I don't think Brady should retire nor do I think he's anything lower than really good, but I want the media to forever STOP calling him the next Montana. That's all I want. Brady is NOT the greatest of all time, and he should stop strutting around like he is, since it just makes him look like a major ******.
Fantasy headline quotes:
-Insanity, with "Eye of the Tiger" playing in the background, accumulated the highest point total this week and beat Hakeem Nicks 137.95 - 100.75, overcoming an 18.22-point spread.
-Legend of Seawright Throat-Punches Mediocrity.
-20-page Eli Argument Knocks Out Insanity, Delivers an Early-Season Message
Let's not forget that the reason why Eli has become so proficient at the "4th QTR comeback" is because this D hasn't been able to hold leads for years!
Don't blame Eli just because he had a few bad games this year and couldn't pull a rabbit out of his hat every time.
Considering how many times he got the D out of hot water over the years and covered for their lousy days...it would have been nice if just once this season, the D could have returned the favor and held an opponent close, to give Eli and the O a fighting chance.
I bet if Brady's records in the last 10 years were with the Giants, most of us would be calling for his head. Losing the perfect season was kind of unforgivable. I think people should put themselves in other fans' shoes and really think seriously before thinking it is greener on the other side just because you make the playoffs every year. Since when making the playoffs became the ultimate prize? All it is is a chance to play for the trophy, but it ain't the trophy itself. Seriously, will you be happy going to the playoffs virtually every year, getting so close, and still fall short? I highly doubt so!
The Pats aren't good since Spygate? Brady isn't one of the greatest of all time?
You guys must have found a really good stash this weekend, because no sane, sober person would say those things, much less truly believe them. If I'm reading some of these responses correctly, some of you would rather the Giants miss the playoffs completely, rather than get so close repeatedly and lose.
I cant even.....fathom....that thought process, because it hurts my brain just to read it
I would like to get to the playoffs every year, but I ain't trading 2 Super Bowls for 10 years of playoff appearance with no Super Bowls.
They've won three and been to five - how on earth can that be seen as a negative?