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    The players on the Patriots shouldn't be crying because the players voted to have that ridiculous pushing rule put in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n420p69 View Post
    The players on the Patriots shouldn't be crying because the players voted to have that ridiculous pushing rule put in.
    Not much different to the leverage rules for the offense, I think it makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip Empty View Post
    His receivers are still shaky and Gronk was out of sync. Give them a couple of weeks.
    Gronk was out of sync???? Did you actually watch the game? The guy jumped right back into full beast mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCHOF View Post
    Gronk was out of sync???? Did you actually watch the game? The guy jumped right back into full beast mode.
    he was fine with the possession stuff but stuttered a bit in the red zone. Whiffed on an easy ball that would've been a sure touchdown. Brady targeted him at least three times back there and Gronk caught zero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnalyst View Post
    Actually, they finished 11-5 in 2008, when Brady got injuried, the same team that Brady got them to 10-6 the next year. And Cassel looked pretty solid. A 63.4% completetion percentage (something Eli has done exactly ZERO times in 9 seasons), with 3,693 yards for a 7.16 YPP (Something Eli didnt do until his 6th season), and 21 TDs and 11INTs giving him a PR of 89.4 (Eli has done that 2x). If Eli had 11 INTs, it would be the second time in his career he was under 14 INTs in his 10 years of playing, so think again.

    Brady is overrated, but still a great QB in this league.
    Again, I say the same:

    Brady was 13-25 198 yards 0 TDs yet the Pats scored 43 points.

    The system helps this guy more then most would like to admit.

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    If Eli had Thompkins, Sudfeld, and Dobson...
    If Brady had Killdrive....
    Last edited by Eli's Giants; 01-12-2014 at 12:58 PM.

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    Peyton, Brady and Montana are the 3 greatest of all time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnalyst View Post
    Again, I say the same:

    Brady was 13-25 198 yards 0 TDs yet the Pats scored 43 points.

    The system helps this guy more then most would like to admit.
    What system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eli's Giants View Post
    Peyton, Brady and Montana are the 3 greatest of all time.
    That sounds about right. When you're talking about this tier of QBs, the precise order doesn't really matter in my eyes, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eli's Giants View Post
    What system?
    The system that offered Brady no other choice but to pass for nearly 4500 yards and 25 TDs with no real receiving threats outside of Gronk for a few games, lol.

    I know that's not what he's saying, but it's clear that Brady's greatness is trying to be marginalized because he plays for a "GOAT"-type HC, too. As if every QB that's earned the right to be spoken of with the league's best wasn't assisted by the scheme.

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