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    Heard the interview.. Surprise!!!!
     
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    What a stud! The dude is the best QB in the game today, has the hottest wife, playing on the best team and coached by the GOAT coach.

    Of course he gets help, isnt that what coaches are there for? If your trying to do it all yourself then your doing it wrong (manning).
     
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    Tom Brady might be the classiest superstar athlete I can remember in recent times. The only misstep I can recall Brady making, ever, was pre Superbowl vs the Giants and scoffing at Plaxico's predictions that the Pats would score 17 points (or was it 20...?) either way, Brady's reaction as cringe worthy. Only time I can ever recall Brady stepping outside the Patriots circle of discipline.

    The boy is solid!
     
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    I have the Greatest Head Coach in the history of the game, but screw that I don't need his stinkin' help. I'll just do what Manning does do it on my own and loose to inferior teams year after year in the playoffs.

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    In fairness to Manning, he doesn't have much to work with in that department.
     
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    Brady is just putting on a clinic on being a top-of-the-line professional, whether it's on the field or with the media.
     
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    Brady is having a fantastic season and who wouldn't want Belichick's input? The guy is a genius.
     
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    Actually what Rex said is the reason why Brady is the best QB. He is already an all pro QB. He has 3 SB's. He's a first ballot HOF'er. And yet even at this stage in his career he fully embraces the Pats coaching and tirelessly works to improve his game in all areas.
     
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    of course brady has help from belly because bb is known for his offensive acumen,:rolleyes: but manning has been coached since he was 5 years old as how to be an nfl qb.
     
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    Right now, yeah. But Tony Dungy was a great coach. They would've won another ring if Manning wasn't such an ******* during his years in Indy.
     
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    Anyone here rather have Jim Caldwell as their coach? Didn't think so.
     
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    If Manning gets credit for being the "de facto" OC, he can't double dip and also be considered better because his coach sucks. People say he runs the offense and calls all the plays, so theoretically Caldwell doesn't even influence his on-field work and performance.
     
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    Manning would probably be able to get help from Caldwell if Caldwell didn't actually die four years ago and wasn't a pure product of the local Indianapolis taxidermist.
     
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    So just because he is praising Vick while criticizing Manning there is inherent racism in the column? Wow..
     
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    I'd prolly take Wrecksie over Caldwell....but that would be a toss up
     
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