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Old 01-14-2013, 06:46 AM
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Originally Posted by sigrab View Post
Let's see which QB is better...

QB #1
- 2 trips to the super bowl, won 1.
- 9-11 for his career in the postseason, tied for most losses by a QB ever. Not to mention 8 of those losses is of the one-and-done variety.

QB #2
- 5 trips to the super bowl, won 3 and is a game away from another SB appearance.
- 17-6 for his career in the postseason, which is the most wins by a QB in history.


Maybe it's just me but it's abundantly clear QB #1 is not all that.
Brady's stats are like a combination of Montana's wins and Elway's appearances. I will never see a quarterback as good as him play for the Pats again, what a boss.

It was poetic justice that Brady got that record on the same weekend that Manning choked again, and tied for most playoff losses. For one day at least, ESPN will have to shut the hell up about Peyton and slurp on Brady.

I don't know how many times people need to see exactly what happened with their teams happen before they get it.

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