Was Brady-to-Moss the best Pats play EVER?

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  1. richpats

    richpats Banned

    I guess history will judge it better than today, but IMO that play was one of the greatest I've seen in NFL history, just the impact it had on the record books and the game itself....not to mention that it was right after a botched long pass play.

    BTW for those thinking of Adam's kicks, those were great but either he made it or he didn't - the TD throw was simply astonishing!
  2. Lampshade

    Lampshade Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    During this era it comes in at #2 on my list of plays that made me jump up and down the most.

    #1 Ty Law INT TD in 2001 superbowl.
    #2 Last night
    #3 Brady to Brown in OT vs Miami in 2003.

    AVs kicks were obviously huge, but none of them were as unexpected as the above 3. Perhaps the Oakland kick should be in there, but I was too exhausted to jump up and down at that point.
  3. PatsFanSince74

    PatsFanSince74 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

    i agree that the pass was a moment that i will never forget, but i disagree with you and still put Number Four's kicks in the snow bowl and SB XXXVI ahead of it.
  4. richpats

    richpats Banned

    I tend to judge by replays, as in how many times I can watch it over and over again. I've watched that pass 20 times in a row, still gives me the chills!
  5. richpats

    richpats Banned

    I guess I don't consider a FG attempt a "play" in the true sense of the word. Definitely the best "moments" in Pats history though.
  6. Lifer

    Lifer Banned

    What last nights play meant to me was that it was a statement that "this is how great we are, and this is what we are going to do"

    it was a Bradshaw to Stallworth or Montana to Rice moment, no less than that.

    It signified that should the Patriots win it all, their dynasty at the very least equals the Steelers and 49ers dynasties, and at 19-0 they would be worthy of being called the greatest team ever.
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