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  1. PATRIOT64

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    I thought I would waste a post considering the stupid ones posted earlier today about players made out of glass.

    If Morris,Maroney and Watson are made of glass then Brady is made out of Fiberglass.

    Sure he gets rocks thrown at him at times but he bends and does not break or shatter and only gets scratched up a bit ...much like most well made fiberglass.

    O.K. Enough of the stupidity

    On to Miami.... ;)
     
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    He's more like a piece of old chewing gum. You find him under the restaurant table, put him in your mouth, he still tastes delicious wait, what?....you tricked me into saying that....!!!!
     
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    Teflon steel. Maybe Adamantium. You know the fictional metal covering Wolverine's skeleton in the X-Men which is supposed to be the hardest material in the world. Boy, am I a geek.
     
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    Remind me to never ask you to meet me at a restaurant for grub Wildo :eek:

    and BTW - Never use the words "put him in your mouth" in ANY forum on the internet - at least ones suitable for all audiences ;)
     
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    I dunno really. There were a couple of times I felt that the second Brady got touched he wilted. Actually alarmed me. Maybe I was too nervous and read too much into it. Made me think for a microsecond that he can be rattled. he seemed out of sorts. Did anyone else notice this today or am I way off base ?
     
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    #50 Jersey

    Tyvek, obviously.

    It might look like paper...
     
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    You are about as off base as your forum namesake as HC in 1990

    Besides the hit that really never came from Ware in the 2nd qwuarter,Brady stood pretty tall and statuesque in the pocket.

    Besides why get hurt and ruin the season?,just fall down or throw it out of bounds and move on to the next play
     
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    Sometimes it is better just to take the sack and not turn over the ball. After losing the ball for a TD, Brady might have been a little more cautious when he got him. The guy threw for 388 yards and 5 TDs. I'm not that worried.
     
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    That's fine. I guess I am not used to pressure on TB. Was very nervous until late in the game. I think it clouded my judgment.
     
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    i saw brady get helmet to helmet today, i saw him getting smashed under 300 pound d-linemen, i saw him get his legs, (especially knee areas) get taken from under him, and he still gets up, how the hell does that happen i have no idea, he seems like he can take any hit and actually get up, its almost ridiculous
     
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    How soon we all forget the pounding this guy has taken of the past 2 season!
     
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    Actually I am going to be worried about TB when he goes up against monster DLs and good linebackers like the upcoming games against Pittsburgh and Baltimore

    Theres no doubt he can get really injured in either of those two games if the OL has an off day - Those 2 DLs in particular on this years schedule are the toughest we will face this year and the play of the OL will be key to winning those games....Baltimore's DL scares me most-They are maniacs
     
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    Where you been the last 3-4 years? Or are you a clever stealth troll?

    Brady handles pressure, he's had to learn to. He may not get sacked as much as it almost feels he does, but he's been hit and harrassed and hurried his whole career. Our Oline is a tad inconsistent and still struggles with certain defenses. Still, at the end of the day, we win a lot more games than we lose in large part because he's going to the HOF.
     
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    He's like Gumby in a helmet.
     
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