We DO take Brady for granted

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  1. Drewwho

    Drewwho Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    Go around and read other opposing team forums and they are all talking about Brady! Including the Jets board. We are so spoiled with Brady. There is NOT one thread on this board dedicated to the solid play of Brady today. With anyone else at QB, this game could have been a loss. Seems like now the only thread dedicated to Brady are when he has bad body language or when the Pats lose. That is just a shame. PLEASE realize what you are witnessing here in NE. These guys just do not come around often. We have the modern day Montana and sure future HOFer.

    Yeah, we do take Brady for granted!!!!! ...what a shame!

    He is just so poised and calm in the postseason it is scary. Look at the other QB performances from yesterday, including the Messiah Manning...All looked unnerved and cautious. However, Brady just does what he has to do and gets the 'W'.
    Last edited: Jan 7, 2007
  2. TomBrady'sGoat

    TomBrady'sGoat 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    i realize what we have every time i watch another team. "brady makes that throw." "Brady would have thrown that one away." "Brady steps away from that sack."

    what do you want us to say? the fact that every screenname i have on every football message board involves his name seems like a proper tribute
  3. The Predator

    The Predator Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    You may take Brady for granted, but there are a lot of us who do not.
  4. 5 Rings for Brady!!

    5 Rings for Brady!! In the Starting Line-Up

    I suppose that some people might take him for granted. He is my favorite football player ever. I will never take him for granted. Steve Grogan and many other former players were wonderful, but didn't get the job done ultimately, and that little bit extra makes Brady special to me beyond words.

    My heart is heavy seeing the way he is often surrounded by a mediocre offensive line and below average WRs or RBs. But that is my opinion. He would have won championships with the 1976-1978 Pats, IMO. Or the 1985 Pats or 1996 Pats, IMO.

    I think he is a once in a lifetime player for most franchises, a modern day Joe Montana.

    I want him to succeed every game because he is still overlooked and underrated by the media and the rest of the fans around the country. He is what the Pro Bowl was invented for, yet he is carefully shunned around the country by media and fans alike.

    I think that he is overcoming more these last two seasons than any other QB in the game today, from mediocre protection, to taking a beating and playing with gruesome injuries, to unfamiliar and average WRs, to constant coaching changes. When I say overcoming, I mean getting to the playoffs and still being competitive despite the bullseye on his back, and despite the shortcomings of his team at different positions. He seems able to work with virtually ANYBODY on offense and field a competitve team. He could be put on almost any offense in the league today and make the team decent. Even when the Pats are terrible on defense, he keeps the team in the game. Just look at 2002 and 2005 (first three quarters of the season). He played good both those seasons.
  5. JoeSixPat

    JoeSixPat Pro Bowl Player

    Not that Brady's not an all-around great QB - but its the no-huddle where Brady really seems to hit on all cylinders. This game is a perfect example of that.

    Understandibly, everyone has to be on the same page for the no huddle to work and it was much to our frustration that we saw so much less of the no huddle in the regular season - but now, it seems like that Patriots and Brady are peaking at exactly the right time.
  6. BruschiOnTap

    BruschiOnTap On the Game Day Roster

    Who on this website takes Brady for granted? Does anyone here NOT have a heart-attack every time he runs the ball? Does anyone here want Bled-so instead? NO. Brady is a godsend. Anyone who don' reckanize is an effin' idiot
  7. The Predator

    The Predator Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    or a dolphins and jets fan.
  8. cstjohn17

    cstjohn17 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    I don't know if we do or not, really more of an individualist opinion. IMO he is unbelievable, a true leader and champion.

    Great win today, a complete team effort. The teams best players Brady, Seymour, Colvin, Vrabel, Samuel and the whole O Line were awesome.

    Savour it, these are the glory days. Great, great win.

    Go Pats!
  9. mr3putt

    mr3putt 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    Take him for granted...Hell I already sent my check to the Brady for President 2112 campaign.

    Brady is GOD
  10. kurtinelson

    kurtinelson In the Starting Line-Up

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    I watched the game with a few friends. On the TD pass play to Graham we agreed that that kind of play from Brady is why the Patriots have won 3 Super Bowls. Graham was drew double coverage. It was a huge play in the game at the time.
  11. MrBigglesWorth

    MrBigglesWorth Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    Brady is just awesome. He leads and everyone listens. Everybody wants a tough leader on their team and for the pats they have their best player at the top position and it all trickles down.
  12. BruschiOnTap

    BruschiOnTap On the Game Day Roster

    See??? Nobody with a brain takes Brady for granted... sure he's set the bar pretty highly, but it seems we feel fortunate enough watching him play for any team, let alone the Pats...

    in the case that anyone has forgotten how much we depend on Brady, you'd better read this thread and watch some Classic games. He's the real deal and then some...
  13. PatsWickedPissah

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    Speak for yourselves. I have never taken Brady for granted from day one. Yes, he's had bad games and made bad decisions but there is nobody better in the game today. He'll have to finish his career for me to decide if he's the best ever.

    I remember the era of the fanatical Bledsoe Krishnas trashing Brady and lobbying for The Statue to be put back in as the starter.
  14. Fanfrom1960

    Fanfrom1960 In the Starting Line-Up

    Brady is the best killer instinct, win the big games QB now, as Joe Montana was in the 80s. And, as with Tom now, back then everyone expected Joe to always play outstandingly well and lead the 49ers to victory. That's the way it is with all time great players. You do tend to assume they're going to do their part, and then you hope enough other players come through to create a win for the team. I guess it is kind of taking Tom for granted, but it doesn't mean we don't appreciate him to the max.
  15. Boston Jay

    Boston Jay 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

    I always tell my mom, "thank God we have Brady" when I get to see him play.

    If Brady runs for Senator of MA I will definitely move back just to vote. lol
  16. BumShady911

    BumShady911 Banned

    Brady ain't no f***ing Montana tell me please when in the playoffs has Brady thrown a game winning TD REAL REAL late in the game???? Like Montana did to Clark vs Cowboys known as "the catch"???? Tell me...no he hasn't all he does is dump the ball off to RBs or TEs and hope they get YAC so that he can suck some more and then get the FG kicker to save his ass since he can't punch it in to the endzone when those SBs are tied. Thank John Kasey for kicking the ball out of bounds that let your precious Brady only have to go from the 40 to the other side at the 30 for a FG kick wow 30 yards wow and against the Rams wow he was moving downfield and then he intentionally grounded the ball but of course the golden boy didn't get penalized for it no way when he fumbles to seal the win for the other team they overturn the fumble when it was a blatant fumble Bradys postseason started like Romo's he choked Walt Coleman saved his career when he overturned his own call and then he saved the Pats again vs Indy when he never threw 1 flag all day while the Pats secondary cheated the Colts.

    have a nice day CHAMP BAILEY and Denver OWNS THE GOLDEN BOY talk about choking away a win Pats about to take the lead against the Broncos and Brady the Messiah throws a pick into Champs hands...IN THE ENDZONE that results in a runback and then a Denver TD on the next play to seal the win for the Broncos WOW what a choke wow.
    Last edited: Jan 8, 2007
  17. BumShady911

    BumShady911 Banned


    Wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh im a Pats fan i want everything with sugar on it WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH the offensive line sucks even though brady was sucked like 10 times during the year and ever year WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
  18. Kasmir

    Kasmir Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Without a doubt the most pathetic, infantile post of the year.
  19. Patriot_in_NY

    Patriot_in_NY Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    I bet that will make Champ feel better, as he sits on his ***** and WATCHES the playoffs and dreams about ONE SB ring.

    I'll give Denver it's props though, they are the ONLY team that has managed to BEAT the Patriots (ONE TIME) when it counts (in the playoffs) in the last 5 years. Of course, all that means nothing right now for us, as we're still focused on this years games.

    Don't worry dude, minu camps will start in a few months, until then take up knitting or something to pass the time. Have a nice OFF-SEASON Bwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.
    Last edited: Jan 8, 2007
  20. Drewwho

    Drewwho Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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