orangcrush518

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Am i the only one that realises and is getting tired the medias love of Tom Brady? It seems to me, every week Brady is either "back" to his 2007 form, or "not recovered yet" from the knee. Is it a coincidence whenever they play a good, playoff caliber team, Brady's knee acts up? They beat the Titans this week 59-0 (both of Tennessee's starting cornerbacks were out and replaced by rookies). Last week, Brady struggled and got outplayed by KYLE ORTON. (yes, the Broncos may have had a slight edge as Josh McDaniels knew that offense, but the Patriots knew what offense the Broncos would be running as well). After that game, instead of giving Denver credit for a great plyaed game, you heard more of, Tom Brady's knee...we heard the same after the Patriots lost to the JETS, who had a rookie QB (who had 5 INT's Sunday against the great Buffalo Bills). Yes, I'll admitt, Brady played good, but he is no longer the top QB in the NFL, he wont have 50 TD passes again, and the Patriots wont win the Super Bowl. They Patriots remaining scheduale, besides games against Indianapolis and New Orleans in laughable. We'll see how Brady can play in games against teams that arent starting two rookie cornerbacks are are better then 0-6.

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