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  • Is Tom Brady now a big-game looser?

    Need I say more?

    Where are the Patsy fans now saying Brady is the greatest? Where are they saying that Denver and Peyton would NEVER get it done, all the hype about their power runner Blount and Patsy greatness???

    Patsies just suffered a Mile High Ass Whoopin of the WORST kind... AWAY WITH YOU!!!!
    "It's not wanting to win that makes you a winner, it's refusing to fail."

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    Arrogant, piss-ant, big mouth, sore losers rarely show up. I don't expect any of them to.

    Nobody deserves this win more than our team, and nobody deserves to lose more than the Patriots.

    Pull up a seat on the couch Patsies!
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    • #3
      Is Tom Brady now a big-game looser?

      Interesting article from cbssports!

      http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/writer/...big-game-loser

      More Super Bowl coverage: XLVIII odds and lines | Expert picks| Latest news

      DENVER -- Is it time to say that Tom Brady has become a big-game loser? Or is that too harsh?

      Yes, he has three Super Bowl rings, which is cache for sure, but since winning his last Super Bowl after the 2004 season, Brady has lost two Super Bowls and three AFC Championship Games, including two in a row after losing 26-16 to the Broncos on Sunday in Denver.

      Brady is 4-6 in his past 10 playoff games and has 10 interceptions in those 10 games to go with 19 touchdown passes. He threw three picks in his first 10 playoff games. The Patriots are much more reliant on his right arm now, but that doesn't mean he gets a free pass.

      More from PriscoManning makes doubters pay with another money game

      Brady has the skins on the wall, easing his postseason failures of the past nine seasons, but it doesn't mean he gets a pass. He's still one of the all-time greats, but if Peyton Manning were doing the same thing Manning would be taking a beating.

      When Brady loses, it's on the team. When Manning loses, it's on him. Big difference.

      The Patriots had little in terms of speed outside to help Brady in the passing game against Denver, but he had fought through that all season long.

      Brady struggled early in the loss to the Broncos, missing several open receivers, which had nothing to do with them.

      "I just overthrew them," Brady said.

      It has been a long time since Tom Brady won a ring. Just saying.
      Last edited by johntbronco; 01-20-2014, 07:44 PM.

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      • #4
        Manning is a great QB and Brady is a system QB

        Brady went down when KC busted his knee and the Pats went on to the playoffs with an 11-5 record
        Manning went down with the Neck problems/surgery and the Colts won two games that season
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          • #6
            Originally posted by BroncoABQ View Post
            Manning is a great QB and Brady is a system QB

            Brady went down when KC busted his knee and the Pats went on to the playoffs with an 11-5 record
            Manning went down with the Neck problems/surgery and the Colts won two games that season
            I partially agree with your point about how Pats were still good without Brady.

            Except they didn't make the playoffs at 11-5. Dolphins won tie break for division that year and AFC west leading Chargers got the Pats spot at 8-8.

            Also again not to defend Brady but excluding the Curtis Painter year the Colts have had back to back 11-5 seasons without Manning. So there's that too.

            I do agree 100% Brady is not on Mannings level and could be labeled a big game choker now. But he is far from a system QB.
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            • #7
              Want to hear something hilarious. A sportscaster asked Brady about Sherman. Brady said "some guys are like that. He them said that the Pats are an organization that wins with graciousness and when they lose, they could be better, implying Sherman could take some cues from the Pats.

              Are you kidding me? The Pats win with graciousness? And the Pats could be a little better when they lose. This is the biggest joke I've heard all day.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by DenverBlood View Post
                I partially agree with your point about how Pats were still good without Brady.

                Except they didn't make the playoffs at 11-5. Dolphins won tie break for division that year and AFC west leading Chargers got the Pats spot at 8-8.

                Also again not to defend Brady but excluding the Curtis Painter year the Colts have had back to back 11-5 seasons without Manning. So there's that too.

                I do agree 100% Brady is not on Mannings level and could be labeled a big game choker now. But he is far from a system QB.
                Good post.

                There's one other thing about this topic to consider too....

                Colts fans love to point to the 11-5 record in '08 as an indication that Brady's not as good as some believe......forgetting that with that same team, and Brady, the Pats were 16-0 the year before.....a SWING of 5 wins! Or a 46% better record with Brady than without!

                That argument is without merit
                Last edited by Mr Bojangles; 01-21-2014, 03:22 PM.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by BroncoABQ View Post
                  Manning is a great QB and Brady is a system QB

                  Brady went down when KC busted his knee and the Pats went on to the playoffs with an 11-5 record
                  Manning went down with the Neck problems/surgery and the Colts won two games that season
                  If you followed the Colts closely during the preceding year, you'd have known that the team as a whole had been diminished, and with or without Manning, they were not going to be very formidable. I personally believe that Peyton realized this, and began planning his exit strategy from Indy. So the idea that that the entire skid was a result of Peyton's injury alone has been pretty much discounted.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by broncoslover115 View Post
                    Want to hear something hilarious. A sportscaster asked Brady about Sherman. Brady said "some guys are like that. He them said that the Pats are an organization that wins with graciousness and when they lose, they could be better, implying Sherman could take some cues from the Pats.

                    Are you kidding me? The Pats win with graciousness? And the Pats could be a little better when they lose. This is the biggest joke I've heard all day.
                    Name ONE Patriots' player who has ever lorded it over an opponent or acted like Sherman did on Sunday.

                    I dare you to try. Name him!

                    UNTIL then, stop sounding like a horses behind trying to paint NE as less than gracious
                    Last edited by Mr Bojangles; 01-21-2014, 03:29 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by kishzilla View Post
                      Arrogant, piss-ant, big mouth, sore losers rarely show up. I don't expect any of them to.

                      Nobody deserves this win more than our team, and nobody deserves to lose more than the Patriots.

                      Pull up a seat on the couch Patsies!
                      Worthless comment.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Mr Bojangles View Post
                        Name ONE Patriots' player who has ever lorded it over an opponent or acted like Sherman did on Sunday.

                        I dare you to try. Name him!

                        UNTIL then, stop sounding like a horses behind trying to paint NE as less than gracious

                        wasn't it 2007 when the pats made LT and rivers cry, mocking merriman on the sd logo?


                        yeah real classy
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Mr Bojangles View Post
                          If you followed the Colts closely during the preceding year, you'd have known that the team as a whole had been diminished, and with or without Manning, they were not going to be very formidable. I personally believe that Peyton realized this, and began planning his exit strategy from Indy. So the idea that that the entire skid was a result of Peyton's injury alone has been pretty much discounted.

                          lol
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                          • #14
                            L. Blount
                            24 Attempts, 166 Yards, 4 TD


                            "Blount is gonna run roughshod over your pathetic joke of a defense!"

                            L. Blount
                            5 Attempts, 6 Yards, 0 TD


                            Last edited by Double_L; 01-21-2014, 03:57 PM.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Mr Bojangles View Post
                              Good post.

                              There's one other thing about this topic to consider too....

                              Colts fans love to point to the 11-5 record in '08 as an indication that Brady's not as good as some believe......forgetting that with that same team, and Brady, the Pats were 16-0 the year before.....a SWING of 5 wins! Or a 46% better record with Brady than without!

                              That argument is without merit
                              Teams are not the same year to year....ever argument is valid
                              Originally posted by baphamet
                              are you talking career or right now? because i don't see how you can say manning is top 5 even healthy.dude will never be a top 5 QB again, he is done.

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