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  1. thenepatsrule

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    Congrats BB and TB you guys are tied with DON SHULA and MARINO for the most wins by a COACH-QB combo :rocker::rocker:

    (of course you also have lost less number of games than them)
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    Re: Congratulations to the best COAC-QB tandem in NFL history

    Yes congratulations indeed. It made me feel so good to see Brady screaming after that final TD! :D so ******* happy
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    It's been an honor watching these guys here for so long. It'd only be fitting if they can at least one more superbowl win!


    TFB + BB = GOAT TANDEM AWESOMESS FTW!!!!!!!!!!
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    they did it with about 30 less losses than their predecessors. congrats.
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    They will break the record in two weeks!
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    On a slight tangent, Brady has just overtaken Turnpike Vinny on the all time TD's list. He's now only 13 behind Johnny Unitas and 14 behind Warren Moon.
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    Brady trolls get worse and worse..

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    #12 Jersey

    Who posted this and where ?
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    When he came in for the last drive, he looked incredibly focused.. and he did what he does best. We are truly lucky to have this guy.. the greatest field general of all time.
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    #12 Jersey

    the person who created that particular thread is a complete jerk....
    On the other hand here is a pearl of wisdom from a cowboys fan posted on cowboys-zone
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    Who cares what the Brady haters say? If anyone is actually trying to argue that Brady is not a great QB after all he has done over the years then they are a total idiot about football. Their opinions on it have no value.
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    I agree. 10 char
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    That's the first time I've read someone accuse a player of choking after a win.
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    As we all know, he's at least the 33rd best player in the NFL. :rolleyes:
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    And a lot fewer losses. Congrats TB and BB!!
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    So now he's a bad QB because he knows that he can count on his D to make a stop? The 3 and out for Dallas came at about the 3:30 minute mark, if I remember correctly. That said, if the D held, they would have had approx. 1:30 left on the clock. The drive only took a little over 1:00, with time for huddles and clock killing. Yeah, I wish Romo was available. At least he knows how to milk a 5:00 clock, unlike our guy.
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    Is anyone else psyched that we got to see the much-maligned D make a must have 3 and out and THEN got to witness a 2-minute drill clinic with just 1 timeout?

    I mean instead of just the 2-minute clinic. I know I am.
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    In the 55 minute version of the game, Brady choked and the Pats lost. I guess that is the logic??

    In the 60 minute game of reality, Brady lead a great game winning drive and the Patriots won. If the games were 55 minutes the Cowboys would be 5-0.
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