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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    Brady stated yesterday that "there is still more to prove." I know everyone thinks that's a bunch of bull since there is nothing left for him to prove in this league. But what he's referring to is winning titles and there is no team out there that needs a starting QB who can win a super bowl other than NE. All the contending teams have top QBs. Chicago and Cleveland aren't going to win a super bowl with Brady there. And LAC have the talent, but the system and coaching is not there for Brady to succeed. NE is the only place that makes sense. I do hope McDaniels stays because it means a greater likelihood of Brady staying.
    If McDaniels leaves New England, then the system changes unless Krack forces a new OC to run the same type of system however that doesnít always work out in the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    If McDaniels leaves New England, then the system changes unless Krack forces a new OC to run the same type of system however that doesn’t always work out in the end.
    McDaniels has left New England before as everyone here well knows. How did New England do while he was gone back then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by obi-groo View Post
    McDaniels has left New England before as everyone here well knows. How did New England do while he was gone back then?
    Times are different. Tom is a lot older now and Iím pretty sure at his age he would prefer to run the same system wherever he goes.

    McDaniels leaving New England only creates a more likely scenario that Tom leaves as well. He ainít trying to learn a scheme offensively.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obi-groo View Post
    McDaniels has left New England before as everyone here well knows. How did New England do while he was gone back then?
    the last time was 8 years ago, tom brady was in his prime at 34
    in 09 he had Moss and welker, Marohny, faulk, Edelman
    in 2010 he had welker, hernandz, gronk, green ellis
    in 2011 green ellis, welker, gronk, Hernandez, Woodhead, edlman

    those teams were loaded, they had brady in his prime....big difference from today if mcdoosh leaves

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    Brady stated yesterday that "there is still more to prove." I know everyone thinks that's a bunch of bull since there is nothing left for him to prove in this league. But what he's referring to is winning titles and there is no team out there that needs a starting QB who can win a super bowl other than NE. All the contending teams have top QBs. Chicago and Cleveland aren't going to win a super bowl with Brady there. And LAC have the talent, but the system and coaching is not there for Brady to succeed. NE is the only place that makes sense. I do hope McDaniels stays because it means a greater likelihood of Brady staying.
    Brady and the Colts could be a winning combination.

    Young core of talent. Loads of cap space. Excellent coaching staff. GM that drafts well.

    Would be so weird seeing him in a Colts uniform, though...

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    On the Brady GOAT talk:

    Put a young Montana, Manning, Elway, Marino, Favre, Rodgers on the 2001 Patriots, and I think you still end up with 6 Super Bowls, Maybe more.

    Put Brady on any other team and the number of Super Bowls he wins ranges between 0-2.

    I have spoken....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonny_Quest View Post
    On the Brady GOAT talk:

    Put a young Montana, Manning, Elway, Marino, Favre, Rodgers on the 2001 Patriots, and I think you still end up with 6 Super Bowls, Maybe more.

    Put Brady on any other team and the number of Super Bowls he wins ranges between 0-2.

    I have spoken....
    LOL, to play QB in the Pats offense you have to be intelligent. Montana is the only one on that list who could be a QB for Belichick. THe other QBs were INT machines.
    Super Bowl Wins: Brady - 6 Elway - 2 Manning - 2 (played well in none and took HGH)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    LOL, to play QB in the Pats offense you have to be intelligent. Montana is the only one on that list who could be a QB for Belichick. THe other QBs were INT machines.
    Uh Montana wasnít a cheater and let me remind you that Kyle Orton looked pretty damn good in that offense. The drunken neck beard!

    So good that he even beat Belicheat and his pansies back in 2009! Stinkin child!

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