- 02/28/2012, 05:40PM ET
HighwayCrossingFrog said 02/28, 05:40 PM
the main reason?
is cause of the gmen..
the gmen have humiliated tom twice..
that will be part of his legacy whether you like it or not..
But win a 4th.. We match montana and the 9ers..
the slate gets wiped clean..
people remember the braves more for their loses..
people remember the bad/what_have_you_done_for_me_lately..
maybe tom couldnt have done much first time vs gmen..
but his poor pass to a wide open welker will haunt him..
gmen have our number..
you can not debate this..
and the fact we lost to a 10_6 and 9_7 team,
is almost as bad as your girlfriend cheatin on yoj with a arab terrorist!
DJRoxalot said 02/28, 09:46 PM
63.8%, 39,979 yards (248.3ypg), 7.5ypa, 300 TD's vs 115 INT's, and a 96.4 Passer Rating.
A lot of people don't like for QB's to get credit for wins. They say because it's a team game. Sure, it takes 11 men on offense working together and you have to be able to defend the lead with a reliable defense, but QB is so important to the offense. The Pats have gone 124-35 with Brady starting at QB for them. Coincidence? Nope. Brady is not 100% responsible for that record, but he is huge part of it.
16-6 in the postseason and steps his game up when it matters. He won his first 3 Super Bowls he played in. I realize he hasn't won any since, but you can't win 'em all.
His legacy is intact, HCF.
He could retire and never play another game and he will be in the discussion as 1 of the best QB's ever to play the game.
That my friend is an irrefutable fact.
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