Which SB Safety Was Worse?

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    This one

     
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    The Pats recovered from that start, took the lead and should have won the game. Denver, none of the above.

     
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    As much as Gomie's made me laugh, it was the really the Center's fault. That's what happens when you have a lack of quality and depth on your interior line.

    But, Brady's Safety to start the SB was worse, unfortunately.

    How ironic it is the two best QBs of their generation each have that ugly mark on their resumes in SB history, in SB losses where they didn't play well for much of the game?

     

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    God, you are pathetic.

    The Pats 7 blockers couldn't contain 3 rushers for 3 seconds. 

    His own tackle was thrown into him

    One of the 3 receivers fell down, there was nowhere to throw the ball, risking an int.

    So you think that is worse than the snap sailing over that mountain of a head?

    You not only have screws loose, the majority of them are missing.  It appears the only ones  left are the ones allowing your fingers to work.  God knows the rest of you doesn't.

     

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    As much as Gomie's made me laugh, it was the really the Center's fault. That's what happens when you have a lack of quality and depth on your interior line.

    But, Brady's Safety to start the SB was worse, unfortunately.

    How ironic it is the two best QBs of their generation each have that ugly mark on their resumes in SB history, in SB losses where they didn't play well for much of the game?

     

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    God, you are pathetic.

    The Pats 7 blockers couldn't contain 3 rushers for 3 seconds. 

    His own tackle was thrown into him

    One of the 3 receivers fell down, there was nowhere to throw the ball, risking an int.

    So you think that is worse than the snap sailing over that mountain of a head?

    You not only have screws loose, the majority of them are missing.  It appears the only ones  left are the ones allowing your fingers to work.  God knows the rest of you doesn't.

     

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    The Safety by Denver was due to the Center, not Gomie.  Brady was lazy on his with all kinds of real estate to his right. Instead, he reared back and tried to sell the refs, all lazy, not wanting to move his feet. He's entitled, afterall.

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    Wrong.

    So the center screwed up compared to 7 blockers and 3 receivers who couldn't do their jobs?

    Brady did not rear back and  do anything.  He was about to be hit and was, by his own man.

    Your jealousy of TB is pathetic.

     
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    Manning's is worse, he walked away from center to micromanage some guard or tackle, and the ball was snapped. He puts tremendous pressure on his linemen whenever he stands back there moving around, gesturing, barking orders and changing plays. They got a false start later in the game for the same stuff. He deserved it.

     
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    Rusty----Did you ask for Brady's autograph in training camp one summer and he ignored you? Is that where all of this resentment comes from?

     
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    Waters had Joseph contained, but if Brady simple started running to his right instead of making that decision to do what he did, Tuck isn't near Brady, coming from the weakside:

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    So, you don't see the hit happening right as he is letting go?  TROLL

    Sorry if Bb watching TB in the shower every day, upsets you.  Get over it.

    You'll never have him

     
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    Waters had Joseph contained, but if Brady simple started running to his right instead of making that decision to do what he did, Tuck isn't near Brady, coming from the weakside:

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    "If Brady started running to his right" yeah that's a good idea

     
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    Manning's is worse, he walked away from center to micromanage some guard or tackle, and the ball was snapped. He puts tremendous pressure on his linemen whenever he stands back there moving around, gesturing, barking orders and changing plays. They got a false start later in the game for the same stuff. He deserved it.

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    +1

     
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    As much as Gomie's made me laugh, it was the really the Center's fault. That's what happens when you have a lack of quality and depth on your interior line.

    But, Brady's Safety to start the SB was worse, unfortunately.

    How ironic it is the two best QBs of their generation each have that ugly mark on their resumes in SB history, in SB losses where they didn't play well for much of the game?

     

     




    God, you are pathetic.

     

    The Pats 7 blockers couldn't contain 3 rushers for 3 seconds. 

    His own tackle was thrown into him

    One of the 3 receivers fell down, there was nowhere to throw the ball, risking an int.

    So you think that is worse than the snap sailing over that mountain of a head?

    You not only have screws loose, the majority of them are missing.  It appears the only ones  left are the ones allowing your fingers to work.  God knows the rest of you doesn't.

     

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    The Safety by Denver was due to the Center, not Gomie.  Brady was lazy on his with all kinds of real estate to his right. Instead, he reared back and tried to sell the refs, all lazy, not wanting to move his feet. He's entitled, afterall.

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    Wrong.

    So the center screwed up compared to 7 blockers and 3 receivers who couldn't do their jobs?

    Brady did not rear back and  do anything.  He was about to be hit and was, by his own man.

    Your jealousy of TB is pathetic.

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    He did.

    WHy is it jealousy that he made a rash or poor decision? I am not jealous. I am annoyed because it was so avoidable as was Gomie's.

    Brady does this rear  back thing when he wants to throw deep. But, in this case, he saw the weak side pressure coming, slowly reared back and wound up and launched into no man's land, where the ref didn't buy it. So, he wasn't even genuine about targeting anyone deep, he was literally to lazy to run to his right.

    It took more time to wind up and throw then to simply scurry to the right with Waters easily containing Joseph, and simply throwing it away.

    That's a fact. A quick scurry to the right and throw away was the obvious play there if he didn't like what he saw.

    He simply feels he's entitled to having a pefect pocket and plenty of time on ever down, which is clearly irrational.

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    He does not feel entitled and you are so jealous you can't see straight.

    Told you, forget it.  He doesn't want you.  No one does!

    Did you just say you don't like hypocrites?  OH MY!

    It's evident your sickness is a result of self-loathing.

     
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    Waters had Joseph contained, but if Brady simple started running to his right instead of making that decision to do what he did, Tuck isn't near Brady, coming from the weakside:

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    You are a joke!  Watch the play again.. Oh, you don't have it, you only go by pictures and gifs.  Well I just watched the play again and guess what.. Brady starts to go right but Giants D Lineman would have got around Waters and sacked Brady so brady stops and sees Tuck coming at him so he throws the ball.

    Dude, you are a fraud.  Why don't you invest in a dvr and record these games so you know what you are talking about.  What a tool!

     
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    Re: Which SB Safety Was Worse?

    Gotta admit, Brady's was worst. Peyton's was Safety was the Center's fault, Brady's was due to a lack of awareness. He knew he was back up in his goal and had a good 10 seconds to make a play or get rid of the ball, but he sat in the pocket until the Giants go to him.

     
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    What's all this "Brady only had 3 seconds" crap? He was in the pocket for a long time, I remember yelling for him to get rid of it becaue it was absurdly long how long he held the ball.

     
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    I always knew TBs was bad just saw the video again brought back bad memories of the drop.

    but i counted 4-5 seconds for TB on that play and BJGE was open on the check down in front of TB's face.

    but MAnning's was still a joke

     
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    Re: Which SB Safety Was Worse?

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    TFB12 caught lying cold!

    Look at the room to his right! Look at him prancing and bobbing!

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/09000d5d826a9a00/Safety-first-for-the-Giants

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    That's a blatant block in the back in the endzone. Shouldn't that have been the safety anyways? 

     

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