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Old 02-18-2013   #6
Double Barrel
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Default Re: elite is spelled B-R-A-D-Y

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Originally Posted by Texecutioner View Post
Tom Brady has the best post season record in NFL history if I"m not mistaken. He has been to more SB's then any other QB other then John Elway and has more rings then Elway. Add that to the tons of other records he has, and if you weren't calling him elite until now then there has clearly been some sort of hate you've had for the guy or some non objective bias against him. He has also played in several different systems throughout his entire career.

ANd as far as his numbers declining, that isn't true either. He had arguably his best season this year other then his season where he threw for 50 TD's. He had a better season this year then he did the year before.
yep. No matter how you want to measure him, personal records, NFL records, championship rings, playoff records, come from behind victories, whatever, dude easily compares to his contemporaries, and in the big picture, compares to the greatest QBs in the history of the league. The only guy that I would put ahead of him is Joe Montana. JMO
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