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Old 07-21-2015, 03:14 PM   #31
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Old 07-23-2015, 05:21 AM   #32
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Brady is 2nd best NFL QB for 2015 says Madden. Only 2 pts behind Rogers? I'll take that.

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AARON RODGERS (99 OVR)
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The NFL MVP is excellent at many things. Between his 95 Throw Power, 98 Play Action, and 88 Throw on the Run, Rodgers can beat you in or out of the pocket. He’s awfully accurate, too. His 80 TAD is tops in the league, and he also boasts 94 TAS/92 TAM.

TOM BRADY (97 OVR)
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6’4, 225 POUNDS

Brady claims league-best marks with 96 TAS and 97 TAM. Brady threads the needle with 94 Throw Power, but lay off the deep ball with his 70 TAD.
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Old 07-23-2015, 05:30 AM   #33
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The “Biggest Gut-Punch Loss” in Patriots History? SI Has One Everyone Can Recall


Sports Illustrated has put out a piece on the “Biggest gut-punch loss” for each and every franchise, the Pats included.
The game that the author the piece, Doug Farrar, picked one that everyone still remembers to this day – the team losing their chance at perfection as they lost to the Giants in Super Bowl XLII.
New England Patriots: Feb. 3, 2008, Super Bowl XLII—Giants 17, Patriots 14
This wasn’t supposed to be a game. It was supposed to be a coronation. The Patriots were coming into the Super Bowl with an 18–0 record, and had been beating the daylights out of nearly every team they faced through the 2007 season. But the Giants, who held New England to a close win in the regular-season finale, dialed up an excellent game plan that had multiple defensive linemen putting pressure on Tom Brady right in his face, and the team that set the single-season scoring mark was held to two touchdowns. When David Tyree made his famed helmet catch, the outcome seemed to be ordained from on high. In truth, the team that won out-coached the team that lost, which is always a threat to happen, no matter how great one of those teams or coaches may be.


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The loss in the AFCCG to the Colts was a harder pill to swallow, IMO.

F*ck Peyton Manning
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The loss in the AFCCG to the Colts was a harder pill to swallow, IMO.

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Over a perfect season? That loss was unconscionable but... . A perfect season would have been epic and historical.
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Over a perfect season? That loss was unconscionable but... . A perfect season would have been epic and historical.
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This...I still refuse to acknowledge that it happened.
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Old 07-23-2015, 09:46 AM   #37
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The “Biggest Gut-Punch Loss” in Patriots History? SI Has One Everyone Can Recall


Sports Illustrated has put out a piece on the “Biggest gut-punch loss” for each and every franchise, the Pats included.
The game that the author the piece, Doug Farrar, picked one that everyone still remembers to this day – the team losing their chance at perfection as they lost to the Giants in Super Bowl XLII.
New England Patriots: Feb. 3, 2008, Super Bowl XLII—Giants 17, Patriots 14
This wasn’t supposed to be a game. It was supposed to be a coronation. The Patriots were coming into the Super Bowl with an 18–0 record, and had been beating the daylights out of nearly every team they faced through the 2007 season. But the Giants, who held New England to a close win in the regular-season finale, dialed up an excellent game plan that had multiple defensive linemen putting pressure on Tom Brady right in his face, and the team that set the single-season scoring mark was held to two touchdowns. When David Tyree made his famed helmet catch, the outcome seemed to be ordained from on high. In truth, the team that won out-coached the team that lost, which is always a threat to happen, no matter how great one of those teams or coaches may be.


Still feel that in the pit of my stomach.

I couldn't listen to New York Sports radio for a long time after that.
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The loss in the AFCCG to the Colts was a harder pill to swallow, IMO.

F*ck Peyton Manning
What made that a tough loss was that we were up by like 21 -3 and simply blew it (although that phantom face guarding call didn't help).

The Giants actually deserved that SB win, as their d-line just kicked the crap out of our o-line all game long. I don't think Brady ever took more hits than he did in that game.
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The perfect season is my #1 most painful loss...#2 is when they faced them again...and lost again.

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I know which losses have scarred me most based on my two priorities for every regular season:

1. Patriots get to postseason.
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Old 07-24-2015, 09:59 AM   #43
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Brady winning his 5th against the Giants would be orgasmic.
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Brady winning his 5th against the Giants would be orgasmic.
It would be. But the chance of us losing again, presumably on another fluke play, would cause me a lifetime of impotence. Can't risk that.
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The loss in the AFCCG to the Colts was a harder pill to swallow, IMO. F*ck Peyton Manning
I almost put my foot though my friends TV . After Brady final INT clinching the colts win. Even the announcers were talking about how hot it was in RCA dome
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