Face the facts.  Peyton made him look pedestrian. Tom is immobile and innacurate in AFC CHAMPIONSHIP games. Unnacceptable. Next man up!!! 

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    Sorry Rally, no hard feelings, but I just don't want to hear what you have to say anymore. I'm just going to discuss with people who know the game. That leaves about 75% of the board out. Be well. Ignored.

     

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    Dont be angry, Babe. It happens to all great players. They fade. It kills me to admit it, but the facts are that Tom is not the guy who can lead this team to ultimate success anymore. He' slow, losing accuracy, and cant change either of those deficiencies at his age. He doesnt get younger next season. I know the game. I know the truth. I know whats nexT. JUST BECAUSE WE DONT LIKE IT DOESNT MAKE IT UNTRUE. Even Peyton is near the end, despite his great performance yesterday. Good luck to you Babe. No hard feelings. 

     
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    I don't think the Patriots have "losers" on their roster; this team was the highest character team in a long time.  Also the most fun to watch because they overcame so much.

    The losers are Hernandez and Gronkowski.

    Both terrible signings.  At the time it looked great - I would have signed them too - but it is obvious that those two signings have really hurt the team.

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    Brady had to throw the ball to two horsecrap tight ends, two special teams guys, a below average rookie and, Danny "No Catches in the Biggest Game of The Year despite Being A $30,000,000 Signing" Amendola.

    You know what?  The biggest losers are Tom Brady and us.  For a decade now, we've been watching the GM fail time and time again to put the right team together for Brady to lead.

    If the GM sucks at drafting and sucks at trading, what exactly is he any good at?

    I agree. Brady should hold out until he gets some NFL quality receivers.

     
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    Babe, Tom cant even hit open receivers downfield anymore. Edelman deep left third, Collie right sideline, Edelman in the Endzone, Vereen button hook middle, ALL BLATANT MISSES by a QB who just doesnt have it when it comes to accuracy consistancy anymore. He has no mobility and is a big reason for yesterday's loss. Be real. If he wants to be the guy, then hes has to be the guy. No excuses. I Love Tom for what he has done, but yesterday was one of his worst games as a PAT When it comes to making the play. No big wins in 10 years is a long time now and he's gettting less effective no matter who he throws too. He's missing them. We we've ben terrible on deep balls for years now. Face the facts.  Peyton made him look pedestrian. Tom is immobile and innacurate in AFC CHAMPIONSHIP games. Unnacceptable. Next man up!!! 



    Manning's receivers made the Pats "bend but don't break" defense wish it were pedestrian. 

    You can't surround a superstar with losers and expect victory every time.  There is only so much one man can do.

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    Agreed. But a true Superstar capitalizes on the other teams mistakes, especially a star like Tom. Yesterday he missed nearly 100 yards worth of open receivers and likely a couple of scores as a result. We lost by 10. Do the math NAS. I love Tom, but a sack on 4th down because you have ZERO mobility in a league that gets more athletic every year? We have more mobile lineman, for God's sake. It is what it is. The numbers dont lie. We've seen his best. Time to get serious about replacing him. Just a fact. I love Tom and always will. I love this team and we need a better upside at the QB position. Im not saying he cant/wont be the QB next year but Statue QBs are nearly extinct. Gotta go. Babes intent with this thread is so off the mark. Tom should be a man and start his transition campaign to ease the hit leadership will take. The film will show him his transgressions all too well. Get ready. He has one more year left maybe, but only for the sake of finding the guy and doing the transition. A trade could net value, but loyalty wont allow it. We are close to that day. Face it. Yesterday shows why. 

     
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    He should demand a trade and if it isn't forthcoming he should holdout. His legacy is withering before our eyes because the GM is just some f'n guy. It is ridiculous the crap BB has surrounded Brady with.

    Either that, or Kraft should man up and put his foot down.

    Somebody needs to stop this madness of mediocrity that is our GM.

    You will never see another Lombardi as long as BB is GM.

     

     

     

     




     

    Babe, Tom cant even hit open receivers downfield anymore. Edelman deep left third, Collie right sideline, Edelman in the Endzone, Vereen button hook middle, ALL BLATANT MISSES by a QB who just doesnt have it when it comes to accuracy consistancy anymore. He has no mobility and is a big reason for yesterday's loss. Be real. If he wants to be the guy, then hes has to be the guy. No excuses. I Love Tom for what he has done, but yesterday was one of his worst games as a PAT When it comes to making the play. No meaningful big wins in 10 years is a long time now and he's gettting less effective no matter who he throws too. He's missing them. he's been terrible on deep balls for years now. Open receivers always are missed when running deep. We see it almost every single game. Not even close! Face the facts.  Peyton made him look pedestrian. Tom is immobile and innacurate in AFC CHAMPIONSHIP games. Unnacceptable. Next man up!!! 




    Hmmmm. Seem to remember him hitting a 53 yarder last week.

    Peyton missed 3 yesterday.   Is that why they lost?  Oh wait......

    Wilson missed, Kap missed....they ALL do

    You should know that the longer the pass, the lower completion %  Most QB's hit them only around 25%, unless they play the Pats D, where it jumps up to 98%.

    It also helps if you have receivers that can go up and get them.

    Mathew Slate & Mathew Mulligan???  Not good enough to play WR in a rs game?  BWAHAHA

    Hey, did you hear in the pre-game chatter that Peyton has had 28 "Money" skilled players throughout his career and Brady has had 8.

    That was awesome.

     
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    Babe, Tom cant even hit open receivers downfield anymore. Edelman deep left third, Collie right sideline, Edelman in the Endzone, Vereen button hook middle, ALL BLATANT MISSES by a QB who just doesnt have it when it comes to accuracy consistancy anymore. He has no mobility and is a big reason for yesterday's loss. Be real. If he wants to be the guy, then hes has to be the guy. No excuses. I Love Tom for what he has done, but yesterday was one of his worst games as a PAT When it comes to making the play. No big wins in 10 years is a long time now and he's gettting less effective no matter who he throws too. He's missing them. We we've ben terrible on deep balls for years now. Face the facts.  Peyton made him look pedestrian. Tom is immobile and innacurate in AFC CHAMPIONSHIP games. Unnacceptable. Next man up!!! 

     

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    Manning's receivers made the Pats "bend but don't break" defense wish it were pedestrian. 

     

    You can't surround a superstar with losers and expect victory every time.  There is only so much one man can do.

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    Agreed. But a true Superstar capitalizes on the other teams mistakes, especially a star like Tom. Yesterday he missed nearly 100 yards worth of open receivers and likely a couple of scores as a result. We lost by 10. Do the math NAS. I love Tom, but a sack on 4th down because you have ZERO mobility in a league that gets more athletic every year? We have more mobile lineman, for God's sake. It is what it is. The numbers dont lie. We've seen his best. Time to get serious about replacing him. Just a fact. I love Tom and always will. I love this team and we need a better upside at the QB position. Im not saying he cant/wont be the QB next year but Statue QBs are nearly extinct. Gotta go. Babes intent with this thread is so off the mark. Tom should be a man and start his transition campaign to ease the hit leadership will take. The film will show him his transgressions all too well. Get ready. He has one more year left maybe, but only for the sake of finding the guy and doing the transition. A trade could net value, but loyalty wont allow it. We are close to that day. Face it. Yesterday shows why. 

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    Rally, keep in mind Denver took a knee @ the pats 20 or close to it with a minute left they passed on the FG and went for it on 4 th and 1 they could have scored a TD and could havlst ost by 17 with the pats D all but gassed

     
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    He should demand a trade and if it isn't forthcoming he should holdout. His legacy is withering before our eyes because the GM is just some f'n guy. It is ridiculous the crap BB has surrounded Brady with.

    Either that, or Kraft should man up and put his foot down.

    Somebody needs to stop this madness of mediocrity that is our GM.

    You will never see another Lombardi as long as BB is GM.

     

     

     

     




     

    Babe, Tom cant even hit open receivers downfield anymore. Edelman deep left third, Collie right sideline, Edelman in the Endzone, Vereen button hook middle, ALL BLATANT MISSES by a QB who just doesnt have it when it comes to accuracy consistancy anymore. He has no mobility and is a big reason for yesterday's loss. Be real. If he wants to be the guy, then hes has to be the guy. No excuses. I Love Tom for what he has done, but yesterday was one of his worst games as a PAT When it comes to making the play. No meaningful big wins in 10 years is a long time now and he's gettting less effective no matter who he throws too. He's missing them. he's been terrible on deep balls for years now. Open receivers always are missed when running deep. We see it almost every single game. Not even close! Face the facts.  Peyton made him look pedestrian. Tom is immobile and innacurate in AFC CHAMPIONSHIP games. Unnacceptable. Next man up!!! 




    Hmmmm. Seem to remember him hitting a 53 yarder last week.

    Peyton missed 3 yesterday.   Is that why they lost?  Oh wait......

    Wilson missed, Kap missed....they ALL do

    You should know that the longer the pass, the lower completion %  Most QB's hit them only around 25%, unless they play the Pats D, where it jumps up to 98%.

    It also helps if you have receivers that can go up and get them.

    Mathew Slater???  Not good enough to play WR in a rs game?  BWAHAHA

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    Wilson, Kap are both early 20's with the ability to extend plays. How many long balls did they hit on in one game yesterday??? You guys are unrealistic if you dont see what happened yesterdaY. How many drops did we have vs. bad throws? Stop being blind. Our D gave up 26- to the most prolific scoring team in history. We are supposed to win that game and do if our QB plays at atleast his normal level. He hasnt been doing what we wish he could for some time. Hes fading and thats OK. Hes supposed to after so many years. We need his replacement to be identified very very soon. Let go of ten years ago. BB is the reason why we remain at the top of the leagues teams. Face it 

     
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    Babe, Tom cant even hit open receivers downfield anymore. Edelman deep left third, Collie right sideline, Edelman in the Endzone, Vereen button hook middle, ALL BLATANT MISSES by a QB who just doesnt have it when it comes to accuracy consistancy anymore. He has no mobility and is a big reason for yesterday's loss. Be real. If he wants to be the guy, then hes has to be the guy. No excuses. I Love Tom for what he has done, but yesterday was one of his worst games as a PAT When it comes to making the play. No big wins in 10 years is a long time now and he's gettting less effective no matter who he throws too. He's missing them. We we've ben terrible on deep balls for years now. Face the facts.  Peyton made him look pedestrian. Tom is immobile and innacurate in AFC CHAMPIONSHIP games. Unnacceptable. Next man up!!! 

     

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    Manning's receivers made the Pats "bend but don't break" defense wish it were pedestrian. 

     

    You can't surround a superstar with losers and expect victory every time.  There is only so much one man can do.

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    Agreed. But a true Superstar capitalizes on the other teams mistakes, especially a star like Tom. Yesterday he missed nearly 100 yards worth of open receivers and likely a couple of scores as a result. We lost by 10. Do the math NAS. I love Tom, but a sack on 4th down because you have ZERO mobility in a league that gets more athletic every year? We have more mobile lineman, for God's sake. It is what it is. The numbers dont lie. We've seen his best. Time to get serious about replacing him. Just a fact. I love Tom and always will. I love this team and we need a better upside at the QB position. Im not saying he cant/wont be the QB next year but Statue QBs are nearly extinct. Gotta go. Babes intent with this thread is so off the mark. Tom should be a man and start his transition campaign to ease the hit leadership will take. The film will show him his transgressions all too well. Get ready. He has one more year left maybe, but only for the sake of finding the guy and doing the transition. A trade could net value, but loyalty wont allow it. We are close to that day. Face it. Yesterday shows why. 

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    Rally, keep in mind Denver took a knee @ the pats 20 or close to it with a minute left they passed on the FG and went for it on 4 th and 1 they could have scored a TD and could havlst ost by 17 with the pats D all but gassed

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    No doubt. But when your offense produces nothing and allows your D to be on the field so much, what do you think happens? The offense failing so much on 3rd down was the problem, not that the D couldnt stop Denver. The strategy going in was Keep Peyton Off the Field. Tom kept our offense off the field with poor throws and a sack for lack of mobility at the worse times. I dont blame him for everything, just for not being who he is supposed to be in the AFC Champ game. Hes getting old slow and in effective. Sorry. 

     
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    Reality Check

    Every playoff game is a big game.  The fact the Brady hold the record for playoff wins states quite clearly he wims more big games then anyone.

    I can't believe I am actually reading people on hear complain about the 2 overthrow Brady had yesterday.  The expectation some people have of Brady is off the charts.  It also suggest how immature you think as you come across like to are so upset you need to blame someone. 

    Brady actually played a very good game, he throw some bullets into extremely tight windows while under pressure most of the day.  Reading what some of you write is like reading someone who knows nothing about sports.

    This is the way everyone has to look at this game and season.  If you take Brady off the team and replace him with any QB in the league, how would have the Pats have faired this season.  My opinion is way worse.  Take Mannings top 5 recievers away from him and tell me they go 13-3 adn make the superbowl.  Not going to happen.

    Expectations Brady has create in the minds of some Pat fans is just over the top crazy.  When I read these board I start to think I can't wait until Brady retires and the Pats nosedive and then I will be reading all these people complain and wish for the days of Brady.

     

     

     

     

     

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