Re: Patriots | Brady the king of comebacks
- From: "MZ" <myfirstname@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2006 14:48:30 -0400
<garciyalater@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
it isnt a knock on brady at all, I am not a huge football guy although
I do like to go and see the games in person.
I am basing my brady-bash on several articles I have read which broke
down his major "drives", 2 had bad calls, 3 were unbeliveable field
goals, etc, and I didnt get the feeling he was doing anything that
other people were not capable of......
Yet the "other people" have never been able to successfuly do what he did.
my 2 I would want taking the ball, non-brady, would be the kid in
pittsburgh and also manning(who will win the big on with Adam V this
Manning's problems have been more than just the lack of a good FG kicker
(which he's actually had). "The kid in Pittsburgh" is, in my estimation, a
top 3 QB so I don't fault you with that choice. However, if you think that
Brady's relied on others to win big games for him, then you must also think
the same about Roethlisberger, who basically had an atrocious outing in the
Super Bowl. The fact remains that Brady has only played poorly in one
postseason game out of 11 (and he lost that one) -- a feat that's virtually
unheard of in all of sports.
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