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Old 06-03-2004   #1
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I think he needs atleast 1 more superbowl chamionship to secure a lock
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I don't want them to win ANOTHER SB so I hope not.

Still I think he's got something special going; I think he'll be a strong contender for the HOF and I think, right now, he's the best QB in the NFL.
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Brady has a lot left in him, time will tell. Jim Plunkett is the Guy that needs to be in the HOF!
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As far a being in the hall of fame, he is on the right track. In this era, he needs to get a few more Pro Bowl Appearances and put up some more yardage. As long as he stays healthy in his career and is solid the rest of the way, it would be hard not to put him in.
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he definitely has to put up some more yardage like Cap said. Still a little too early in my opinion, what is he, 26?
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He's young. If they keep the team good around him he could very well win more SB's.

The guy is just a winner.
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All I know is has helped the NFL put some drama back in the Super Bowl.
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Maybe Trent Dilfer should be given some consideration?

Brady doesn't have to win another Super Bowl. He just needs to remain consistant with his numbers. If not for Drew Bledsoe coming off the bench in the '02 AFC Championship game, Brady only has 1 Super Bowl (which would put him on the same level as Brad Johnson, Trent Dilfer, etc.).

So is Brady just a good fit on a great team? Or is he better than his above average career QB rating of 85.9 indicates?

But the Hall of Fame has proven in the past that they're willing to elect team members of dynasties regardless of what their stats show.
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Jim Plunkett is the Guy that needs to be in the HOF!
Jim Plunkett? The guy was just plan bad prior to going to Oakland. He just doesn't have the consistency to get in IMO.
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At this point, Brady just has to put up consistent numbers for about 10 years (about 7 more) and he will go into the HoF. He has more rings than Favre at this point. He is a team leader. He has a good QB rating. What else do you want?
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I think Brady is on his way! In his 1st playoff game vs Oakland. Brings his team from behind in the 4th and in over time in a blizzard. He has a very strong arm against the wind too.Then against the Rams in the 1st Super Bowl. Just when it look like the Rams where getting momentum he snuffs it out with a last minute drive. 2nd Super Bowl against Panthers. With DB`s Wilson and Harrison out for the Pats in the 4th. Alot of pressure knowing if he didn`t score the Panthers would score again. (for all you people out there who are complaining about Panthers kicker giving the Pats the ball on the 40 there were also 2 major penalties on that drive too!) Drove the team on a last sec drive again!Saw Brady in person for the 1st time against the Texans which by the way the Texans gave the Pats a "Gimme" he had a 4th and goal with 40 sec to go and scored to send it to OT. Brady loves to play under pressure.Watching Brady on NFL Network when they break down his passing plays. He looks like NEO of the Matrix when Neo figured out the Matrix. Its hard to believe he is only in his 4th yr. I could be wrong but he could be the youngest QB to win a Super Bowl on the last drive of the game and MVP. He also has a Super Bowl record with 32 Completions in a Super Bowl Game. Now he has a running back Cory Dillon. The table is set. Have to see it play out. Remember funny things have happen. Nothing is written in Stone.
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