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Old 01-15-2012, 10:25 PM   #346
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Anybody but the Patriots. I'm tired of people slobbing on Brady's nuts. It's annoying as hell.
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Old 01-15-2012, 10:29 PM   #347
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Anybody but the Patriots. I'm tired of people slobbing on Brady's nuts. It's annoying as hell.
People did the same with Jordan in his prime it just happens

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Old 01-15-2012, 10:38 PM   #348
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People did the same with Jordan in his prime it just happens

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It's a bit different with basketball and football. Put Jordan on a shitty team and he could still carry it far as noted by his career. Put Tom Brady or Peyton Manning on a shitty team, and they aren't going very far.


It just irks me we want to talk about "the best" and relate the championships with it. You don't get into the hall of fame because of the number of Super Bowl trophies you have. You get into the Hall of Fame based on your body of work you've done over the course of your career and 95% of that comes from regular season. It's a stupid argument because there are so many factors involved with winning a Super Bowl. It's a one game elimination and anybody can be beat so the best team generally doesn't win the Super Bowl as noted by the previous winners.


I guess Barry Bonds isn't one of the greatest to ever play the game of MLB because he never won a championship.
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Old 01-15-2012, 10:42 PM   #349
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Anybody but the Patriots. I'm tired of people slobbing on Brady's nuts. It's annoying as hell.
He's got two and a half nuts they're slobbering over. The two TEs and Welker.
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Old 01-15-2012, 11:14 PM   #350
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It's a bit different with basketball and football. Put Jordan on a shitty team and he could still carry it far as noted by his career. Put Tom Brady or Peyton Manning on a shitty team, and they aren't going very far.


It just irks me we want to talk about "the best" and relate the championships with it. You don't get into the hall of fame because of the number of Super Bowl trophies you have. You get into the Hall of Fame based on your body of work you've done over the course of your career and 95% of that comes from regular season. It's a stupid argument because there are so many factors involved with winning a Super Bowl. It's a one game elimination and anybody can be beat so the best team generally doesn't win the Super Bowl as noted by the previous winners.


I guess Barry Bonds isn't one of the greatest to ever play the game of MLB because he never won a championship.
Baseball is a joke IMO sorry but that whole league is roided up and no one watches anyway.. as for football yes it takes a team to win unlike the NBA where one or two guys can carry a team to multiple championships

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Old 01-15-2012, 11:32 PM   #351
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I thought it was pretty funny when Eli made the elite claim before the season. I was wrong big time. Eli deserves a ton of credit this season, really outplayed aaron rogers all day.
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Old 01-16-2012, 12:17 AM   #352
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Green Bay gave away that game. The NYG played a good game but they would not have overcome the Packers had Green Bay not turned the ball over and not dropped so many passes.
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Old 01-16-2012, 12:23 AM   #353
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Every year the NFL reminds me how flawed the BCS is. According to that system the Packers were the top team in the league and based on their performance in the regular season should have been in the championship game automatically. This same Packers team, which dominated the regular season got killed today by the Giants.

By BCS apologist logic it wasn't fair to put the Giants up against the Packers because, well the Giants were hot. And it's not right to put a team like the Giants up against the Packers because god forbid the better team be determined by an on field result.
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Old 01-16-2012, 05:30 AM   #354
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I thought it was pretty funny when Eli made the elite claim before the season. I was wrong big time. Eli deserves a ton of credit this season, really outplayed aaron rogers all day.
Yeah he backed up his words, I used to say Eli was crazy overrated but he's not

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Yeah he backed up his words, I used to say Eli was crazy overrated but he's not

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Remember all the dopes that used to argue to the death that Jason Campbell was every bit as good as Eli?
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Old 01-16-2012, 07:32 AM   #356
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This is one of the foulest postseason quartets ever, at least for me. I don't like any of these teams one bit. San Fran cuz their city is a bit nutty. Pats because their fans are obnoxious. Giants because they're division rivals. And the Ravens fans are obnoxious too....
I agree 100 % with you . I would rather see NY and Baltimore win this weekend , New England would make the SB more exciting but I can't stand them .
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I agree 100 % with you . I would rather see NY and Baltimore win this weekend , New England would make the SB more exciting but I can't stand them .
Anyone but the Ravens. I'd have to go into hiding if they won. No problem with the Pats and Niners.
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This is one of the foulest postseason quartets ever, at least for me. I don't like any of these teams one bit. San Fran cuz their city is a bit nutty. Pats because their fans are obnoxious. Giants because they're division rivals. And the Ravens fans are obnoxious too....
i get where you are coming form but all four teams are playing great football right now and we should have some pretty good games this weekend. you've got the pats offesnse trying to score on baltimores defense which usually produces a really good game. and then you have san fran and the nyg, i think this one should be a great one, two teams going full steam ahead, and only one can go to the superbowl. f the nba, i love THIS game!
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Old 01-16-2012, 09:51 AM   #359
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Pats and niners in the Superbowl. 9ers take it in a close one, 31 - 30.
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I thought it was pretty funny when Eli made the elite claim before the season..

Thing was he did'nt make the claim,he was being interveiwed and the reporter ask if he thinks he should be counted in the QB elite of the NFL, he said yes.......guess he was right.
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