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  1. JSn

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    NFL.com news: Playing mistake-free at the heart of Brady's tear

    Nice little article. Sadly, I think the bullseye is back.

    My favourite bit:
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    In the Post Moss Offense, it's not anytime it's everytime. Everytime the Pats' O takes the field, they have a mismatch, and the key is a healty Branch.

    Branch's ability to just get open, no matter what, has been the difference in the O over tha last 5-6 games. Teams refuse to double him and he kills them, when they do double him 3 other guys are open and Branch never whines about not getting the ball.

    Lovely.
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    I know we have been saying for the past few years, Tom Brady is probably the greatest QB of all time....and it seem now that the rest of the league and fans are finally starting to see how amazing this guy is...and the due respect is finally coming around.

    About time.
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    He's seeing the field a lot better now. It's pretty rare these days that you see Brady passing up opportunities to hit open receivers. That kind of stuff was happening as recently as Week 2 against the Jest.

    Bottom line: He's playing the position probably as well as is humanly possible right now.

    I'll echo the other sentiments here and say that Brady, even during an "off-season" still has amazing TD-INT ratios. It would have been nice for people to realize Brady's greatness before Manning's dropoff, but eh, I'll take it.
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    Pretty good for a guy that was not ever going to get over his fear of getting his knee hit again.
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    Yeah, I used to love reading the comparisons with Carson Palmer. :rolleyes:
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    did anyone else read the title and think this was a thread about Brady crying?
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    No, no. His line gives him 7 seconds on every play and he never ever has to make a difficult throw.

    At least that's what I hear from Colts fans...
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    I know. Fans on the Redskins board were annoyed when CBS switched coverage from the game because they wanted to see the Tom Brady Show.

    It's awesome. Oh, there's always a Belicheat comment or two, but the good outweighs the bad.
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