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Brady and Manning from HOF QBs' Perspective

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  1. Wildo7

    Wildo7 Totally Full of It

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    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=garber_greg&id=3088115

    Jim Kelly, fresh from an elk-hunting expedition in New Mexico, is sitting in the Buffalo Bills' media room in Orchard Park, N.Y., when, almost imperceptibly, his eyes narrow.

    "You're a coach," the interviewer begins, "you're playing in the Super Bowl …"

    Kelly, who has been gamely answering questions about Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, was always a quick study, even against the NFL's best defenses.

    "Nice try," the former Bills quarterback says, laughing. "I'm not going to answer your question -- even before you ask it."
     
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    homergreg Practice Squad Player

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    So this article makes me ponder. Would you pick any of those 4 QB's over Brady or Manning? I sure wouldn't. It shows me how great is that both teams have these guys. Young is in my book ahead of the other 3, but Manning and Brady thriving in the salary cap era is a thing to behold.
     
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    Yeah that's a good point. I'd also probably take Brett Favre over any of those four. IMO those are amongst the bottom of HOF QBs though.
     
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    "Between them, they've won four of the past six Super Bowls. One of them is likely to make it five of seven, which probably will skew the argument in favor of the winner -- at least for a year."

    This is one of the more idiotic comments you'll ever come across.

    Here, try this one:

    "The Jets and Steelers are two of the greatest franchises. Between them, they have won six Super Bowls. One of them is likely to make it seven. Which will probably skew the argument in favor of the winner."
     
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