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Old 02-06-2012, 11:02 AM   #256
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Now i see why Iggles fans are the way they are.

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Old 02-06-2012, 11:02 AM   #257
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Guess she forgot about her husband getting a safety with a intentional grounding. Guess she forgot about her husband throwing a INT. Guess she forgot that her husband threw the ball behind the receivers a few times.


Does anybody blame Tom Brady for anything? Jesus h titty ****ing christ it's sickening.


OOOOo........Tom didn't win b/c X person did this or Y person did that.

Yeeeaaahh...Tom won the game even though it was the kicker that actually won it.


It's ****ing old and god damn annoying.
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Old 02-06-2012, 11:19 AM   #258
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Guess she forgot about her husband getting a safety with a intentional grounding. Guess she forgot about her husband throwing a INT. Guess she forgot that her husband threw the ball behind the receivers a few times.


Does anybody blame Tom Brady for anything? Jesus h titty ****ing christ it's sickening.


OOOOo........Tom didn't win b/c X person did this or Y person did that.

Yeeeaaahh...Tom won the game even though it was the kicker really did.


It's ****ing old and god damn annoying.
It's his wife. It's after the game, everyones emotions are running high and she's getting heckled. All of the so called experts said that he missed some throws so who really cares what his wife thinks.
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Old 02-06-2012, 11:20 AM   #259
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Totally disagree with this. But if people are looking for someone who blames Brady...

Not so safety call: Blame Brady for this one - Boston.com
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Old 02-06-2012, 11:24 AM   #260
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I don't think Brees was a huge risk at all in FA. The only reason I didn't advocate signing him was because we had just drafted JC and we all thought of him as the qb of the future. If we hadn't drafted JC I'dve been all over Brees. And the huge risk thing is overrated. Yeah, he had hurt his shoulder. But it wasn't even being talked about as something that could end his career or keep him out long term. The injury was a short term concern.
Lets say Brees came here. He wouldn't be the QB he's become. Not here, not under this organization. He got with the perfect coach and a stable front office. People may not remember this but back in 04, Kurt Warner was out there. Instead the Redskins and Jow Gibbs decided to go with a past his prime Mark Brunell.
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Old 02-06-2012, 11:29 AM   #261
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Totally disagree with this. But if people are looking for someone who blames Brady...

Not so safety call: Blame Brady for this one - Boston.com
Talk about sour grapes.
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Old 02-06-2012, 11:29 AM   #262
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Lets say Brees came here. He wouldn't be the QB he's become. Not here, not under this organization. He got with the perfect coach and a stable front office. People may not remember this but back in 04, Kurt Warner was out there. Instead the Redskins and Jow Gibbs decided to go with a past his prime Mark Brunell.
Ahhh...hindsight
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Old 02-06-2012, 11:29 AM   #263
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Totally disagree with this. But if people are looking for someone who blames Brady...

Not so safety call: Blame Brady for this one - Boston.com
A little harsh but that comes with the territory. Brady did his part in contributing to the loss. But to be honest, Gronk was one on one with a d-linemen. You'd expect to make that play or at least not let the guy catch it.
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Old 02-06-2012, 11:29 AM   #264
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Totally disagree with this. But if people are looking for someone who blames Brady...

Not so safety call: Blame Brady for this one - Boston.com
quite simply one of the worst articles ive ever read...made very little sense with little support. I guess anybody can write on the internet these days.

I like the one line "well if welker woulda caught that you woulda been in the clear..." Yeah i guess so.
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Old 02-06-2012, 11:31 AM   #265
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Ahhh...hindsight
It's 20/20!
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Old 02-06-2012, 11:32 AM   #266
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I don't think Brees was a huge risk at all in FA. The only reason I didn't advocate signing him was because we had just drafted JC and we all thought of him as the qb of the future. If we hadn't drafted JC I'dve been all over Brees. And the huge risk thing is overrated. Yeah, he had hurt his shoulder. But it wasn't even being talked about as something that could end his career or keep him out long term. The injury was a short term concern.
He was enough of a risk that only two teams showed strong interest in him. He tore up his shoulder pretty bad if I recall. He was no lock to return to his former self.
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Old 02-06-2012, 12:02 PM   #267
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He was enough of a risk that only two teams showed strong interest in him. He tore up his shoulder pretty bad if I recall. He was no lock to return to his former self.
I remember the Dolphins auditioned Brees and Daunte Culpepper to determine who was going to lead the franchise for the next however many years. They determined Culpepper was the better option. Just goes to show how one big whiff at the QB position can set you back for years and years. And on the flip side, how one homerun at QB can make you a perennial playoff team. I want a homerun oh so badly.
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Old 02-06-2012, 12:04 PM   #268
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He was enough of a risk that only two teams showed strong interest in him. He tore up his shoulder pretty bad if I recall. He was no lock to return to his former self.
On top of that, his "former self" had not been exactly tearing it up like he is now. His first three years were mediocre at best. Followed by two very good years (~65% completion each year, 3100 & 3500 yrds, 27 & 24TD's) - but even his two best years in SD don't compare to what he has turned in at NO (last three years he is averaging around 70% completions, 4500 yards & 35 TD's).

These last three years he has been a machine. Given his injury and the entirety of his playing history to that point, no one could have seen what was coming.
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Old 02-06-2012, 12:17 PM   #269
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Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning deserve a ton of credit. Both are worthy of Hall of Fame consideration. Tom Brady will go down as one the greatest ever, but the Giants simply have the Pats number on the big stage and it was good to see a little tarnish knocked off the golden boy image. .

Brady took a couple of tough shots from Tuck near the end, I wonder if that had anything to do with his drop off in play.
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Old 02-06-2012, 12:32 PM   #270
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He was enough of a risk that only two teams showed strong interest in him. He tore up his shoulder pretty bad if I recall. He was no lock to return to his former self.
I never thought it was that bad. I know if it had been the regular season, he'd have been out for a few months, but I don't recall it being a career threatening injury. I get that it was a risk, and Skinsfan69, I'm well aware that how good he is today is a perfect combination of luck, skill, and circumstances, but all I'm saying is at the time of his FA signing I felt like long term he had a good chance to put up above average numbers. Not the kind of numbers he's putting up today, but obviously no one saw that coming.
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