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What do my fellow Pats fans think of this?

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    Re: What do my fellow Pats fans think of this?

    In Response to Re: What do my fellow Pats fans think of this?:
    In Response to Re: What do my fellow Pats fans think of this? : I would agree Montanna would be #1 based on his SB record and performance. I still think that Brady has a chance to win another SB or 2 although  with the quality teams out there GB, SF, Balt, Pitt, NYG, NO... it will be very difficult.
    Posted by jri37


    When its all said and done Brady will go down as the greatest QB ever. There is many reasons why, but i'll list just a few for you. The talent that Montana had was by far and away better to work with than what Brady had. Lets not forget the likes of Roger Craig, Dwight Clark, Jon Taylor, the best reciever ever in Jerry Rice. Then you have 4 players from the D in the hall of fame too. Im not saying Tom has had noone to work with but what he has done in this day and age will propel him to being the best QB ever. With the way free agency has evolved dynastys arent supposed to happen, and Tom is breaking that mold. Tom has atleast 2 if not more chances at another ring. I will be enjoying watching him add to his already hall of fame career.
     
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    Re: What do my fellow Pats fans think of this?

    I don't bother to respond to the Manning troll because he's clearly here just to provoke and has absolutely nothing of substance to say. I'm surprised that UD wants to defend him. He may be "on your side" as a Manning fan, UD, but hey Stalin was on our side in WW II too. As far as the "cheat" thing goes, BB clearly violated rules. I'd argue that it was cheating only if he was using the films to get an advantage during the specific game he was filming. If he was merely filming to analyze later what teams did in the game (as BB claimed) then I think "cheating" is too strong a word. All of that, however, makes little difference in my (and most knowledgable people's) evaluation of BB's skills as a coach. He's won about as much since "spy gate" as before it, and the Manning trolls incessant posts trying to say BB needs to "cheat" to win are just juvenile. I hope you're not defending that nonsense UD. I don't quite understand why you spend so much time on this board being a Colts fan, but I don't think of you as a troll. If you want to defend that other troll, though, I might have to reassess my judgment. Belichick's place in history as one of the greatest coaches of all time is secure. Spy gate is a blemish on his record, but no knowledgable fan or analyst of the game believes spygate changes the fact that he is as formidable a coach as you can find in NFL history.
     
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    Re: What do my fellow Pats fans think of this?

     In both Super Bowl losses Brady gave us the lead and the defense needed one last stop and couldn't do it---Brady did not lose the SBs the defense failed to stop the Giants on one last possesion!In Response to What do my fellow Pats fans think of this?:
    I was listening to Felger and Mazz on the way home from work a couple days ago, and a Pats fan called in and made in interesting point about our HOF QB Mr. Brady. He basically said that he loved Brady, bla bla bla, but he brought up the point : When is the last time Brady has won a meaningful game? When was the last time Brady was clutch in a huge game, like the Brady of old? He went on to even say Brady is living off his past success and superbowls he won almost a decade ago. He said that is seems he has turned from a mediocre regular season QB with clutch postseason games, to a Peyton Manning type QB with mind blowing regular season numbers, but suspect post season performances, coming up short in the big games. He said it seems there used to be the " Me against the world " Tom Brady, and now its the " Hey my wife is Giselle and I won 3 superbowls " lol. Felger disagreed with him, and stated that Tom had a good enough performance to win this past Superbowl, had Welker caught that pass. The caller disagreed, arguing that Brady played much worse in that game than he did all season, bringing up the intentional grounding for a safety on the first drive etc. It made me think......is he kind of right?? I mean, I do NOT take Brady's greatness for granted...but its been almost a decade, and although the Pats put up these great numbers and records in the regular season, is it a legit argument to question if Brady is still clutch in the big games? Is he still that guy who can lead his team to a late game comeback? His window is closing, the team is stacked...I just wonder how many more chances he will get...What do you guys think?
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