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  1. rlcarr

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    2012 Super Bowl: Tom Brady's amazing memory gives N.E. Patriots mental advantage - ESPN Boston

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    Shouldn't that read 'Hoyer on Brady's memory'.
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    Reiss on Hoyer on Brady's memory.
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    That is such a cool insight. Explains a lot, really.
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    This was a good article.
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    let me know if there's a link to girl on girl on reiss on hoyer on brady's memory.
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    Well played, good sir.
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    Brady is known for his film work, I'm sure he watches games over and over and over again and it gets burned into his memory. Especially the bad plays of any game.
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    one thing I think it underlines is his confidence and cool head at all times during the game.
    if he was getting all confused, panicked, flustered, or whatever, I doubt he'd have clear memories of those plays.
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    But Peyton gestures at the line, that makes him smarter:eek:
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    Hey, anyone that can do the Chicken Dance that well is obviously a genius and a frequent guest at a Holiday Inn Express!
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    And there are some people that don't believe Tom Brady will be driven by revenge on Sunday.

    lol
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    Exactly which does not make sense. Anybody who does not think that this team is motivated by revenge has no clue about what it is to be competitive and Brady is the most competitive person I ever heard of.
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    TB sounds like the Bobby Fischer of QB's, minus the psychosis.

    Fischer remembered every move of his 980+ games and every game he ever analyzed as well. Ate slept and breathed chess.

    Nice read, the player insights have been pretty fascinating this week. tnx for the post ric.:)
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    It's sort of a QB version of the Icky Shuffle. :rolleyes:
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    [​IMG]

    :p
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    There ya go..... even a blind man can see where Seyton got the idea..... :D
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    Another positive New England story for Superbowl week. I can't get enough of them!
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    Watching that makes me sick. I never liked any of those idiotic end-zone dances and don't understand what makes a grown man do it.

    Also super glad BB doesn't allow them.
    Last edited: Feb 4, 2012
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    BB allows dancing, plenty of players have done it here, the majority of our guys currently just put the team first and keep it to a minimum. Hernandez makes it rain, Gronk and TB spike, Branch takes a bow, woodhead sits on his ass, etc.
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