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  1. Ice_Ice_Brady

    Ice_Ice_Brady Rookie

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    Moss said in an interview before he came to New England that the one QB he's most like to play for is Tom Brady.

    Moss (yesterday): "I've always had a saying that if Peyton Manning has his wide receivers, why can't Tom Brady have his?"

    Does anyone else get the feeling that Moss has always been that "Patriot homer" who has stood up for Tom during the Manning/Brady debates?

    Maybe he spends his time on message boards, typing away (like us) about how Brady is constantly undervalued... I can just see it now... Moss talking to a Colts homer under an anonymous screen name, getting frustrated at their refusal to see logic, and calling his agent to demand a trade :singing:
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    I agree.
    He also said
    "Coach Belichick is a helluva coach, if not the greatest ever, and I really mean that,"

    "He doesn't let us get too ahead of ourselves. That's one thing that I really love and really like about Coach - because we can come out here and put 48 points up but he is still going to lay a couple lashings on us when we get in [to meetings]."
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    yea, i dotn see the negatives of moss...not at all...lol, and we still havnt come to the point where brady had to force throws to Moss...LOL

    btw, after his TD, moss saluted, and i loved it, LOL

    wtu now TO?
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    Now, that's no good. Just what the hell kind of saying is that? Over the span of history, it doesn't begin to rival gems like, "The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting" (Sun Tsu) or "Divorcing a man because you don't love him is almost as stupid as marrying one because you do." (Zsa Zsa Gabor)
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    Wildo7 Totally Full of It

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    yeah you're right, I mean, I can't think of many day to day situations where that saying comes in handy. I guess if he's out making it rain instead of saying "when in Rome" maybe he just says, "Peyton Manning has his receivers, why can't Tom Brady have his?" seems a little verbose.
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    best trade ever in the NFL..

    i kinda think brady forces some throws to moss.. but its all good.. i cant complain..
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