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  1. BigMike

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    Tom, we miss you and cant wait to see you play again next season. We have been blessed to have you as the QB of The Patriots since 2001.

    Watching your replacement try and lead this team makes me appreciate your acheivements all that much more.
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    WE MISS YOU TOMMy!!!!
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    See you in 2009!
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    i say that to my friends all the time..wow i appreciate brady a million times more now after seeing how much of a difference he makes..he is the ultimate QB & a leader on & off the field..see you soon tom terrific!!! haha
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    I'm sure the oline misses him too. Pocket presence and awareness, the ability to step up and let the pressure go right by you. Oh yes, I'm sure they miss him very much.
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    Patriot Place Should be renamed Brady Place. THis guy has made BB, Pioli and Kraft look great, and helped them make a lot of money over the past several years.
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    By the end of the year even the homers will admit its all been Brady.
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    Lol. This thread is hilarious. I bet Tom's sitting at home reading our posts just smiling at all the kind words:rolleyes:
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    What you all fail to realize is this team likely would have gotten him killed sooner or later this season... Some of us have been trying to point that out for some time now. Tommy's had nights like this, how quickly you all forget.

    Hopefully his welcome back gift from BB will be a functional OL.
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    I second that - enough with the Giants pressure up the middle routine that we still cant stop.
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    This thread should stay on the front page for ever.
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    Has Tom done any interviews or talked to the media after the injury? I live in California so obviously I don't have as much exposure, but since he went down I haven't heard him do any interviews or seen him at any games.

    Anyway, get well Tom, the team is not the same without you... as you can see. :mad:
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    :ditto: This OL needs a serious overhaul and every Sunday I'm starting to be more and more relieved Brady isn't here. His body's had enough abuse even when our OL was playing pretty tight, I was thrilled he survived the SB but this season-there's no way he would've made it all the way through anyway. The way this OL's been playing he was an injury waiting to happen no matter what.
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    Amen. Tom Brady is the F'ing man, and most everyone must realize it by now.
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    Yep, Tom Brady is the man,and we all are more aware of that fact than ever..I will say though.. Cassel has been sacked 19 times already this season..more than any other QB in the league I believe..O line definitely has some serious issues.
    I hope this isn't to tabloid-ish..but I googled Tom to see if there was any recent news of him..this came up,it says the pics are from thursday..looks like hes already walking after surgery..heal fast Tom!
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    Thanks for posting that picture. That baby is sooo cute. He looks just like his dad. :D If the pic is from Thursday, he is indeed a quick healer, but I thought that he would be on crutches for awhile.
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    Maybe he has a knee brace or some sort of cast that he can walk with??? who knows..
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    With this set of weapons and offensive line, Brady turned out one of the best offenses in the history of the game. And that's no knock on Cassel, but I think you're overcompensating if you are comparing - for instance - one of Brady's yearly stinkers (which he's had every year save for last season) to the inability of the offense to put up points last nite.

    Not much has changed from last season. Neal's absent, but he missed half the games last year anyway. Have Koppen, Kazcur & Mankins regressed? Doubtful. It's just more likely its noticeable now. And its also likely that it would be a lot less noticeable if Tom Brady were healthy. Its no knock on Cassel, just a praise of Brady.
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