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  1. NEfan32

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    1. Indianapolis Colts Enough said
    2. Peyton Manning Like I said
    3. LT Classy, try making the playoffs, Classy haha
    4. Tony Romo Overrated. He is not even in the same class as Brady, but some people think so
    5. Terrell Owens As good as Randy Moss? My god.
    6. Ben Roethlisberger Steelers the darkhorse, yeah right.
    7. Shawne Merriman S-T-E-R-O-I-D-S
    8. Dallas Cowboys Maybe be the class of the NFC, but the middle pack of the AFC.
    9. Brett Favre Top 10 Ballwasher of all time. Come on, he is having a great season with a surprise team, but does anyone expect them to go anywhere? If he gets MVP over Brady that'd be ludacris.
    10. Eli Manning Takes after his bro.
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    I think you should remove the your Pats colored glasses, because spygate or no spygate, the Pats, Brady, Moss, the D, have been ballwashed too, and they maybe the top of your list.
    The Thing with the Pats this year is that they are generating a lot of media talk, and of course , part o it is bad, but this team has been praised to the skies also.
    If I was a fan of other teams I would feel nauseated actually from the media double standards, on one hand they attack the Pats for being "Cheaters", on the other hand , they are making them to be the best thing since peanut butter and jelly.
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    Yeah, but unlike the other ballwashed ones, the Pats deserve it. They have been blowing out opponents, and they are the best offensive team of alltime right now
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    Yeah, don't throw stones in glass houses. When Madden says Brady is playing better than Montana ever did, true or not, that's high praise.
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    I only have a couple of disagreements, and you're welcome to your opinion but:

    - I actually like Tony Romo, I don't think he's as good as Brady but he's a damn good player and he's not an a-hole like Peyton or LT.

    - Brett Favre, yeah I hate how the media ballwashes him constantly, but he has no control over that, I think he's a pretty classy guy. And I wouldn't be terribly offended if he won the MVP, because to me the MVP is they guy most valuable to his team and the Packers record would probably be reversed if it wasn't him under center. Now of course the Pats wouldn't go as far without Brady either, but I feel with all the surrounding talent and the D they'd still be a playoff team without Brady. I doubt anyone could make a compelling case that the Packers would be without Favre.
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    Why is Terrell Owens not comparable to Moss? He's putting up big numbers like Moss and he doesn't have Brady throwing to him. So either Romo isn't overrated like you say or T.O. isn't overrated like you day.
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    Surprised you brought up the STEROIDS issue.......
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    Your spelling is what's ludicrous.
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    So you take all of the good QBs in the league, except for one, and trash them. Have you got a safety pin sticking up your anus?
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    You all do relise that the Media Ball washes who ever is going to get them Ratings. For the record the Pats just did start getting there balls washed by them and they will stop as soon as (if) the Pats lose but they will never stop with the colts and manning cause they give them sound bites to use and Brady and the Pats don't
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    that's non sense, because the Cowboys also deserve it, they are playing good entertaining football and they are 10-1. The Pack are back and that is a great story for the NFL when one of their founding franchises is good, and Brett Favre is playing out of his mind at age 38, add to that how young their team is. The Colts are indeed intriguing, and they remind me of the Pats when they were struggling with injuries.

    so all these are great stories, and the fact that the media is emphasizing that is not ballwashing, it a deserved praise.
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    I've read LOTS of Ted Ginn ballwashing here this season.
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    Well we've had our fair share of ballwashing for the past seven years, so I don't understand the angst. Some people get so hot under the collar because of what talking heads say on the box.

    And to think that the Cowboys would be a middle of the pack AFC team is smacks of ignorance or jealousy (of the attention, not the team). Pittsburg, SD, Denver, KC, Indy and Tennessee have all been very inconsistent.
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    Hey, some kid on espn is washing Brady's balls. Go figure.
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    I haven't heard Romo mentioned in the same class as Brady from the media or television.

    Favre has been having a magnificent season. Brady is the MVP and I think it would be pathetic if he didn't get it but don't take anything away from Favre. I think the praise he has gotten is well deserved.

    Quit talking out of your ass. The Pats are the most ballwashed team regardless of the fact that they are amazing.
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    Ludicrous. Ludacris is a rapper.

    Eli Manning takes after his brother? In what way? Certainly not in passing skills or leadership or talent.
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    perhaps whining?
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    Totally agreed. It's ludicrous to consider Terrell Owens overrated.
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