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5 minutes ago, Davidson Deac II said:

I am fairly certain you might be the only person on the planet who feels this way.

Brady is one of the best of all time because he makes quick and smart decisions and accurate throws under pressure, especially when the game is on the line.  This is an ability that is far, far more important than athleticism in a qb.  Regarding arm strength, its dropped off over the years, but at one time, he certainly had good downfield strength and accuracy.  

Plus his awareness in the pocket and the way he moves in it is legendary.  Arguably the best of all time

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14 hours ago, Davidson Deac II said:

I am fairly certain you might be the only person on the planet who feels this way.

Brady is one of the best of all time because he makes quick and smart decisions and accurate throws under pressure, especially when the game is on the line.  This is an ability that is far, far more important than athleticism in a qb.  Regarding arm strength, its dropped off over the years, but at one time, he certainly had good downfield strength and accuracy.  

 

No I'm not. A lot of people may be too scared of the backlash, but no I'm not, I cant be it's too many people in the world. 

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On 12/7/2021 at 10:53 PM, mav1234 said:

Like when Matt Cassel won the Patriots a Superbowl in 2008? Lol...

 

outlier. belichick has a system, and as long as you are at least decent qb, you're going to the playoffs. that, and the fact that the patriots have always had a cupcake schedule, they play in one of the easiest divisions. 

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17 hours ago, cookinbrak said:

Pretty sure last years SB disproves your theory.

 

no it doesn't. bucs were already a good team without brady, brady went to an already stacked team, he was their game manager. the patriots had an injury prone cam newton, who has never been great as a game manager pocket passer, add that to the fact that last year a huge portion of patriot starters opted out.

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40 minutes ago, Tinamedina said:

 

no it doesn't. bucs were already a good team without brady, brady went to an already stacked team, he was their game manager. the patriots had an injury prone cam newton, who has never been great as a game manager pocket passer, add that to the fact that last year a huge portion of patriot starters opted out.

7-9? 

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